Suze Orman’s live appearance at the historic Apollo Theater to premiere exclusively on OWN

A motivational speaker, Orman is a two-time Emmy award-winning television host, the author of nine consecutive New York Times bestselling books.

Photo credit- Courtesy of OWN:Walter Thomson

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network announced today that the “Suze Orman at The Apollo: Women and Money” all-new special featuring Suze Orman’s sold-out, one-night-only live appearance at the historic Apollo Theater will premiere exclusively on OWN on Monday, October 1 at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Orman recently relaunched her million-copy New York Times #1 bestselling book Women and Money, updated with financial knowledge and practical advice designed specifically for women in 2018.

In her only live appearance for the re-launch of her iconic million-copy New York Times #1 bestselling book Women and Money, Suze Orman inspires a sold-out crowd at the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem with her signature mix of insight, compassion, and practical advice. Orman delivers people-first philosophies and an achievable path to financial freedom and security. “Suze Orman At The Apollo: Women and Money” provides a window into Orman’s unparalleled appreciation that for women, money itself is not the end goal, it’s the means to living a full and meaningful life.

Orman has received eight Gracie awards, which recognize the nation’s best radio television and cable programming by, for, and about women.  Twice named to the Time 100 and ranked among the world’s 100 most powerful women byForbes,  Orman was the host of the Suze Orman Show on CNBC for 13 years and a contributing editor to O: The Oprah Magazine for 16 years.  She is currently a contributing editor to the Costco Connection, host of the Women and Money Podcast, and The Financial Solution’s hour on both HSN and QVC.

In 2016 Orman was appointed as the official personal finance educator for the United States Army and Army reserves. She also serves as a special advocate for the National Domestic Violence Hotline, bringing her message of awareness and empowerment to women who have suffered financial abuse.  In recognition of a revolutionary contribution to the way Americans think about personal finance she has received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the University of Illinois and an honorary Doctorate of Commercial Science degree from Bentley University.  Orman who grew up on the South Side of Chicago was a waitress for seven years till she was 30, making only $400 a month.   Suze’s proudest claim to fame is being  spoofed  numerous times on Saturday Night Live.

Photo credit: Courtesy of OWN/Walter Thomson

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