Bahiyah Shabazz​ (pronounced BYE'HE'YAH SHA'BAZZ)

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Global Financial Consultant. Economist. Author. Speaker. 



Bahiyah Shabazz is known as a community leader to advocate building wealth and closing the equity gap. She also works with entrepreneurs and small businesses to ensure outlook represents sound financial decisions. Shabazz advises on how to break down numbers through a financial and economic background to rebuild for profit through planning and investing.

Shabazz uses her time wisely as a business owner to work as an executive director for Brown Girls Do Invest and a global financial consultant for Decimalytics. She is known to be quite loquacious, which is why she was excited to become a TEDx speaker. Shabazz is the author of multiple personal finance books and an Adjunct Faculty at Ivy Tech College teaching Economics. 

Bahiyah Shabazz is currently a Doctoral Candidate for the Doctor of Business Administration specializing in Finance at Walden University. She received her MBA from the University of Phoenix and a Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University. She also holds a Global Financial Crisis certificate from Yale University, a public policy certificate, behavior economics, and a former financial advisor.

Shabazz is a proud member of the National Society of Leadership Success, National Association for Business Economics, NAACP, Urban League of Northwest Indiana, Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc., Women in Public Funds, International Rotary Club, and Financial Advisors Network.

​​​​​Often, she appears as a guest on the nation's television and radio networks. Bahiyah Shabazz emerged as a financial expert on Yahoo Finance, Business Insider, TEDxGary, Black Enterprise, Urban Business Roundtable, Equifax Finance, Debt.com, Black Women's Expo, Berkshire Hathaway Annual Shareholders Meeting, Rolling Out, The Savvy Sistah, HER Magazine, Industry Buzz, The Savvy Sistah, Curvy Magazine, ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, Lakeshore TV News, Gary Television Network, 92.3 WPWX, and 102.3 WYCA, and a variety of other media outlets.