Understanding Financial Health: Race and the Financial Lives of Young Adults and Students
When & Where
Noon to 1:30 PM EDT
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For National Financial Literacy Month, our April FedTalk will invite public policy and education experts to discuss race and the financial lives of students and young adults (18-36 years old). They will explore the existing disparities in financial health outcomes and the unique challenges experienced by communities of color. They will also discuss the structural conditions that play a role in deciding what types of opportunities will be available to different groups of people and the implications financial literacy education has in narrowing the racial wealth gap.
A Q&A session will follow the discussion.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
Noon to 1:30 pm EDT
Moderator: Alexandria Halmbacher, Manager, Education and Museum Outreach, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
- Abdullah Al‐Bahrani, Associate Professor of Economics and the Director of the Center for Economics Education, Northern Kentucky University
- Khaz Finley, Supervisor, Education and Museum Outreach, Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
- Thea Garon, Senior Director, Financial Health Network
- Angela Lowery, Director, Financial Empowerment College and Career Readiness, United Way of Summit & Medina County