Credit Expert Gerri Detweiler is Today’s Honoree

Helping consumers find reliable answers to their credit questions has been the theme of Gerri Detweiler’s work for the past 20+ years. Currently Head of Market Education for Nav, she helps individuals and business owners navigate the confusing world of consumer and small business credit.

As an expert on credit issues, she has been interviewed for more than 3000 news interviews including The Today Show, Dateline NBC, The New York Times, USA Today and Reader’s Digest. She has also testified before Congress.

As a speaker, she has addressed both consumer and industry audiences nationwide. She was a featured speaker in an 18-city speaking tour sponsored by a major financial institution, and a multi-city speaking tour at Air Force bases.

As an educator, she is the author or co-author of six books:

For three years, she was the host of a weekly radio program Talk Credit Radio. Podcasts of many of the episodes are available on this website and on iTunes.

Gerri reaches thousands of consumers each month through these websites, as well as numerous others to which she contributes content. (She contributes to several websites including Money.com, Clark.com and AllBusiness.com.) She also hosted a weekly financial radio show and several hundred of her interviews are still available for consumers to listen to online.

Gerri holds a B.A. in International Business/Political Affairs from Taylor University, and an M.A. in Adult Education/ Psychology from Vermont College.

Visit https://www.gerridetweiler.com/about-Gerri-Detweiler.html for more information.

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