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  • Gail Hillebrand at Summit 16

    Visa Showcases Innovative Financial Resources at the NFCC's 51st Annual Conference
    Rhonda Ashburn, Senior Director of Financial Education Programs with the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), describes the takeaways from the NFCC 51st Annual Conference in Washington D.C. The event showcased Visa's innovative financial resources including a demonstration of NFL-themed Financial Football game by Visa's Head of U.S. Financial Education Hugh Norton. View video

  • Gail Hillebrand at Summit 16

    Interview with Summit 16 Panelist Shu-pui Li
    Designate Executive Director of Financial Infrastructure at the Hong Kong Monetary Authority (HKMA), Shu-pui Li, reflects on the panel discussion at the 2016 Financial Literacy Summit, co-hosted by Visa and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago. Li discusses innovative changes in financial education and how the inclusion of various sectors of the field is enhancing programs worldwide. View video

  • Gail Hillebrand at Summit 16

    Visa's Norton Speaks About New Financial Education Online Tools at NFCC Connect
    The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC), is the nation's largest and longest-serving nonprofit financial counseling organization, hosted its 51st annual NFCC conference themed Building a Brighter Financial Future. Visa's Head of U.S. Financial Education Hugh Norton presented at the event in Washington, DC talking about what's new in online tools and mobile apps for financial education. Read more

  • Gail Hillebrand at Summit 16

    Interview with Summit 16 Panelist Ana Pantelic
    Ana Pantelic, Director of Business and Partnership Development at Fundación Capital, stresses the importance of moving forward the barriers of financial literacy with technology at the 2016 Financial Literacy Summit. Pantelic discusses how innovative companies and organizations are building the critical foundation of personal finance knowledge citizens need to be financially healthy and make informed decisions. View Video

  • Gail Hillebrand at Summit 16

    Visa Interviews Panelist Gail Hillebrand at Summit 16
    Gail Hillebrand, Associate Director for Consumer Education and Engagement at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, discusses how financial literacy is at a tipping point to giving people the skills that allow them to use knowledge in a changing marketplace. Hillebrand's panel discussed how tech advancements are affecting financial education across the globe, including government policies and educational practices. View Video


Personal Finance

Graduated and On Your Own: Now What? - College Grads: Landing a Job Financial Soccer Showcased in Chicago Educating Your Kids

Graduated and On Your Own: Now What?
Fall is here and school is back in session but for many graduates, it's out for good. Being on your own for the first time offers a perfect opportunity to set yourself up for success. Read more

College Grads: Landing a Job
It's time to roll up your sleeves and put that lifetime of education to work for you. Finding the right job isn't easy. Read on for tips, advice and tools that will help ensure a successful search. Read more

Educating Your Kids
It's never too early to start teaching your kids about money. Share these fun, age-appropriate activities to lay the foundation for a successful financial future. Read more

Educators

curriculum - Innovative Educator - Roadmap for Educators

Classroom Curriculum for 9–12 Grade Students
Engage your 9-12 grade students in our financial literacy curriculum with 22 comprehensive, standards-aligned lessons on money management.
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September's Innovative Educator
After observing a lack of discussion around teaching financial literacy, Maureen Neuner became an educator devoted to making a difference in students' lives.
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Roadmap for Educators
Discover the wide array of free resources on Practical Money Skills and how to use them in your classroom.
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