LUVVIE AJAYI, IS STILL SHARING HER MONEY LESSONS

The New York Times best-selling author, advocate, blogger, TED speaker, award-winning writer, and now, podcaster, is still capturing the attention of many as at the time of the instant success of her 2016 best-selling book, I’m Judging You: The Do-Better Manual, a series of her thoughtful and witty essays that dished up some much-needed social commentary and called out bad behavior in our current culture.

Her straightforward and sassy voice attracted Oprah Winfrey, who selected her as part of the inaugural SuperSoul 100 list, and Shonda Rhimes, who in 2017 acquired the rights to Ajayi’s book in an effort to develop her first comedy series for cable TV.

Ajayi’s inspirational TED Talk on how to get comfortable with being uncomfortable has over 1 million views and counting. And recently, she also made headlines for co-creating blackwomeninpolitics.com, an online database of all the black women running for office in 2018.

She recently appeared on a TV show “MAKERS Money” series, who’s executive producer is Nancy Armstrong, alongside Yahoo Finance in partnership with Ellevest, featuring weekly advice for women from top female financial experts. On the show,  Ajayi shared some of her personal experiences with money and why it’s important to gain and improve money management skills.

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