Michelle Singletary at 02/27/2010 Economic Empowerment Meeting

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Michelle Singletary, nationally syndicated columnist at The Washington Post, gave a speech at an economic empowerment meeting on February, 27th 2010. If you love Susie Ormond, Dave Ramsey, or Clark Howard….. You will love this sista’. Be improved ! This is the full presentation. Michelle Singletary is a nationally syndicated columnist for The Washington Post. Her column, “The Color of Money” is an award-winning column, which is now carried in more than 100 newspapers across the country including the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “The Power to Prosper, 21 Days to Finanical Freedom book is on sale now; obtain your copy!

n 2003, she published her first book, “7 Money Mantras For A Richer Life: How To Live Well With The Money You Have (Random House). The paperback was retitled “Spend Well, Live Rich.”

Her second book, “Your Money and Your Man: How You and Prince Charming Can Spend Well and Live Rich” was released in January 2006, also published by Random House. The paperback was released in February 2007. Her third book, “The Power to Prosper: 21 Days to Financial Freedom,” was released in January 2010 by Zondervan, a HarperCollins company.

In January 2006, Singletary launched her first national television program “Singletary Says” on TV One, owned Radio One and Comcast. “Singletary Says” is a half hour personal finance reality show in which Singletary visits people in their homes to help resolve various financial issues. The second Season of Singletary Says debuted in November 2006. Following her second season, she hosted a personal finance special for TV One, “Real Estate Realties: When the Boom Goes Bust.” The special, which aired in 2008, focused on how the real estate crisis impacted the African-American community.

Singletary was a regular personal finance contributor for National Public Radio’s afternoon program “Day To Day.” Although NPR eliminated the program for budgetary reasons, you can still hear Singletary on various NPR shows including “All Things Considered,” “Talk of the Nation,” and “Tell Me More.” She is an AOL money coach having produced a series of workshops on love and money.

She is frequently asked to appear on local and national radio programs including the “Diane Rehm Show” and “The Yolanda Adams Morning Show.” She has appeared on all three major networks, NBC, ABC and CBS. She has prepared personal finance segments for local and national news programs, and for a number of network and nationally syndicated programs, including “Oprah,” “NBC’s Today Show,” “The Early Show on CBS,” “Nightline,” CNN, “The View,” and “Tavis Smiley” on PBS. She has appeared on “Meet The Press” and other national news programs, including CNN. In 2000, she was recruited as a regular contributor to do live financial segments for MSNBC.

For nearly a decade Singletary was also a regular contributor on Howard University’s evening news radio program, “Insight.” During the 1997-1998 television season, Singletary was a regular correspondent on BET’s “Real Business.” She has filled in for nationally syndicated radio host Clark Howard on his local program on the top-rated News-Talk 750 WSB in Atlanta.

Singletary also hosted her own radio call-in program on XM 169 The Power in 2007. Radio One programmed the African-American news/talk channel. Her personal finance program along with several others was cancelled after Radio One ended its relationship with XM Satellite Radio for business reasons.

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MrLeonNJ says:

I so miss her show.

Michael Smalls says:

Thank God she gives sound advice for people who want out of  debt. if you don't have the money don't buy anything. credits a demon that imposes slavery.

Angela Starks says:

Excellent advice financial awareness should be a mandatory high school general education course……

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