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Sharita Humphrey is an award-winning finance expert and money mentor. Sharita was named the 2020 National Financial Educator of the Year for her work within her local community and across the country. She has been featured in top-tier media including CNBC, iHeartMedia, Forbes, Yahoo! Finance, and BBC World News.

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