Pam Krueger

Pam Krueger

Founder, Wealthramp

Pam Krueger is a recognized investor advocate and award-winning personal finance journalist and author. She is the founder and CEO of Wealthramp, an adviser matching platform that connects consumers with rigorously vetted and qualified fee-only financial advisers. It is the only service that gives people full control over when and how they talk to their referred advisers.

Pam is also the creator & co-host of MoneyTrack and Friends Talk Money podcast for PBS Next Avenue. MoneyTrack aired on 250+ public stations on PBS from 2005-2019 and was funded by the Investor Protection Trust.

With more than 25 years in investor advocacy, Pam is one of the leading voices on financial literacy and financial empowerment. She’s been the recipient of two Gracie Awards for educating the public about personal investing and finding the right financial adviser, the Financial Educator of the Year Award from the Financial Literacy Institute, and received the 2021 NAPFA’s Special Achievement Award for her contributions in educating consumers on the benefits of working with a highly qualified fee-only financial adviser.

Phone: 415.378.8240 | E-mail: pam@wealthramp.com | Website: Wealthramp.com | Facebook: www.facebook.com/wealthramp | LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/10698189

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