Personal finance guru Suze Orman has joined Oprah Winfrey's OWN channel, the New York Times reported.

Orman's show on the nascent cabler is titled Money Class and is expected to premiere in the fall. Each episode will feature the 59-year-old Orman helping families and individual reach their financial goals. Until then, the network is featuring Orman in Ask Oprah's All Stars.

A CNBC spokesman said Orman remained “under contract” to host her weekend call-in show The Suze Orman Show.

Orman is the latest openly gay celebrity to join OWN, which launched on January 1.

Former Queer Eye for the Straight Guy “fashion savant” Carson Kressley has signed up for double duty on the network. Kressley is co-hosting Your OWN Show: Oprah's Search for the Next TV Star, which premieres on Friday, and is expected to debut his makeover-themed show Carson-Nation in March.

Also working at the network is former Iron Chef Cat Cora, who is expected to helm a reality show that will feature the celebrity chef helping families whose habits have fallen prey to a busy lifestyle.

In a recent It Gets Better video, Orman told gay teens “People want you to be who you are. … I am proud that I am a lesbian.”