Published On: Tue, Oct 20th, 2015

Brown Ambition Ep. 8: Make your credit jump like Jordan

Hosts Tiffany Aliche and Mandi Woodruff get together on this weekly podcast, Brown Ambition, to chat about about careers, business, building wealth and living in this brown skin.

  • Tiffany teaches Mandi the meaning of “project heat”.
  • How a teenage boy got a publisher to rewrite a chapter in his history book. #BrownAmbitionForReal
  • We tell you ALL you need to know about “Hood Smart,” a show that has us buzzing with brown pride.
  • BROWN BREAK: Mandi has some strong words for people spreading lies about Planned Parenthood.
  • It’s Halloween season and Tiffany makes a plea for the end of black face.
  • TIPS: We give you FIVE amazing strategies to make your credit score “Jump like Jordan” as Tiff says.
  • WINS: We introduce you to the woman who turned a school bus into a mobile financial literacy movement, The Finance Bar. She’s truly everything that Brown Ambition is all about.
  • Mandi has a special shoutout for Shonda Rhimes (and it has nothing to do with her TV shows!)

 

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Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche

Tiffany aka The Budgetnista, is America’s favorite financial educator and is often referred to as “The Black Suze Orman”. Tiffany is the bestselling author of The One Week Budget (#1 Amazon) and the creator of the Live Richer Challenge.
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- Tiffany aka The Budgetnista, is America’s favorite financial educator and is often referred to as “The Black Suze Orman”. Tiffany is the bestselling author of The One Week Budget (#1 Amazon) and the creator of the Live Richer Challenge.

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Did you know?

African Americans are significantly more likely to have some type of debt (94%) compared with the general population (82%). Credit card debt, student loan debt, and personal loans are all significantly higher in the African American community.

Source: Prudential’s 2013 "African American Financial Experience" study