Meet Samirian



Samirian Hill

Samirian Hill, also known as The MoneyWise Teacher, is the President and founder of BudgetWise Financial Solutions, LLC, a financial education and consultancy firm.   Samirian teaches professional women and business owners how to prepare, protect and plan their financial futures so that they can live purposeful lives and prosper.   She has a reputation for making complex financial concepts simple and bringing clarity to chaos.

With over 15 years experience as a licensed financial professional, Samirian is no stranger to the world of money.  She has a Bachelor of Science in Financial Investments and Money Markets from Wayne State University and a Master of Business Administration with emphasis in Finance from the University of Detroit.

She started BudgetWise Financial Solutions out of her desire to see people move beyond repetitive money issues to living lives of freedom and purpose.   Using key strategies, tools and a step-by-step approach, she will guide you to transform your relationship with money and get you on the path towards financial freedom!

” What I strive for is to connect with the people that I serve; building trust, delivering quality personalized service, and creating lasting results.”     Samirian          Engage – Educate -Empower



  • Detroit Smart Pages – Money Columnist
  • B.L.A.C. Magazine – Former Columnist
  • Center for Empowerment and Economic Development – (CEED) Loan Committee
  • Women Informal Network  – Former Economic Chairperson
  • Federal Reserve Bank – Money Smart Week Partner
  • Great Lakes Michigan America Saves Week – Advisory Council
  • Michigan JumpStart Coalition – Former Partner
  • Word Of Faith International Christian Center – Member


“When I asked Samirian to be a facilitator, I was impressed by her enthusiasm and her passion. W. Clement Stone said, ‘When you discover your mission, you will feel its demand. It will fill you with enthusiasm and a burning desire to get to work on it.’ Samirian has found her mission. Samirian’s passion and enthusiasm to educate and equip people with the knowledge of finances and basic money principles is a breath of fresh air.”

Karen D. Griffin, BSHA, MBA


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