Founder of “Her First $100K” launches campaign to fight financial inequality by giving women more resources to save money.
SEATTLE — Born in Tacoma and now living in Seattle, Tori Dunlap quit her corporate job after saving $100,000 by age 25.
Dunlap made the move to launch Her First $100K to fight financial inequality.
A Forbes 30 Under 30 honoree, Dunlap now travels the world writing and speaking about personal finance, online businesses, and confidence for women.
Dunlap said she has helped more than three million women negotiate salaries, pay off debt, build savings, and invest.
Online, Dunlap has gained more than 3.5 million followers on social media and more than nine million podcast downloads.
On Sunday, Dunlap stopped by the KING 5 Mornings studio to talk about her three money-saving tips and other recommendations. To watch the interview and hear about Dunlap’s advice – click the video player above.