The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions wants to let you know about the Financial Capability Summit happening May 10, 2017 in Tacoma. It's a great opportunity to network and work together to change the lives of those affected by poverty.
The Financial Capability Summit 2017 is a one-day forum to explore what security and choice mean in financial capability and how that work can change lives for people who have been generationally affected by poverty. Bringing together more than 100 professionals from Washington, Oregon and Idaho who serve communities impacted by poverty, The Summit will explore ways that organizational development and program design drive change.
May 10, 2017
Tacoma Art Museum
9:00am – 5:00pm
The Summit talks will cover:
- Diversity and Discrimination in Financial Capability Programs
- Acknowledging the Savviness of People
- Health Disparities and Economic Security
- Pushing against the Role of Systems
- Dignity vs Survival: What Does it Mean to be Poor
- Addressing Racial Equity in Financial Capability Programs
- $125 general admission
- $135 general admission + museum tour
- $100 group discount (10 or more)