Bonnie Kirchner is a Certified Financial Planner ™ practitioner and a CFP Board Ethics instructor with a MS degree in Taxation from Bentley University (where she is now a graduate school faculty member) and a BS degree in Financial Counseling and Planning from Purdue University. Not only is Ms. Kirchner an enlightening speaker on a number of financial planning concepts, but she is incredibly inspiring; especially when incorporating her own dramatic journey and the important lessons learned along the way. Prior to publishing her book, Who Can You Trust With Your Money?, published by FT Press, she co-anchored the morning drive radio business magazine, “Early Exchange”, and was the daily financial reporter for Boston’s CBS affiliate until her then husband, a covert narcissist and sociopathic financial advisor, confessed to running the country’s largest Ponzi investment scam before Bernard Madoff. Her personal and professional experiences give her extraordinary insight into scammers, issues around trust and money, protecting oneself, as well as rebounding from crisis. Bonnie is the founder and owner of Sea Change Financial Education, a firm dedicated to educating individuals on financial matters and the emotions which drive decision making.