The Aspen Institute Financial Security Program (Aspen FSP) is pleased to host a public lunchtime event to release the “Short-Term Financial Stability: A Foundation for Security and Well-Being” brief on Thursday, April 25 at Noon.
Over the last year, Aspen FSP has convened the Consumer Insights Collaborative, an effort across nine leading nonprofits to collectively understand and amplify data about the financial lives of low- and moderate-income households for the public good. As part of this work, these organizations have collectively informed a report exploring how short-term financial stability provides the foundation for financial security and well-being.
On Thursday, April 25th, Aspen FSP hosted a public lunchtime event to release the report. This event will feature a short presentation highlighting the key findings of the report, followed by a moderated panel exploring the issues that households face with balancing income and expenses in ways that allow them to build liquidity and a platform of financial stability. Lunch will be available beginning at 11:30am and the event will commence at noon with the public panel.
Please contact Emy Urban at [email protected] if you have any questions.
- Ida Rademacher, Vice President, The Aspen Institute, Executive Director, The Aspen Institute Financial Security Program
- Evelyn Stark, Assistant Vice President for Financial Inclusion, MetLife Foundation
- Sheida Elmi, Research Manager, The Aspen Institute Financial Security Program
MODERATED PANEL TO INCLUDE
- David Henderson, Chief Data Officer, Family Independence Initiative (FII)
- Sophie Sahaf, Chief Program Officer, LIFT
- Tim Lucas, Director of Research, EARN
- Genevieve Melford, Director of Insights and Evidence, Program Director of EPIC, The Aspen Institute Financial Security Program