The executive team manages the day-to-day operations of the Plutus Foundation.
Harlan L. Landes
Harlan L. Landes founded one of the first independent “personal finance blogs,“ Consumerism Commentary, to hold himself accountable for his own financial decisions,, and he played a lead role in fostering the community of financial influencers. Harlan also created the Plutus Awards to highlight independent financial publishers.
Sarah Potter has worked in the finance and non-profit sector for the past ten years. As a personal finance social strategist, Sarah has worked with many finance blogs and educators over the years, and she works with young parents to develop their own businesses and live a financially successful life.
Sherrian Crumbley has worked with various non-profits in administrative and creative roles over the last decade. She has also worked as a content manager, editor, and virtual assistant in the personal finance space and continues to work with her husband as a personal finance educator on their blogs and in their community.
Charlotte Baker has worked with and helped start two non-profit organizations over the last eight years. She is committed to the mission of the Plutus Foundation and is passionate about financial literacy for all communities.
Miranda Marquit has been covering financial topics for almost 15 years, contributing to numerous publications. She is an avid podcaster and blogger, and is active in non-profits and politics at a local level. Miranda lives in Idaho with her son, where they enjoy board games, reading, travel, and the outdoors.
Stephanie “Stephonee” Kibler came onto the online personal finance scene in 2007 (when it was still called a “blogosphere”) and was one of its first voices for low-income millennials and young women with her blog, Poorer Than You. Through the years, she has worked to help build up online communities focused on financial literacy for women and other underrepresented groups, and the lower and middle classes. She lives in the pricey Washington, DC-area suburbs (for some reason) with her husband and son, and can usually be found snarking on Twitter.
We are looking to fill vacancies in the Plutus Foundation Board of Directors. The Board of Directors meets once a quarter to review the operations of the Foundation and provide governance and resources.
The Plutus Foundation Advisory Group is a diverse cross-section of our community that meets once a quarter to discuss issues within the community and to offer suggestions to the Executive Team for responding to those issues. One meeting each quarter will be a combined meeting with the Board of Directors.