In over two decades of reporting on personal finance — talking to real people about their real money — our CEO and co-founder Jean Chatzky realized that contrary to public opinion when it comes to money, women are different. Maybe not in the investments we need to own, but in how we view money and want to use money to create change … in our own financial lives, the lives of the people we love and in the world. We’re also different in the way we want to communicate about it. It’s when we’re with other women that we’re inspired to change. HerMoney.com — with its daily content, newsletters and podcasts — is the result. We are your judgment-free zone for all things financial. And we are focused on changing our relationships with money… one woman at a time.
ABOUT HERMONEY MEDIA
HerMoney is a new digital media company focused on improving the relationships women have with money. Our mission is to level the playing field for financial security, confidence and power with content that is welcoming, thought-provoking, bold, unbiased and always smart. We deliver the curated information women need to manage our money so we can focus on our lives. Please watch the video below to see Jean’s welcome video.
HERMONEY IS COMMITTED TO
- Providing you with quality, curated, lingo-free financial information and guidance.
- Keeping you current about the goings-on in the world that affect your wallet.
- Leveling the playing field for financial security, confidence and power.
- Being inspiring, welcoming, stress-reducing, thought-provoking, bold (and more than occasionally sassy), cool, ahead of the trends and smart, smart, smart.
Jean Chatzky, CEO and co-founder of HerMoney, is the financial editor of NBC’s “Today” show, the best-selling author of 11 books, an award-winning magazine columnist and the host of the “HerMoney” podcast. She was also an English major in college. Through decades of reporting on personal finance, she learned that a) the jargon-filled speak of the financial industry was created (largely by men) to sell you stuff you don’t need, and b) if you eliminate the jargon there is absolutely no rocket science to money. She knows that a full, successful financial life is within every woman’s grasp — and with the HerMoney team, she’s on a mission to help you get it. Find her @JeanChatzky on Twitter.
MEET THE TEAM
Kathryn Tuggle is HerMoney’s Editor-in-Chief. Over the last 15 years, she’s written and edited for Inc. Magazine, Fast Company, FoxBusiness, TheStreet, The Wall Street Journal, and many others. Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Kathryn was raised by a family of savers who grew their own food and turned thrift store shopping into an art form. Kathryn is proud to call New York City home, but gets back down south as often as she can for Alabama football and front porch gossip. In her free time, she’s actively involved with the Native American Journalists Association and enjoys practicing yoga. Find her on Twitter and Instagram @KathrynTuggle.
Katie Doyle is the head of content for HerMoney. She lives in sunny South Florida with her family. When she’s not hitting up Lilly Pulitzer sales, she loves taking trips on credit cards points — she just went to Aruba and Grand Cayman with her family for free using rewards. Ask her how. You can find her on Twitter and Instagram @KatisLafevis.
Kelly Hultgren is co-founder and head of partnerships for HerMoney, and the producer of the HerMoney podcast. Catch her weekly in the show’s fan-favorite Mailbag segment, in which she and Jean discuss listeners’ questions. She loves making money almost as much as she loves spending it — and she’ll never tell you not to buy the latte. Follow her on Twitter @kellyhultgren and on Instagram @kellyhultg.
David Wieder, president and co-founder of HerMoney, brings over 25 years’ experience as a startup founder, CEO, advisor, consultant and strategist in the fields of socially responsible investment, nonprofits, foundations, and start-up companies. During his tenure as CEO and co-founder of Domini Impact Investments, the company grew from less than $250 million to over $2 billion in assets under management. After retiring from Domini, he ran Committed Capital, a private investment and management consulting firm and sits on the board of Washington Montessori School and chairs the finance committee at the W. O’Neil Foundation. David holds a bachelor’s degree from Cornell University. He lives in Sherman, Connecticut, with his wife Jane and two children. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @dwieder.