Speaker Series: Fall 2008

Speaker Series: Fall 2008

This Semester's Speakers

Fall Kick Off

Nathan Dugan

Back by popular demand. When it comes to the subject of money and values, Nathan Dungan is one of the most sought-after speakers in America. He is the founder and president of Share Save Spend ®, an organization that help youth and adults achieve Financial SanityTM by developing and maintaining healthy financial habits. Nathan will address 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.

Personal Budgeting 101

Tiffany Kirk

Tiffany Kirk, City County Federal Credit Union, answers questions regarding what every college student needs to know about creating and living on a budget. How to identify between wants and needs? How do I live within my means?

Seduction of Credit Cards and Understanding Credit Scores/Reports: What You Really Need to Know

Shannon Doyle

Shanon Doyle is a Certified Credit Counselor, Lutheran Social Services, answers the questions:
What did I sign? What are the credit card terms and how to control credit card behavior? And, what is wrong with paying just the minimum balance?

The Ugly Side of Credit: Dealing with Identity Theft, Credit Report Disputes and Debt Collectors

Mark Vavreck

Mark Vavreck, Attorney at Scrimshire, Martineau, Goncko and Vavreck, talks about Identity Theft: what it is an how to protect yourself from becoming one of the countless victims. And, how to respond to credit report disputes and debt collectors.

Everything You Need to Know about Auto and Life Insurance

Geri Martin

Geri Martin, a State Farm Agent, talks about auto and life insurance. What exactly does "no fault" insurance mean? What type of auto insurance should I buy? When is it necessary to buy life insurance?