Miranda Reiter

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Miranda Reiter, CFP® is an assistant professor in the School of Financial Planning at Texas Tech University, where she has taught classes on diversity, retirement, and wealth management. She is an award-winning researcher whose work focuses on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the financial planning profession and the financial well-being of marginalized groups. Dr. Reiter has published numerous scholarly articles, and she is the author and narrator of The Great Courses personal finance audiobook, Six Steps to Manage Your Money.


Before joining academia, Dr. Reiter worked as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and banker at several Fortune 500 firms, including her own financial planning practice, She & Money, which focused on women’s financial well-being. Her financial advice has been quoted in popular media outlets such as the BBC, US News, and USA Today.


Speaking Topics:


Financial Professional-Focused Presentations

  • State of the Art: The Past, Present, and Future of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Financial Planning Research

  • How to Create a More Diverse and Inclusive Culture in the Financial Planning Workplace

  • Cultural Competencies for Financial Professionals who Serve Diverse Clients & Communities

  • The Racial Wealth Gap, Retirement, & Diversity in Financial Planning

Client and Employee-focused Presentations

  • Six Strategies to Successfully Managing Your Money

  • Women & Finances: Build Your Confidence to Invest & Grow Your Money

Miranda Reiter's Experiences

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"Dr. Reiter captures an audience's attention with powerful storytelling, and then presents the facts and statistics in an easy-to-understand way. She has an inherent way of making you thinks is speaking directly to you."

Dr. Michael Kothakota, Head of Research, CFP Board

"Miranda's address... was inspirational and highly engaging. Her keynote was a perfect fit for our audience."

Dr. Kirsten MacDonald & Dr. Elisabeth Sinnewe, Financial Planning Academics Forum Committee Co-Chairs (Australia)