Two Black Guys with Good Credit Co-host, Shaun Lynda, goes home to Canada to sit down this week with Rita Celli, host of CBC Radio show, Ontario Today, as part of their Debt Series. Hear from the brave callers and the fun, enlightening conversation that ensues. Listen to the full show here.
Shaun Lynda, Co-Founder of Financially CLEAN, makes the Black Enterprise 100 Modern Man 2017 List!! Congratulations!! Keep up the great work!! Read full article here.
Shaun Lynda celebrates his nomination with his little Modern Men at the Black Enterprise Excel Summit honoring some legendary ones at the PGA National Resort in West Palm Peach, FL August 30th - September 3rd, 2017. Congressman John Lewis, Comedian Robert Townsend and Lonnie G. Bunch, III, Founding Director of African American Smithsonian Museum to name a few. Bravo!
BLACK ENTERPRISE gives you a fly on wall the view of how Financially CLEAN takes a straight-talk, strategic approach to teaching young people the core financial principles they need to succeed.
Journalist, Robin White-Goode had the opportunity to sit in on a class to see how, Co-Founder and Instructor, Shaun Lynda engages the students to learn complex financial concepts in a fun and interactive way using a delivery that is relatable to them.
Read the full article here to get an inside look.
Our graduating class of summer 2017. An amazing group of college students who sacrificed hot summer days to learn important life skills --financial literacy. Good Shepherds Services Life Link college mentorship program is developing the stars of tomorrow!
Co-Founder Dionne Nicholls spent Friday afternoon teaching Personal Branding to the students of Life Link college access mentorship program. She was so moved by one of the graduating students who shares how Financially CLEAN impacted him. #LiveFinanciallyCLEAN
Episode 1: JAY-Z 4:44 DECODED dropping soon...
It was 5 friends that came together a little over a year ago to launch the podcast TWO BLACK GUYS WITH GOOD CREDIT, to help further the mission of the financial literacy youth program, Financially CLEAN, founded by Dionne Nicholls and Shaun Lynda in 2015, when school teachers and administration kept asking if there were classes for adults. "From day one it was our goal to make a podcast about personal finance that people of all ages would find educational, entertaining and inspire change along the way. It looks like it is resonating.", says Shaun Lynda, co-host of Two Black Guys with Good Credit.
"To rank 4th on the Black Enterprise Best Black-Hosted Smart, Funny Podcast List for 2017 is humbling and an honor.", shares Dionne Nicholls, co-host, otherwise known as The Lady with the Facts.
Read full story here.
The Two Black Guys with Good Credit crew says thank you to everyone who has listened and supported us along this journey. And, now we keep going!
Peace, Love and Finance!
Thank you to all those who took time out of their busy schedules to make the Financially CLEAN session at Civil Rights, WATCH, FDNY and PATH High Schools so memorable for our students. You life journeys and career paths certainly left them inspired opening their eyes professions that many could see themselves doing one day --Real Estate Brokers, Digital Marketers, Business Entrepreneurs, Fashion Trend Forecasters and Account Managers, Stock Brokers, Legal Transcribers. We couldn't have done it without you!
Hear from Kwadwo Boachie-Adjei our Graduation Keynote Speaker his experience in the classroom. Kwadwo is a Public Health Professional, a Harvard Graduate who played college basketball Syracuse during his undergrad.
Financially CLEAN is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit financial literacy youth program. If you would like to see our course in a school near you or would like to become a sponsor, get involved by giving your time or a donation please contact Dionne Nicholls, Program Director or visit www.financiallyclean.com.
Saran Nurse, Brooklyn business owner of Kikis Pet Spa & Grooming Boutiques. Inspiring our students to follow their dreams with a solid financial game plan.
On Tuesday June 13th, Chipotle Mexican Grille in Brooklyn on Myrtle Ave is partnering with Financially CLEAN to make early financial education accessible to under resourced high school students. 50% of proceeds from sales today will go to fund programming --giving Taco Tuesday a whole new meaning. See complete details below.
Dionne Nicholls, Program Director for CLEAN sharing financial life lessons with the students of PATH High School.
Our first fundraiser of the year was held this past April during Financial Literacy Awareness Month at the 8th floor concept store of Lafayette 148 NY, a women’s clothing brand based in New York City. As part of the collaborative event, Lafayette 148 NY provided a 10% discount on their spring collection with a portion of the proceeds designated for Financially CLEAN programming and outreach.
Guests were treated to a warm atmosphere of networking, delectable bites, and heartfelt speeches by co-founders Shaun Lynda and Dionne Nicholls as well as those who have been impacted positively by Financially CLEAN’s educational teaching. In addition, co-chairs Sheila Brandenburg and her daughter showcase the latest Lafayette 148 NY fashions and mingle with guests.
Financially CLEAN is appreciative of the support of the attendees, co-hosts and Lafayette 148 NY.
Financially CLEAN, is a financial literacy youth program designed to teach high school and college students how to manage, grow and protect their money in a fun, interactive way.
According to a 2014 study by JumpStart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, 95% of high school seniors and 75% of graduating college students in the United States are financially illiterate.
You can join the movement by becoming a volunteer or by giving a donation to help ensure that financial education is a permanent part of the school curriculum, so that every child is financially literate before they apply for their first credit card.
Financially CLEAN is a registered 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.