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Financial Literacy Month Speaker Series: How does financial literacy impact Gen-Z?

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Join Yanely Espinal from Next Gen Personal Finance for this panel discussion about the changing landscape of financial literacy and empowerment as it pertains to the current generation of young adults. Panelists will include Zach Stotz from Oregon State University’s Center for Advancing Financial Education, Javier Gomez a previous Fellow of Financial Beginnings Oregon, and Denys Isordia Matilde and Sarvodaya Singh, both current Fellows of Financial Beginnings Oregon.

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April 22, 2022 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Virtual Conference

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