Toya Bush Harris Biography
Toya Bush Harris is a television personality on the Bravo reality television series Married to Medicine. She works with Nomad MD, the family medical concierge business. Toya Bush was born on April 15, 1976 and raised in Detroit, Michigan.
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She was born on April 15, 1976.
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she is married to Dr. Eugene Harris III and has two sons, Ashton and Avery.
Toya Bush-Harris of Bravo TV’s Married to Medicine has roots in Detroit, yet she embraced the family-centered life she has now transplanted to Atlanta. Her career-loving, independent spirit has quieted since becoming a wife and mother: A shift happened when she decided to marry Eugene and become a mother. This was intentional.
The first five years of a child’s life are formative and extremely impressionable. Strong family bonds are formed early on, and a child gets a sense of who they are and how they relate to the world around them. Being a stay at home mother while her children were young allowed her to intimately shape their psyche.
Being primarily a stay at home mother has been a choice. Having numerous years climbing the ladder while obtaining a college degree, she is using the expertise and training to play an active role in both of her son’s education.
Having had experience as a teacher, her hope is that she can continue where the teacher has left off. As a mother and former educator her goal is for her sons to use their classroom experience and her reinforcement as a “Classroom for life.” A Wife and Mother, With A purpose and a Plan!
Toya is currently publishing her first children’s book, SleepyHead Please Go To Bed! Toya believes one of the best gifts she can give is a colorful, inspirational book for young readers and parents to enjoy.
Toya Bush Harris Net Worth – Toya Married to Medicine Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
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Toya Bush-Harris of ‘Married to Medicine’ Confirms She and Husband Eugene Have Paid Off Their $170K Debt: ‘Praise God That Is Over!’
Updated On: 21st August 2018
Toya Bush-Harris is spilling details about coming out of her past financial issues and in an exclusive interview with Atlanta Black Star, she says she and husband Dr. Eugene Harris have put that behind them.
“Praise God that that is something that is over,” Bush-Harris said Tuesday, Aug. 21. “Honestly we left season five, we had our ‘In the Black’ party and for us, that meant that we were mentally at a place where we were no longer going to make childish decisions as it relates to our money and our finances.
“We were also at a place where we had paid off our debt,” she added. “We did it faster than most people and we were excited that God has blessed us with the means to do so.”
She added that the couple’s focus is now on their family and that every financial decision is based on their kids. The couple had racked up nearly $170,000 in debt owed to the IRS, which led Dr. Harris to pick up extra shifts at the hospital as shown on season 4. Still, castmates like Quad Webb-Lunceford felt the Bush-Harris wasn’t taking their financial issues seriously as she dropped some dough on a shopping outing. The moment led Miss Quad to show up to her home posing as if she were auditing Bush-Harris.
“Do I still love to shop? Absolutely. Does he still love to shop and buy me things? Absolutely,” Bush-Harris admitted. “But is that more important than making sure we put that money into our children’s savings account or into their education? Things of that nature.”
Still, Bush-Harris stopped short of saying she’s frugal or that she and her husband are budgeting.
“I did learn to budget but I also just learned to be wiser,” she said, noting that it wasn’t the Bravo series that helped her come to that realization.