Beth Brockland

Vice President, Workplace Solutions
Financial Health Network

Beth partners with the Workplace Market Lead to develop and execute the Financial Health Network’s strategy for financial health in the workplace. With her career background focused on expanding opportunities for underserved communities, Beth is excited about the role that employers can play in helping employees who are financially struggling improve their financial health.

A native Midwesterner and forever a cheesehead at heart, Beth currently lives and works in New Jersey. Beth holds an M.B.A. from the Yale School of Management and a B.A. in Sociology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. When not at the Financial Health Network, Beth is reading a good book, running, or spending time with her young twins.

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