Many new programs and strategies for helping low-income families to increase their financial security are being developed and tested in Connecticut and in other states. The Collaborative provides the opportunity for a broad group of stakeholders including consumers; policy makers; representatives from non-profit and public agencies, foundations, banks and credit unions, research organizations, local and state government to work together to expand asset building policies and programs for low-income families across the state.
Jonathan Mintz, Commissioner of Consumer Affairs for New York City and co-chair of Cities for Financial Empowerment, will give the keynote address. Commissioner Mintz will highlight emerging program models in New York and other cities. The agenda will also include a “State of the State of Asset Building in Connecticut”; roundtables on topics of interest; and a luncheon organized by region to encourage regional networking.
If you would like an invitation sent to someone else in your agency or another colleague, please send their email address. We look forward to seeing you in November.