"Our mission is to empower individuals towards peace and prosperity around their finances and their lives."
Christine D. Moriarty has worked with thousands of people to create financial peace of mind. She is often seen in The Boston Herald as a featured financial planner, and has shared her insights on families and money with publications including USA Today, Good Housekeeping, the Boston Globe, Better Homes and Gardens, Fidelity Focus Magazine and The LA Times.
Christine’s focus is on helping people create both financial stability and personal serenity – even within long term relationships. Her seminars and talks provide not just critical information, but also a powerful way to change lives.
In addition, she has consulted for variety of organizations from the New England Life Insurance Company and SunLife of Canada, to Outward Bound and the Massachusetts Special Commission on Financial Services. She has extensive public speaking experience including regional financial planning conferences, weekend retreat centers, on-site employee groups, and national trade conferences.
She has taught classes on financial management at University of Vermont and Boston University, Merrimack College, Champlain College and Pine Manor College.
Ms. Moriarty is a Certified Financial Planner with a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the University of Vermont, where she received the Outstanding Senior Woman award and graduated with distinction from Babson College with a Masters in Business Administration in Entrepreneurship.
Ms. Moriarty is a member of the Business Administration Scholastic National Honor Society, Beta Gamma Sigma and the Phi Beta Sigma Honorary Society. She lives on the edge of the beautiful Green Mountains of Vermont with her husband, fulfilling her dreams and supporting others to do the same.
What Others Say:
"Wit and wisdom are the hallmarks of her presentation. Lively and humorous, but packed with solid, clear information. Can't wait to hear her again!"
Women's Issues Specialist AARP
"Christine's presentation was so unique. I was always somewhat intimidated by money issues and scared to investigate my own. She de-mystified the topic and actually made me eager to learn more about my finances!"
-Adrienne R. Puches
Assistant Director of Career Services University of Vermont
SBA Financial Services Advocate of the Year Christine Moriarty named Vermont Financial Services Advocate by the Small Business Administration (SBA).