As employer financial wellness programs continue to gain momentum and evolve across sectors, asset-building nonprofits are well positioned to leverage their financial coaching expertise (and product offerings) to enhance outcomes in an area dominated by traditional long-term financial planning companies.
Join this webinar to hear about current research in the field of workplace-based financial wellness programs, including an overview of a recently released brief entitled: “Supporting Employee Financial Stability: How Philanthropy Catalyzes Workplace Financial Coaching Programs” developed by the Center for Financial Security at the University of Wisconsin in partnership with the Asset Funders Network (AFN). The webinar will also highlight the efforts of Working Credit, a nonprofit organization offering an 18-month financial wellness employee benefit with a credit building focus, in particular, their emphasis on credit coaching and products. Lastly, walk away with ideas of how you might collaborate and connect with those tackling this employer-based approach to serving this field.
Hallie Leinhardt, Assistant Director of the Center for Financial Security, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Ricki Granetz Lowitz, Co-Founder and CEO, Working Credit NFP
Kristin Schell, Director of Programs, Working Credit NFP