Shannah Compton Game is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional with an MBA and an award-winning financial strategist on a mission to revolutionize how millennials – and really everyone- think, act, and feel about their finances.
Shannah is a box of hope for her generation empowering those she touches to not be afraid of the numbers and go out and grab the life the life you want to live regardless of your bank account balance.
She is host to the universally popular and top-ranked iTunes podcast, “Millennial Money” with listeners in 164 countries and over 500K downloads a month. Millennial Money has helped millions of listeners demystify money topics in a playful and approachable way and features interviews with musicians, authors, chefs and entrepreneurs to help inspire listeners to go out and achieve their dreams regardless of their budget. Millennial Money tackles all your burning money questions while having some fun along the way.
Aside from her podcast, she is an entrepreneur at heart and formidable trailblazer. Shannah started her first business, Hometown Cinema, Inc. at 19 while in college at Indiana University that helped over 130 students get jobs and internships in the entertainment industry.
Shannah is also a Lecturer in Finance at California State University Northridge, where she empowers students to take ownership of their money from a young age. She is the owner of a media company that creates original personal finance content and is an accomplished financial writer and speaker. Her financial expertise has been highlighted in articles for Women’s Health, MSN Money, Reuters, Bankrate.com, Refinery 29, CNBC, Everygirl and Yahoo! Finance to name a few, while she has written for Huffington Post, Go Banking Rates, Policygenius, Haven Life and Fidelity Investments.
Millennial Money Podcast
5 Things To Know About Financing Your Big Day
Buffalo News [June, 2017]
It’s Never Too Early: Tips to Help You Save for Retirement in Your 20s
Quicken Loans [July 2017]
How to Open a Joint Account Without All the Resentment (or Bankruptcy)
Wealthsimple [August 2017]