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About Annette

Annette Harris is a certified Financial Fitness Coach and has been a noteworthy leader in the financial and human resources industry for over 13 years. Annette is a U.S. Army veteran and the Founder of Harris Financial Coaching. She can also be credited with volunteering with local and national nonprofit organizations.

Annette has been honored with the 2021 Jacksonville Business Journal HR Impact Award for her contributions to the human resources field. She holds a Juris Master Degree from Florida State University, is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, and currently resides in Florida with her spouse and children.

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Harris Financial Coaching holds the following business certifications: Certified Military Spouse Owned; Florida Woman, Minority, & Veteran-Owned; and Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business.

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