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Brad Stinn, The Roadside Scholar, is dedicated to helping people learn how to build financial strength and create wealth. His story, teaching concepts and uniquely approachable style result in speaking engagements that are entertaining, inspiring and motivating.

One area of particular interest is working with youth and young adult organizations and schools. Sponsorship is available for non-profit groups lacking resources and a portion of all revenues will be donated to youth financial education programs.

Marian University

Boys and Girls Club

Services Offered

  • Motivational Speaking

  • Book Signing Events

  • Investment Classes

  • 1:1 Coaching

Contact Brad

Brad@theroadsidescholar.com

The Roadside Scholar, Inc.
P.O. Box 63, 6 Beach Road

Tiburon, CA 94920

Recent Events

SCHOOLS

Marian University - October 2019

San Francisco State - October 2019

St. Ignatius High School (Cleveland) - December 2019

NON-PROFITS

Shehan Center, Bridgeport CT - November 2019

CORPORATE

LifeSource Water: Sales Conference, Pasadena CA - January 2020

MEDIA COVERAGE

CNBC "On the Money" with Becky Quick - October 2019

KMOX Radio with Charlie Brennan, St. Louis MO - December 2019

What people are saying about Roadside Scholar

You were a BIG HIT with the class. your style was very impactful when it came to students starting personal investment accounts......."The Brad Stinn book is acting as my manual to get started."  "I opened up a Fidelity account with my dad over fall break." Having fun with this. you are welcome back any time.

-Marian University Professor

Hi!......I'm from Africa. I lived in the Congo. I moved to America 3 years ago. I just want to say thank you for the new knowledge i have learned today. Tell your Dad I said thank you for teaching us important things that can help us in life.

I loved it! It was great. When I get older I want to be a millionaire but I know if I work per hour I can't make it that why I'm interested in to the stock markets and investment. I learned that rich people don't work for other people. They work for them self. All I want to tell you is that I want to be my own boss but as a beginner I will have to work for someone."

-Bridgeport Boys & Girls Club Attendees

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