John Thompson


John is the President of Attune (, a B2B technology platform from the Financial Health Network that enables organizations to optimize for financial health.

Launched in early 2021, Attune is the culmination of years of research and in-market testing in measuring and improving financial health outcomes, especially for the low- to moderate-income families and people of color who are disproportionately financially challenged. Financial services companies, healthcare firms and employers across sectors can use Attune to quickly understand the financial health needs of their customers and employees, learn what specific actions to take and track their impact over time.

John joined the Financial Health Network in 2014 and most recently served as its Chief Program Officer, designing and driving an integrated group of strategies to foster promising innovations that advance consumer financial health.

John holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Kansas and has worked at the intersection of technology, finance, and inclusion his entire career. Outside of work, he’s a music creator and sports lover. He lives in Kansas City with his wife Janette, their children Darby, Lillian, and Holland.

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