May FCC Webinar Recap | Family-Centered Coaching and Its Tools

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May FCC Webinar Recap | Family-Centered Coaching and Its Tools

Fresh off an amazing Financial Capability Summit, we held our monthly webinar series highlighting Family-Centered Coaching. 

This month, we discussed the Family-Centered Coaching approach and its many benefits. Joining us this month was Melissa Sommer of the Brighton Center, who along with our Lead Consulting Trainer, Devin Stubblefield, discussed the impact of this approach within her organization.

If you'd like to learn more about FCC and its tools, contact Rachel Brooks at rachelb@theprosperityagenda.org to schedule a training

Click, HERE to download the webinar presentation.

 

Join us for our next webinar!

Date: Thursday, July 19th

Time: 10:00 AM (PST)/1:00 PM (EST)

 

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2018 FCS Speakers Announced

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2018 FCS Speakers Announced

The 2018 Financial Capability Summit is fast approaching, and we're excited to announce this year's panel of speakers who will be discussing various topics surrounding the narrative of poverty and its effect on financial capability.

What role does poverty's narrative play in how we serve families and individuals?

This year's theme, Poverty's Story: Reconstructing the Narrative Through Organizational Change, is sure to inspire great discussion and action. Don't miss out on the amazing talks by our panel. Tickets are now on sale and will sell out!

2018 Summit Speakers

Jhumpa Bhattacharya
Director of Racial Equity and Strategy

Insight Center for Community Economic Development

Karen Dove
Executive Director
Apprenticeship & Nontraditional Employment for Women

Ernesto Fonseca
Chief Executive Officer
Hacienda Community Development Corp

Bill Henkel
Executive Director
Community Action Skagit County

Ted Piccolo
Executive Director
Northwest Native Development Fund

Anne Price
President
Insight Center for Community Economic Development

Dave Willard
Vice President, Clean, Safe and Outreach Operations
Downtown Seattle Association

Dion Willis
PC/Job Training Instructor, Community Jobs
YWCA Seattle

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Our Innovation Lab

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Our Innovation Lab

The Prosperity Agenda’s Innovation Lab is where our programs, services, and solutions are developed. In partnership with nonprofits, government agencies, financial institutions and employers, we create programs that make meaningful change for families experiencing poverty.

We start small and measure impact in real time. As we test solutions in quick cycles, we can iterate quickly on the direct feedback from staff and families. This allows us to continuously improve and ensure that we are meeting the needs of those experiencing poverty. 

We're always looking for new partnerships. Whether you'd like to donate to our efforts, join the design team, or have an interesting problem you'd like help solving - let's have a conversation. Contact us at design@theprosperityagenda.org.

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