Brent Neiser, CFP® is Host and CEO of What’s Next with Money a bi-monthly YouTube program on Personal Finance, Foresight, and Public Issues. The program serves as a foundation for Brent’s unique point of view and involvement as a Media Host, Community Leader, and Public Speaker.
Brent was Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships and Alliances for the Denver-based National Endowment for Financial Education. He created national programs on personal finance for the American public including Retirement as well as over 100 partnerships with groups like Sesame Workshop, Habitat for Humanity, Red Cross, American Indian College Fund and National Military Family Association. He led strategic intelligence, foresight, public policy as well as innovation including working with executive agencies and testifying before Congress.
Brent holds masters’ degrees — Univ. of Denver Global Studies (Public Diplomacy); Occidental College Urban Studies; Univ. of Louisville Business; and George Washington Univ. BA – Public Affairs; CORO Foundation Public Affairs Fellow including work with Walt Disney Imagineering; Kellogg School of Management Certificate in Nonprofit Management.
Media appearances include NBC’s “Today,” PBS’s “NewsHour” and The Wall Street Journal; also, speaker at OECD conferences in Rio de Janeiro, Washington and financial summits in Seoul and Beijing.
He was appointed to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s (CFPB) Consumer Advisory Board and served as chair in 2020. Brent and his wife adopted three special-needs children from the foster care system, who are now working adults. He enjoys paddleboarding, snowboarding, jazz drumming and Latin percussion and modern design. More at whatsnextwithmoney.com