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Color My Credit is designed to enlighten and empower students on a subject they never learned in school but will have a massive impact on building a financial legacy. Based on the best selling book, Color My Credit, Author Alisa Glutz teaches you step by step how to color your credit report and illuminate the key information to focus on rather than getting lost and overwhelmed like most Americans when it comes to understanding their credit. Since the housing crisis, credit scores have never played such an impactful role in building a financial legacy and yet the guilt and trauma associated with limited choices based on low credit scores has caused most people to bury their head in the sand.
Born and raised in Arizona, Alisa Glutz is also a proud graduate of Arizona State University. After a successful beginning to her career working in Hollywood as an Executive for HBO and a Producer on ABC’s Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, Alisa decided to return to her native Arizona where she became committed to helping her community realize the dream of home ownership and understand their true credit potential. Founder of Color My Credit which teaches consumers how to understand your credit report in a colorful simple way and shows how to take action to improve your credit score(s).
A busy advocate for consumers who are equally passionate about improving their credit scores, a prolific writer, and a woman bent on empowering others, Alisa Glutz is no stranger to the media! She is an expert in mortgage credit, working with many leading mortgage service organizations. Alisa is a teacher at heart, a natural speaker and engages audiences from short podcasts to lengthy radio shows. The following is a list of the more recent opportunities in which she has engaged, in an effort to shakeup the thinking of creditors who have more personal shame than hope. You will experience her in print, on social media and engaging with the public who has grown to love her sass, her style, and her over- arching wisdom.
When she’s not working, Alisa cherishes time with her two beautiful daughters, Angelina, 11 and Brooklyn, 9 in Scottsdale, Arizona.