You are invited to attend Exploring Financial Resiliency & Mobility: 2016 National Community Affairs Conference hosted by the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City on September 7-8, 2016 in Kansas City.
Join national leaders to explore the impact of health, housing, jobs, education and consumer finance on the financial resiliency and mobility of low- and moderate-income communities. Conference sessions are designed to blend current research with innovative programs and practices.
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- Jennifer Tescher, Center for Financial Services Innovation
- Nick Bourke, Pew Charitable Trusts
- Rachel Garfield, Kaiser Family Health Foundation
- Isabelle Sawhill, Brookings Institution
- Laura Scherler, United Way Worldwide
Keynote presentations and concurrent sessions will address:
Changing role of housing • Financial decision-making strategies • Small dollar lending
Interplay of health and financial stability • Collective impact strategies
Who Should Attend:
Community-based organizations, policymakers, researchers, lenders, foundation staff and government leaders serving low- and moderate-income communities.
Early-bird registration is $150 through August 9. Regular registration is $200 from August 10-29.
For additional information, contact Terri Derendinger at Terri.Derendinger@kc.frb.org.