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Feb 1, 2019

In 2014, four-time Olympian Lauryn Williams became the first American woman to win medals in both the summer and the winter Olympics. While she began in track and field, an injury sidelined her, and a chance encounter led to a silver medal in bobsledding.

As lucrative endorsements started racing in, the then 20-year-old realized that she lacked the knowledge to make informed financial decisions. Now she wields her experience to coach athletes as a kick-ass financial planner with an MBA and a financial planning certification (CFP) under her belt. Her book, The Oval Office: A Four-Time Olympian's Guide to Professional Track & Field, teaches young athletes how to make their sport into a career. Find out more on this episode of SheVentures.