Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says improving Georgians’ financial literacy is a key part of his office’s mission.
In that vein, this week he is promoting the second annual edition of the “She Leads” program, which looks to improve investor education and money confidence for women in the state.
“It is truly my honor to host these seminars,” said Raffensperger. “I believe it is my duty to encourage Georgians on their journey to financial literacy and I am grateful we can provide this no-cost curriculum thanks to our generous sponsor, the Investor Protection Trust.”
The “She Leads” program will take place in in Tifton, Georgia on the campus of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College this Friday, September 20th. The seminar will feature interactive exercises, and facilitated group discussions designed to increase attendees’ knowledge about money, their own personal relationship to money, and financial issues and strategies for increasing their money confidence.
Learn more about the program and hear from Raffensperger himself in the below video from Georgia CEO: