FPA Connect: The Women's Wealth Gap
What It Is, Why It Matters, and What Can Be Done About It
August 17, 2017 @ 12 - 1 PM ET
1 CEU for AFCPE® and CFP® Professionals
Open to AFCPE & FPA Members
Open to AFCPE & FPA Members
Our robust national discussion about gender inequality typically focuses on wage disparities, yet recent research shows that the women’s wealth gap is far greater than the income gap. Women earn 79 cents on the dollar compared to men, yet they own only 32 cents on the dollar. For women of color, the gap is a chasm: Black and Latina women own only pennies on the dollar, compared to both white men and white women.
Join this webinar to learn more about the drivers of the women’s wealth gap; how it affects the financial security – and financial choices – of families, and emerging policy and practical solutions that build wealth for low-income women and women of color.
Heather McCulloch is the founder and director of the Closing the Women’s Wealth Gap Initiative, a national network of 175 leaders from across the nonprofit, philanthropic and public sectors who are working to advance policies and strategies that build wealth for low-income women and women of color (www.womenswealthgap.org). Ms. McCulloch is also founder and principal of Asset Building Strategies, a consulting firm that advances policies and strategies to build the financial security of low-wealth individuals and families (www.assetbuildingstrategies.com).
Saundra Davis is a nationally recognized financial coach and educator. Her experience in the U.S. Navy, where she made EVERY money mistake possible, and her twenty years serving community based organizations led her to the reality that the best way to help people find a path out of poverty is to help them become their OWN financial expert. Now, as a financial coach, educator, and consultant, Saundra is nationally recognized as an expert in the financial coaching field. Her work has helped to shape financial coaching programs around the country and her high-energy comprehensive training programs inspire nonprofit staff to become true experts in the field. Ms. Davis holds a B.S. in Management and an M.S. in Financial Planning from Golden Gate University where she is currently an adjunct professor in the Personal Financial Planning program.
Joanna Smith-Ramani is the Associate Director at the Aspen Institute Financial Security Program, leading work on the Expanding Prosperity Impact Collaborative (EPIC), a neutral, first-of-its-kind initiative in the field of consumer finance designed to accelerate knowledge synthesis and problem solving among a wide cross section of experts from applied, academic, government, and industry settings working on critical dimensions of financial security. Joanna possesses over 15 years of community development, community development finance, and personal finance/asset development experience. Prior to joining FSP, Joanna served as Senior Innovation Director at the D2D Fund, leading the unit that designs, tests, and evaluates promising financial service innovations. In her role there, she developed innovations to improve savings and financial capability including: Prize-linked Savings, Tax Time Savings, Gamification, Emergency Savings, and Youth Savings. Joanna holds a master’s in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School and a B.A. in Urban Studies from Barnard College, Columbia University.
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Date: August 17, 2017
Time: 12 - 1 PM ET