Wednesday, November 3

Schedule

11:00 AM – 11:05 AM CT
Welcome and Opening Remarks

Rob Levy, Vice President, Financial Health Network


11:05 AM – 11:25 AM CT
How Government Data Can Drive FinHealth Action

A timely conversation about what the government does – and does not – measure when assessing financial health outcomes. Join us as we discuss the importance of the government in developing equitable measures that encompass all areas of household resilience and prosperity, and how this data could better the economic landscape.


11:25 AM – 12:00 PM CT
Investing in Community-Based Research

Inclusive and equitable research practices must give voice to the communities and people they study. Increasing efforts to involve and learn from communities directly has led to changes in language, methods, and outcomes. This panel will discuss power dynamics of traditional research methods and explore the evolving nature of the field.


12:00 PM – 12:20 PM CT
Taking the FinHealth Pulse of 2021

The Financial Health Pulse® provides regular updates and actionable insights about financial health in America. Using ongoing surveys and transactional data, we explore consumer trends to understand how the financial health of U.S. households is changing over time. Hear from the two lead authors of the 2021 Financial Health Pulse report (released mid-October) as they present this year’s key findings and trends on the financial health of Americans during an eventful year.


12:20 PM – 12:50 PM CT
From One Unprecedented Year to the Next: Insights From the Experts

Travel restrictions, stimulus checks, food bank lines, child tax credits… 2021 was full of unprecedented economic events that impacted financial health for different people and communities in vastly different ways. What does it all mean, and where is it all going? Join our concluding panel of leading experts from across sectors as they debate 2021’s long-term impact on financial health across race, gender, geography, and more.


12:50 PM – 1:00 PM CT
Closing Remarks