Videos & Media

Below are some examples of live presentations and filming that Jennifer Coombs has done since the inception of GradMoney. We are always open to participating and speaking to interest investors of all generations. If you would like to discuss a potential presentation, please contact Jennifer at

Tedx Jersey City - November 2015

Why occupy when you can unify? Steering society with the help of the stock market is not a new concept, but in an age where money dominates the world, it is important to see investing as an instrument for change. There are two powerful ways to accomplish this…and neither way requires having a personal banker or a finance degree.


Jennifer N. Coombs is a stock analyst by day, and an artist by night with a passion for guiding individuals on making wise investment decisions. After nearly a decade of experience in the financial world, Jennifer is an economic contributor for The Street and Seeking Alpha, and recently founded her own firm, GradMoney, which develops education programs for investing strategies specifically for young adults and novice investors.

Meet Your Professor - College for financial Planning

Jennifer Coombs is a full-time professor at the College for Financial Planning in Centennial, Colorado. The College was founded in 1972 and is the original creator of the Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation. Coombs is the lead instructor for the Accredited Asset Management Specialist (AAMS) and Chartered Mutual Fund Counselor (CMFC) programs, as well as the subject matter expert for graduate courses related to sustainable, responsible and impact investing. Learn more about Coombs' background here.

Clarkson University - Alumni Events

When Jennifer Coombs '09 came back to Clarkson University to speak to students about her experiences on Wall Street, she also brought back insider information on how the extensive Clarkson alumni network can boost graduates' careers. The successful Arete (financial information analysis & political science) graduate is president of the Clarkson Alumni Association chapter in New York City and has noticed that alumni events have become career advice sessions. Decades of alumni experience flows at these gatherings as they sometimes become mini career fairs with experienced professionals looking for new talent.


Coombs' presentation was sponsored by Clarkson's chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, the professional business fraternity.

CNN Money - Millennials & Money (Debt)

Millennials confess when, if at all, they talk to a significant other about money. -- Jennifer is one of the focus-group Millennials asked to talk about debt levels and how (if at all) they are managing money issues now.

 CNN Money - Millennials & Money (Student Loans)

Millennials have the most student loan debt in history. But you don't have to fall into that trap. Christine Romans explains the five biggest student debt mistakes. Jennifer appears in this focus group from CNN Money as well.

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