Chris Hogan

Chris Hogan

Leadership Expert & WSJ Bestselling Author

Former All-American football player Chris Hogan has never backed down from a challenge. But how did he find his way off the gridiron and on the path of helping others achieve financial peace?
 
Once his playing days were over, Chris spent countless hours as the vice president of a well-respected company helping clients manage their money and their businesses. In the process, he realized that too many families, marriages and children were being adversely impacted by financial issues. Chris realized things had to change. That’s when he met Dave Ramsey.
 
For more than a decade, Chris has served at Ramsey Solutions, spreading a message of hope and financial peace to audiences across the country as a financial coach and Ramsey Personality. Chris helps people plan for their future and reach their retirement goals through his Retire Inspired live events and R:IQ assessment tool. His book, Retire Inspired: It’s Not an Age. It’s a Financial Number, released in January 2016 and is a #1 national best-seller. An expert on mortgages and investing, he’s an engaging and electrifying speaker who is equally at home leading corporate training sessions as he is speaking to college students and professors. Chris works with high profile clients, including business leaders, professional athletes and entertainers, to help them develop financial strategies to generate revenue, protect their wealth, and secure their futures. Chris is also a regular contributor to the EntreLeadership Podcast, one of the leading podcasts on business and leadership.
 
As a national champion in college, Chris understands teamwork and speaks to organizations all over the country on how to effectively run and grow their businesses. He received his undergraduate degree from Georgetown College and a masters’ degree from California University of Pennsylvania.

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