About the event
Personal finance icon Suze Orman says growing up gay gave her the strength she needed to break into the male-dominated world of investing. In honor of Pride Month, Suze will sit down with NextAdvisor to reflect on how her identity has shaped her views on building wealth and living a rich life. Plus, she’ll answer our readers’ money questions on saving and investing, buying a home, cryptocurrency, and more.
Adam Auriemma is a personal finance journalist and the former editor-in-chief of Money magazine. He has also been a deputy bureau chief at The Wall Street Journal, managing editor of The Daily Beast, and deputy editor of Fusion, a joint venture of Univision and ABC News. Teams working under Adam’s leadership have received the Gerald Loeb Award for Business and Financial Journalism, a National Association of Black Journalists Digital Media Commentary Award, and an Emmy nomination for Best Cultural/Topical Documentary.
Suze Orman is a bestselling author, motivational speaker and personal finance expert. She wrote ten consecutive New York Times bestselling books and has sold over 25 million copies around the world. Suze hosted the award-winning Suze Orman Show on CNBC for 13 years, and won two Emmys and eight Gracie Awards for her excellence in women-led cable programming. She was also the contributing editor for O, The Oprah Magazine and the Costco Connection Magazine. Suze has twice been named to the TIME 100, a list of the most influential people in the world.