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I'm certified through the National Financial Educators Council, I've been in this field for ten plus years, and life experience.
FinLit stemmed from being the product of a community with limited resources when it came to financial literacy. I kept running into a lot of people when I taught classes that stated "I wish I knew this information earlier" or " I wish they would have taught this in school". I want to limit this for the upcoming generation. I want them to thrive as in have 740 credit scores out of high school and college; become homeowners; understand how to manage their finances and more.