Nicole Lapin

America's go-to money expert Nicole Lapin is the only finance expert you don’t need a dictionary to understand. She got her start in the business world at age eighteen, reporting from the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange for First Business Network. Nicole went on to become the youngest anchor ever at CNN and then to claim the same title at CNBC, where she anchored the only global finance show on the network, Worldwide Exchange, while contributing financial reports to MSNBC and Today. She has served as a business anchor for Bloomberg TV and a special money correspondent for Entertainment Tonight. Nicole is currently the host of the nationally-syndicated business reality competition show Hatched and contributes regular financial reports to Good Morning America and The Dr. Oz Show, among others.

Nicole co-hosts a podcast on iHeartradio with the editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur Magazine, Jason Feifer, called “Hush Money” which tackles taboo money topics. Her new daily show “Money Rehab with Nicole Lapin” on iHeartRadio launches this April 5th.

Nicole’s first two books Rich Bitch, an instant NYT Bestseller, and Boss Bitch became hits with female audiences looking to take charge of their money and careers. She has disrupted the traditionally male-dominated, boring finance space by offering actionable advice with her signature sassy and accessible style. Her third book Becoming Super Woman, which teaches women to go from burnout to balance in a simple 12-step plan, is now out along with its companion The Super Woman Journal.

Nicole launched a series of online masterclasses—The Money School, The Boss School and The Balance School, that expand on the lessons in her three books. She was named "Money Expert of The Year" for the second year in a row and is the first female winner. Nicole was also the first-ever monthly finance columnist at Hearst Magazines. Nicole has earned the Accredited Investment Fiduciary (AIF®) certification. She graduated as valedictorian of her class at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.