Money Doesn't Grow on Trees!
Money Doesn't Grow on Trees! is a speaker series geared towards students, addressing current and relevant financial topics. The speaker series began in the Winter of 2008.
Money Management is proud to continue offering a dynamic array of speakers and topics.
Save, Share, Spend: Money & Meaning
Nathan Dungan is a national speaker and founder of Share Save Spend ®, an organization that helps people develop financial sanity. Dungan addresses the impacts of our hyper-consumption society and how we can develop balance between spending with saving and sharing. For over a decade, Nathan's unique presentations on money and the role it plays in our lives have been inspiring audiences of all ages. He provides creative and convincing examples on how to leverage his successful Share Save Spend® approach to money. His presentations offer a process and system to help people talk about, think about and do money in ways that honor their values.
Spending Plans on a Student Paycheck & Personal Budgeting 101
Tiffany Kirk, City County Federal Credit Union, talks about how to better manage your income and prioritize spending by making money choices that are best for you. She also answers questions regarding what every college student needs to know about creating and living on a budget.
Ruth Hayden: Women and Money
Nationally recognized financial consultant, educator and author based out of St. Paul, Minnesota. For 24 years, Hayden's classes have challenged women to take charge of their lives as knowledgeable, strong and focused women. Her "Women and Money" course inspired the book How to Turn Your Money Life Around: The Money Book for Women. As an educator, she is known for her financial innovation in establishing the relationship between emotions and money. Hayden is a 2006 winner for the Upsize Life Award for her work in developing small businesses. She is also a frequent guest and commentator on Public Radio.
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