Money Math (Financial Literacy)
Thursday, 28 February 2019, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (GMT -04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Join a panel discussion moderated by Sara Gill, Executive Director of Adult Basic Education Association. This webinar will discuss the importance of financial literacy, various resources and curriculum packages available and how to market workshops. Featured panelists will wrap up our 2018-2019 math series with math information relevant to us all! <br> <br> Panelists <br> <ul> <li>Mack Rogers, Executive Director as well as Paul Bishop of ABC Life Literacy Canada (creator of Money Matters, financial literacy curricula with support of TD Bank)</li> <li>Yvonne Thompson, Adult Learning Programs of Perth who has had success marketing Money Matters and has a great video to share about understanding your pay)</li> <li>Helen McLeod, Executive Director Hamilton Literacy Council who delivers ABEA's Financial Literacy Workshop Series)</li> <li> Ningwakwe George Aboriginal educator will share information about the Financial Literacy and Learning for Aboriginals (FLLAME) program.</li>
Sara Gill
Sara has been involved in the adult literacy field since 1998. She is the Executive Director of the Adult Basic Education Association - the Learning Network in Hamilton.
Mack Rogers
Mack Rogers, Executive Director (as well as Paul Bishop)of ABC Life Literacy Canada (creator of Money Matters, financial literacy curricula with support of TD Bank)
Yvonne Thompson
Yvonne Thompson, Adult Learning Programs of Perth has had success marketing Money Matters will share a great video about understanding your pay.
Helen McLeod
Helen McLeod, Executive Director Hamilton Literacy Council delivers Adult Basic Education Association’s Financial Literacy Workshop Series.
Ningwakwe George
Ningwakwe George is an Anishnawbe Kwe from the Chippewas of Saugeen First Nation. She has been involved in Aboriginal education/literacy for thirty years at the local, provincial, national and international levels.
Deb Flynn
Debera Flynn, Executive Director of QUILL Learning Network, has worked in the literacy field for 25 years. She has worked as a practitioner in community-based programs in New Liskeard and then in Timmins supporting learners in small group or 1 to 1settings and monitoring volunteer tutor / learner matches. Debera has seen the literacy field evolve into the system we work in today. Working now at a Literacy Network she supports program managers and staff to build their capacity in supporting learners meet their goals.
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