From Dream to Reality:
Freedom in Financial Choice and Security

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

Download documents from The Summit

AGENDA
SPEAKER PRESENTATIONS
BREAKOUT SESSION HANDOUTS

The Summit consist of:

  • A full day to be creative and engaged in thought-provoking conversations and design sessions with others who are similarly dedicated to building innovative programs and services for the people we care about in our communities.
  • Short, impactful talks from 9 presenters who will reveal insights and practices that can have an immediate impact on the financial capability work you do. 
  •  Exploring racial equity in the work of financial capability and hearing new ways of approaching the integration of financial capability into community services such as community health and workforce training. 

Speakers


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Getting There

 

Tacoma Art Museum
1701 Pacific Ave
Tacoma, WA 98402

Parking
Parking is available below and around the building in numbered stalls marked with “TAM”, and is managed by Republic Parking Northwest. The cost for parking is is $2 an hour with an all-day rate of $12 for up to 10 hours. For additional parking information or transportation options, click here.

For Accommodation information, click here


Learn about last year’s Summit in the 2016 IDEAS Report

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For special dietary needs contact traceyp@theprosperityagenda before April 25th at 3 pm. Cancellations accepted until May 5, 2017. Substitutions are always welcome.


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