Denise Thomas
TEDx speaker Amazon International Best Selling Author Podcast Host-Debt Free Degree Podcast College Prep Parent Summit Host

International best-selling author, TEDxTenayoPaseo speaker, and coach to parents of college-bound teens, Denise Thomas inspires, educates, and equips parents to take an active role in supporting their children to live a life of financial freedom. Her mission is to ‘flip’ the student debt statistic in the U.S. Denise is a 20-year homeschool veteran having homeschooled her two children from Pre-k through high school. Using her proprietary repeatable strategy both attended their first-choice college on 17 scholarships exceeding $199,000, walking out of college with cash in hand. Denise says you can keep your money. Send your kids to college on other people's cash!  “College doesn't have to be a DEBT sentence.”


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Debt Free College
Denise went from starving college student who had to lift food from the college cafeteria to discovering a strategy that got both her homeschooled teens 17 scholarships totaling $199,000 for 4 -years of college debt-free with cash left over. 
Most popular topics:
-College is a bad investment - Attending college can steal more than 2 million dollars of your teen’s future net worth. Value add for your audience - You can help your teen become a multimillionaire and change the world.
-Scholarship winners are taught, not born - The unicorn-Myths of the free ride scholarship. Value add for your audience - 3 things you must do to win scholarships and influence judges.
-Your high school counselor has it all wrong - Although well-meaning repeating the rhetoric is doing you harm. Value add for your audience - 3 things that can cost you tens of thousands of dollars 
Education Financial services
College & Universities Parenting Teens
Send Your Kids to College on Other People’s Cash
Everything you believe to be true about the high school to college process is a lie, and is keeping you and your teen in college debt. Find out what it really takes to send your kids to college (without selling a kidney) and when you should start. 
Education Family & Parenting
College & Universities Parenting +2