Financial Literacy and Well-being Advisory Committee
The NASPA Financial Literacy and Well-being Advisory Committee consists of individuals from a variety of professional levels and various backgrounds. These leaders offer experiences and familiarity with financial management to assist in building the curriculum to develop financial literacy and well-being initiatives, engage with one another in our own financial management learning process, and ensure that the resources and learning opportunities are relevant to members’ needs.
|Jenny||Cotton||Executive Director of Housing and Residence Life||Georgia Institute of Technology|
|Kara||Cunny||Military Affiliated Student Outreach and Programs Coordinator||College of Lake County|
|Candace||Henry||Assistant Director of Financial Education and Outreach||University of South Florida|
|Darryl||Holloman||Vice President for Student Affairs||Spelman College|
|Holley||Linkous||Faculty Member||Purdue University Global|
|Suzanne||Matthews||Director, Center for Financial and Economic Education||Westchester Community College|
|Kevin||Wright||Senior Equity Facilitator/Consultant||Center for Equity and Inclusion|
|Brad||Yeckley||Assistant Director, Niner Finances||University of North Carolina at Charlotte|
|Stephanie||Gordon||Vice President for Professional Development||NASPA|
|Amelia||Parnell||Vice President for Research and Policy||NASPA|
|Amy||Geist||Director of Strategic Initiatives||NASPA|
|Asha'||Jones||Assistant Director, JEDI and KC Engagement Initiatives||NASPA|
Over the next year, NASPA will provide several events focusing on the financial literacy and well-being of our members. From online learning events to in-person speakers, the Financial Literacy and Well-being Advisory Committee will provide a curriculum highlighting the knowledge and skills one needs to understand and put into action!
Demystifying Financial Well-being for New Professionals
Wednesday, February 16, 2022
3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. ET
Join Martina Edwards and a group of colleagues as we navigate the seemingly complicated world of financial well-being. Click here to register for the event.
Ongoing Financial Planning for Mid-to-Senior Level Student Affairs Educators
Wednesday, March 9, 2022
As individuals navigate their careers in student affairs and head into their mid-to-senior-level roles, there is a lot to think about in the financial world! From saving for emergencies, planning for retirement, ensuring that one has enough insurance, and beyond, what should you be thinking about in this point in your career when it comes to the financial well-being. Join Martina Edwards for a continued discussion on what it means to build your relationship with your financial future.
As a free webinar for NASPA members, we hope you'll join the conversation to develop your financial well-being plan. Register today!
NASPA Annual Conference - Keynote Speaker - Julianne Malveaux
Tuesday, March 22, 2022
1:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m. ET
Join Julianne Malveaux at the NASPA Annual Conference in Baltimore, Maryland - or online during the NASPA Virtual Experience! Dr. Malveaux is an economist, author, activist, entrpreneur, and educator. She has written about virtually every aspect of the Black experience and demographic shifts and their impact on the economy. She has written about health, wealth, gender, intersectionality, law, and public policy. Don't miss this amazing opportunity to hear Dr. Malveaux talk about the ecomonic wealth gap and its connection to our nation's history of racial economic envy.