Personal Finance Journalist
Diane Harris is an award-winning personal finance journalist and nationally recognized financial wellness expert and keynote speaker. She is a financial columnist for the PBS website Next Avenue and Forbes as well as the former editor-in-chief of Time Inc.'s Money Magazine-the first woman to hold the top job. In her 22 years at the brand, she covered every aspect of personal finance, was responsible for more than a dozen top-award winning features and, as EIC, led the transformation of the brand to a digital-first enterprise. Between two stints at Money, Ms. Harris was also a senior editor at Working Woman magazine, financial columnist for Parenting and AARP the magazine, and co-author of a personal finance book for women, with Georgette Mosbacher, called It Takes Money, Honey. In addition to her PBS/Forbes column, she is currently writing a new personal finance book called No Stress Money and launching a financial wellness coaching and consulting business.