Kerry is a nationally recognized expert, strategist and spokesperson on career transitions, personal finance and retirement. She is a frequent TV and radio commentator and is a sought-after keynote speaker at conferences across the count
Millions of viewers, readers and listeners have been motivated by Kerry’s can-do, down-to-earth message.
Kerry shares proven strategies that will help you take control of your finances at any age. Debt is a dream killer whether you are 25 or 65.
Women, in particular, in their 20s must make saving a priority, plan ahead for career breaks and embrace saving as making an investment in their future self. And Kerry shows them how.
For newly single women, Kerry delivers inspirational insights and key steps for surviving and thriving after the loss of a spouse or partner and smart moves for any woman managing her money solo.
Kerry delivers actionable advice to her audiences on how to find a job they love. If they’re thinking about shifting their talents in the work place, whether they are getting started in their career, looking for a promotion or to move to a new field in their encore career, they will be able to find something of significance in her talk.
Your audience will learn about the best moves they can make to ensure they have the assets and know-how they need to flourish on their own-or to advise a daughter, sister or friend in need.
Kerry’s polished and dynamic presentations tailored to your audience include:
- Financial Confidence, Health Confidence, Self Confidence
- How to Find a Great Job
- How to Discover Your Passion
- Your Career Transition Roadmap
- The Joy of Reinvention: Discovering New Passion, Profits and Purpose
- How to Fall in Love with Your Job (again); Reviving a Stalled Career
- How to Find Work with Meaning and a Paycheck
- Unleash Your Potential: Be Your Own Boss
- What New College Grads Need to Know About Money
- Taking Charge: What’s Different Financially for Women: An Age-by-Age Guide: Key Financial Questions Every Woman Should Ask
- Suddenly Single: Money Skills for Divorcees and Widows
- Women in the Workplace. How to Negotiate for Pay, Promotions and More.
- Managing Your Money Solo for Women
- The Future Workplace
Specialties: entrepreneurship, personal finance, retirement planning, career transition, women and financial education
Home base: Washington, DC
Web site: Kerryhannon.com
Whether you are looking for a speaker for a corporate event, women’s conference, arena event, off site conference, or financial workshop, I would like to be your go-to option.
What are you waiting for?
Kerry has worked with the following companies, nonprofits and universities:
“Kerry Hannon is the go-to source to help women find financial security and confidence. She skillfully embraces the need for women, who find themselves on their own, to take control of their financial future, take responsibility, and continue to educate themselves about financial choices. Importantly, read this book to find out how to take a look at your financial situation, make decisions based on your individual needs, and make sure you understand an investment before you put your money into it.”
Don Blandin, president and CEO of the Investor Protection Trust (IPT) and the Investor Protection Institute (IPI)
“The greatest feeling in life is knowing who you are, doing what you love, and living the life you enjoy. Kerry Hannon leads you to that place.”
–Richard Leider, International Best-Selling Author of The Power of Purpose
“As people are living longer, there’s ever more desire to get the most out of the hours we spend at work. Kerry Hannon can help you cure the career blahs, tackle serious burnout, and get your spark back.”
–Daniel Pink, Author of Drive and A Whole New Mind.
“Kerry Hannon shares expert insights in a simple steps. In doing so, she lovingly offers an empowering message for newly single women that they can take control of their finances as they move forward their lives.”
—Catherine Collinson, President of Transamerica Institute
“Kerry provides practical strategies for a wide range of difficult decisions that women enter a new life stage will need to make to ensure their future economic security.”
–M. Cindy Hounsell, President, Women’s Institute for a Secure Retirement
“As a noted authority on work and careers, Kerry knows exactly what the rest of us need to do to become more fulfilled at our jobs. Take her advice and I’m confident you’ll get more out of work and more out of life.”
–Richard Eisenberg, Managing Editor of PBS Next Avenue.org.
“Millions of older Americans will have to work longer to achieve a secure retirement, but burnout can be a big obstacle. Now we’ve got a thoughtful, action plan for staying engaged and passionate about work from one of the best experts on careers after age 50—Kerry Hannon.”
—Mark Miller, author of Jolt and retirement columnist for Reuters, Morningstar,
“Work should offer more than a paycheck. Work is also a big part of the daily search for meaning, the desire for a sense of fulfillment, the pursuit of community and connections. Kerry Hannon has the wisdom she’s gathered over the years interviewing, thinking, and writing about jobs and careers—insights she brilliantly translates into practical strategies for us to consider.”
—Chris Farrell, author of Unretirement: How Baby Boomers Are
Changing the Way We Think About Work, Community, and the Good Life
“Kerry Hannon demonstrates that loving your job is not a mysterious process, and it does not depend on the power or whims of others. She succinctly explains the specific set of behaviors, actions, thoughts, and beliefs that lead to meaningful job satisfaction now and in the future.”
—Bruce Rosenstein, Managing Editor, Leader to Leader, and author of Create Your Future the Peter Drucker Way
Have a look and listen:
The Dr. Phil Show in Hollywood, CA. Topic: Older Workers/Younger Bosses Watch the video
TIAA Expert Webcast: Living Your Passions in Your Bonus Years. Featuring W2W Expert Kerry Hannon and TIAA Wealth Management Director, Melanie Simons discuss living your passions in your bonus years.
- Picture and plan for the possibilities to make the most of your bonus years.
- Embrace the future and look forward to what you’re going to do during this time.
- Learn what you can do now to pinpoint your passions and build a financial plan to support them.
Kerry on Great Jobs Media Tour.