For the more than over 50 million Hispanics in the United States, Julie Stav is not only a financial expert and educator, she is considered by many as a leader and inspirational role model, creating a following that now wishes to emulate her image and success.

With a revolutionary multi-media communications platform, Julie inspires and empowers people from all walks of life through her popular national radio show, “Tu Dinero con Julie Stav”; her New York Times bestselling books; over 700 appearances on Univision Television as their on-air financial expert.

Julie also as reaches over 11 million readers each month through her Tu Dinero branded content published by Impremedia Newspaper and Communications, where she provides the best and most relevant financial news to the Hispanic community.

But there is more to Julie’s story than most people know—unfortunately a troubled childhood threatened to doom her to a life of failure and despair, but thankfully her tenacity and perseverance ultimately propelled her to unbounded success.

Julie’s youth was marked by struggle. Her family’s life was totally upended the day Fidel Castro took control of the country. From a seemingly perfect life in her native Cuba, in which her father, a well to do factory owner, was forced into becoming the janitor of the factory he used to own, Julie was painfully sent out of Cuba by her parents, for the opportunity of a better life. Immediately upon being separated from her family, she was sent to an orphanage in Mexico and endured a difficult two-year separation from her family.

When a divorce left her a single parent with next to no money in her bank account, Julie knew she had to take control of her finances and learn how to make her money work for her. She began to read everything she could about investing and finance, achieving success by a process of trial and error, “investing imaginary money” and then slowly her hard earned savings.

Julie turned her own life around, but being a teacher at heart, she wasn’t content to simply improve her own lot. She now wanted to share what she had learned, and provide the average American family, and other Hispanics with the same tools that she had previously found out were not so easily accessible. Her goal was to inspire, and more importantly, empower others like her to turn their finances around in the face of daunting obstacles, but to do so in an everyday language they could all understand. Eventually, Julie earned a stockbroker’s license and began educating thousands of people each year—in English and Spanish—through financial planning seminars.

In her first two books, Get Your Share and Fund Your Future, both New York Times bestsellers, Julie took the mystery out of investing and gave readers the tools they needed to make the best decisions so they too could invest wisely… whether in English or in Spanish. When her first PBS television special, based on the principles of Get Your Share, was met with exceptional reviews and ratings, Julie effectively became a household name. Three subsequent and similarly acclaimed PBS specials which aired in both English and Spanish solidified Julie’s stature as an approachable and easy to understand media personality and educator.

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