Monday, June 6, 2022 4:11 PM
The Iowa Credit Union Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Iowa Credit Union League, recently announced the graduates of the 2022 People Helping People Financial Coaching Program. Thirty-six participants from 12 credit unions graduated from the program, which took place virtually in May. Participants were immersed in learning and simulation to help them better understand how a person’s relationship with money can affect their financial decisions and lead to potential difficulties. Financial coaches serve as member advocates who can help credit union members through difficult financial situations. The curriculum for the program was developed in partnership with Adam Carroll, founder of National Financial Educators in Des Moines. “The foundation strongly believes that credit unions in Iowa can have a greater impact on the communities they serve by providing in-depth financial coaching, helping members set financial goals, and determining the best path to follow when situations seem dire,” said Ena Babic Barnes, executive director of ICUF. The list of graduates can be found at this link.
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