Farah Manjiyani

Manager, Product
fmanjiyani@finhealthnetwork.org

As a Manager on the Solutions team, Farah oversees a portfolio of products designed to create learning and engagement opportunities to help organizations improve financial health. She is passionate about advancing the Financial Health Network’s mission to create a more equitable financial future where everyone can thrive. 

Farah works to develop solutions that can educate and inspire financial health change, including the redesign of the organization’s FinX workshop as a virtual experience during the pandemic. FinX enables business leaders and organizations to spend the day in a struggling consumer’s shoes, gaining insights that can help shape better finhealth solutions. As a member of the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee, Farah also guides productive dialogue to foster an inclusive workplace. 

Previously, Farah worked as a tax consultant at Deloitte, where she learned the principles of building strong client relationships. She has also served as a volunteer teacher for the Ismaili Community over the last 10 years, which has influenced her skills to craft meaningful and relevant learning experiences in the workplace. 

Farah holds her master’s degree in Accounting from the University of Notre Dame and her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Belmont University. 

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