Meet the Team
Common Cents, a new Clark.com series that makes money simple, so you can better understand and take control of your own financial life.
Shake Up Your Life: 30 Steps to Powerful Brilliant Living. She has earned honors for her contributions to women globally as host and executive producer of The Jennifer Keitt Show and the Today’s Black Woman Radio Show. In addition, Jennifer is a regular television contributor on HLN's Dr. Drew On Call and is founder of the non-profit Keitt Institute. Visit JenniferKeitt.com for more information.
money-saving expert who helps Americans find easy ways to live on less without radically changing their lifestyles. From smart spending tips to personal finance advice, Andrea transforms everyday consumers into savvy shoppers and super savers. As an established on-air contributor and sought after media source, she has appeared on hundreds of TV and radio shows, such as, Good Morning America, Today, CNN, FOX & Friends, MSNBC, Dr. OZ, and has been quoted in Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Money Magazine, ShopSmart, Forbes and more. When not being interviewed, Andrea is on the other side of the news desk writing compelling and timely news stories on topics that affect consumers in the wallet. Follow her on Facebook or Twitter for daily money tips.
How To Buy a House on Minimum Wage, an Amazon ebook. She is a low-income single mom of 3 kids who refuses to let poverty win. Follow her on Twitter @MissJKindle and on Instagram at jkindle4981 for more money-saving tips!
FightingChance.com, a national information service that’s helped over 130,000 consumers buy or lease a new vehicle for the lowest price. His latest book is a revised edition of Letting the Cat out of the Bag: How the Auto Industry "Redesigned" the Dealer Invoice Price When the Internet Arrived, available in paperback and Kindle versions.
The Recovering Spender, I tell my story of overspending - how I got my family into $40,000 of debt, what happened when I broke the news to my husband—and then I give you the step-by-step plan we used to become completely debt-free in 4 years.
JannetWalsh.com. She's also a Certified Life and Career Coach with training by Jay Block.
Capital Investment Advisors (CIA), and a partner at Wela, a digital financial advisory service. In 2014 and 2015, Barron’s Magazine named Wes as one of America’s top 1,200 Financial Advisors. Wes is also the editor and writer for About.com’s Financial Planning Blog, and contributes regularly to the Atlanta Journal Constitution. Wes has written several books including You Can Retire Sooner Than You Think- The 5 Money Secrets Of The Happiest Retirees, his latest book which has been a best seller in the retirement planning category. Contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org, @WesMoss365, or Facebook.com/wesmossmoneymatters.
Deals Editor for Clark.com. She enjoys saving money wherever possible and loves finding a great deal. Her favorite discount store is Nordstrom Rack, where she once bought something for $.01! Charis is also the author of TGIF Next Gen and lives with her husband and cat near Atlanta, GA.
Katy Wolk-Stanley, a.k.a. The Non-Consumer Advocate is a Portland, Oregon based RN and writer who describes herself as a utility bill scholar, library patron, laundry-hanger-upper and teenage boy wrangler. She’s been featured on The Today Show, The NY Times and The National Enquirer.
Kim is the Senior Producer and Screener for the Clark Howard Radio show. She also produces the Empowerment Zone segment for Clark which showcases inspiring people. Kim has been with Team Clark since 1998, and enjoys ping pong, photo booths and traveling anywhere a good deal takes her.
Liz spent several years working in the tourism and custom publishing industries before she decided to stay home with her three children. Liz graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame and currently lives with her family in Atlanta, Georgia. After learning countless invaluable lessons both as a mom and a stay-at-home parent, Liz now provides other moms with her tips, tricks and advice in a new ClarkHoward.com series "Moms and Money."
Lindsey Peacock is a writer, editor and American expat currently based in Toronto, Canada. When she isn’t writing about tech or finance topics, you’ll find her blogging, watching black-and-white movies or training her rambunctious husky puppy. Follow her on Twitter.
Modernize. She lives in Austin, Texas, where she writes full time.
PennyPinchinMom.com. She and her husband paid off more than $37,000 in debt in just 27 months. She now shares her strategies for creating a budget, getting out of debt and making the most of your money, to help others learn to do the same. She is a regular contributor to Credit.com and has appeared on Good Morning America, Forbes, The New York Times and US News & World Report.