Discussing the history of poverty and its effect on financial capability
The 2018 Financial Capability Summit returns to the Tacoma Art Museum, Thursday, May 10th!
This year's summit is about 'Poverty's Story: Reconstructing the Narrative Through Organizational Change.' We'll dive into the history of poverty and how it has shaped the way financial capability services are delivered in our communities. You'll also learn ways to design and deliver financial capability solutions that create a positive experience for people impacted by poverty.
We're looking forward to this year's talks and the discussions that will take place. We hope to see you there!
When: Thursday, May 10th 9:00am – 4:00pm, Reception from 4:00 - 5:00pm
Where: Tacoma Art Museum - 1701 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA 98402
Cost: $130 (includes lunch)
Karen Dove - Executive Director, ANEW
Ernesto Fonseca - Chief Executive Officer, Hacienda CDC
Bill Henkel - Executive Director, Community Action Skagit County
Ted Piccolo - Executive Director, Northwest Native Development Fund
Anne Price - President, Insight CCED
Dave Willard - Vice President, Clean, Safe and Outreach Operations, DSA
Dion Willis - PC/Job Training Instructor, Community Jobs, YWCA Seattle
A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THIS YEAR'S SPONSORS
Some of the topics you'll hear:
- Harmful Narratives of Poverty
- Adopting a Growth Mindset
- Redefining and Accepting Failure
- How 'Drops in the Bucket' can be Success Measures