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Orman started out as a financial adviser at Merrill Lynch, founding the successful Suze Orman Financial Group in 1987.Orman studied hard to learn about all sorts of investing opportunities, and she did well for her customers.In 1983, she left to join another firm as a vice president. Orman got her first media exposure through a local radio station after writing to complain about another guest that provided incorrect information on an investment product.She ended up in Berkeley, California, where she eventually landed a waitressing job at the Buttercup Bakery.During her seven years at the bakery, Orman pursued a dream of opening up her own restaurant.Knowing little about money management or investing, Orman sought help from a representative at Merrill Lynch.She met with a broker, and put her money into an account there.She went on to win the 2005 Gracie Allen Award for Outstanding Program Host—a feat she repeated in 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009.She also won a second Daytime Emmy Award in 2006 for Outstanding Service Show Host for that she "believed the CEOs that went on television..told everyone it was going to be OK, that they were fine." Orman indicated that the crisis was a wake-up call for many."The next Saturday I went down there and did a show.After that, my phone started to ring off the hook," Orman told .