Necati Celik

Sr. Associate, Program
Financial Health Network
ncelik@finhealthnetwork.org

As a Senior Associate on the Program team, Necati Celik dreams of an economy no one is excluded from and works with data to help our stakeholders understand the financial health landscape and provide insights on what can be done to improve financial health of households.

Before joining the Financial Health Network, Necati earned his PhD in Economics from the University of Utah in 2017 and worked as a college professor. In his free time, he enjoys cycling and landscape photography.

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