I’ve spent my career in the corporate world, and getting my MBA taught me a great deal about corporate finance. But I’ve since discovered that my interests lie in personal finance, and my passion lies in teaching personal finance.

Most authors and experts in the personal finance community preach similar values of budgeting, thoughtful saving, and delayed gratification. Most also agree that one of the greatest assets is time.

I want to teach the basic principles of personal finance to high school and college students as well as recent college graduates because they have time on their side. Learning and following the basics of personal finance from a young age can lead to wise spending and saving which in turn opens up many possibilities down the road.