CFSI team members present at a broad spectrum of national events. Below is a listing of upcoming engagements. See our past speaking engagements page for a listing of past events.
Ryan Falvey to discuss the latest innovations for the underserved at the Future of Money and Technology Summit. To learn more about the conference or to register, click here.
Rachel Schneider will join a panel of experts to discuss the kinds of investments and innovations that can help foster economic empowerment and financial inclusion for Americans. Learn more and register today.
Kimberly Gartner will speak during the luncheon at Consumer Action’s National Consumer Empowerment Conference. She will explore the power of mobile technology in building consumer financial health.
Jennifer Tescher will speak at Money 20/20 in a session titled, "Consumers' Changing Relationships with Financial Services: New Research." She will share initial findings from recent survey data collected for CFSI's upcoming Consumer Financial Health Study. To learn more about the session or Money 20/20, click here.
Josh Sledge joins the conversation at Bank On 2.0 to explore new technologies that are improving consumers' access and use of financial services. The panel will be moderated by Melissa Koide, US Department of the Treasury. Learn more here.
Jennifer Tescher will join a panel titled "The Future of Wealth Building" at the "Millennials Rising" symposium organized by the New America Foundation, Young Invincibles, the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network, and the Federal Reserve of St. Louis.
Jeanne Hogarth joins as discussant on a panel titled "Effect of Financial Education and Ability on Outcomes." Learn more about the panel and conference here.
Following a screening of the documentary Spent: Looking for Change, Jennifer Tescher and other thought leaders, industry experts, and policymakers will discuss how financial products can be designed to help families to build healthier financial lives.
Please join IDEO.org, CFSI and JPMorgan Chase & Co. for a workshop on human-centered design and the Financial Solutions Lab. During this session, IDEO.org will guide participants through a mix of case studies and a design challenge to highlight how human-centered design can be used to create innovative solutions to promote financial security and enhance financial capability programs. The insights from this session will help inform the challenges and competitions in the Financial Solutions Lab.
Speakers for this session include:
Matt Taylor, IDEO.org
John Won, IDEO.org
Colleen Briggs, JPMorgan Chase Foundation
Josh Sledge, Center for Financial Services Innovation
This session is free with a paid registration to CFED’s 2014 Assets Learning Conference.