About the Author
Zaneilia Harris is President of Harris & Harris Wealth Management Group, LLC. Her passion is working with executive and professional women who are going through major life transitions and need financial guidance to achieve their personal goals.
Zaneilia is a shoe lover, hence the book title, appreciates quality, and recognizes the power of words and compound interest.She's a member of the CNBC Financial Advisor Council, a financial educator, blogger, and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ who is passionate about finances and sharing her expertise with other women so they can become financially savvy. Connections and relationships are very important, that's why she enjoys getting to know and understand her clients and spending time with family and friends.
She brings a wealth of knowledge gained from her more than 20 years of experience in the financial and accounting industry. Her expertise has been featured in prominent publications and media outlets such as CNBC, Forbes, Today Money, Women's Day, Essence, Black Enterprise, and PBS. She resides in a Maryland suburb just outside of Washington, DC with her husband and daughter.
Finance 'n Stilettos
No matter where you are in life personally, Finance 'n Stilettos is written for you. Zaneilia strives to show women how to effectively manage their finances with class and a touch of flair. As well-heeled women, we know that shoes are an essential component to a stylish and sophisticated wardrobe. Finance is just as important to our daily lives as the red peep toe stiletto pump is to a perfectly tailored black pinstripe suit. They both are valuable to a woman's confidence and inner feeling of being well put together.
Throughout this book, Zaneilia intertwines her personal stories while highlighting financial tips for women going through the various phases of life. She shares how smart successful women can avoid and recover from money mishaps that can potentially derail their financial progress. The first step to bouncing back with grace and dignity is acknowledgement of the mistake. If you never admit it, you can't fix it. Instead of dwelling on past financial missteps, she wants to motivate women to learn effective strategies that can help them navigate through the runway of life.