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Erika Kullberg Husband, Net Worth, Age, Wedding & Ethnicity



Erika Kullberg

Erika Kullberg is a lawyer and personal finance expert. Let’s get to know more about her career, Net worth, Husband, Ethnicity, and Wedding/Marriage.

Pressing on, Kullberg is a graduate of Georgetown Law, where she founded the Georgetown Law Entrepreneurship Club and the University of Notre Dame.

She has been featured on Inc. Magazine, CNBC, U.S. News & World Report, Business Insider, the Washington Post among others. She runs a Youtube channel where she shares her passion for personal finance and how she paid off over $200,000 in student loans in under 2 years.

The Youtuber left her job as a corporate lawyer at a big firm to work for herself. According to INSIDER.

She’d been making six figures, but she knew she had to go when her employer refused to accommodate her during a family emergency. She told Insider.

At age 30, Kullberg had established 12 revenue streams after leaving her corporate career, several of which are now passive sources of income.

She has been able to grow her Youtube channel to 215,000 subscribers. Affiliate marketing is how she makes money passively from her channel. She earns a commission when she provides links to things or services she uses and others buy.

Erika Kullberg Husband and Wedding

Yes, Erika is married.

During an interview with Wildly Wealthy Life, Erika Kullberg spoke about how she found a guy and got married to him in Tokyo.

“I ended up in Tokyo right after law school. I spent about half my childhood in Japan. My mom is Japanese, my dad’s American” She added.

The name of her husband is unknown.

Erika Kullberg Ethnicity

Erika Kullberg has a fantastic nationality. She was born to an American father and a Japanese mother.

Erika has been able to amass 61k followers on Instagram and 3.7 million followers on Tiktok.

Erika Kullberg Net Worth 2022

As of 2022, Erika Kullberg’s Net worth is $1.2 million.

Erika Kullberg Age

Erika is 32 years old. She was born on January 12, 1990.

I enjoy writing about sports news, business, scholarship programs, and movies, among other topics. When I'm not creating content, I'm most often playing chess.