Newsletter Issue: May 2017
- Want to keep customers coming back? Join the Clinic and The Prosperity Agenda for a free virtual presentation TODAY at 1pm EDT!
- Workforce development practitioners – the Clinic’s three-part series is back! Join us on Thursdays, starting June 1, to learn best practices for building the financial security of jobs seekers.
“There is no safety for survivors of domestic and sexual violence without economic security”
Last week, the Center for Survivor Agency and Justice (CSAJ) released the Guidebook on Consumer & Economic Civil Legal Advocacy for Survivors, a comprehensive and survivor-centered guide for domestic violence attorneys and legal advocates. It was developed in partnership with a cadre of on-the-ground advocates, attorneys, and organizational partners – including The Financial Clinic’s own, Amy Cao!
Empowerment in Action
The Clinic works with New York City domestic violence providers to bring financial security strategies to survivors so they can gain the financial independence they deserve. Read more about the inspiring work our partners are accomplishing.
Then, see the results achieved by financial coaches working one-on-one with survivors – click here to read their successes!
Social Spotlight: Scale and Impact
ICYMI: The Clinic has released its very first Scale and Impact Report – The Road So Far: Wins in Policy, Practice, and Product.
The Clinic Across the Country
Speaking Engagements, Presentations, and Features
The Clinic staff have been busy, offering their expertise at various conferences and presentations. A selection of recent appearances include:
- Clinic Founder and CEO, Mae Watson Grote, and COO, Martin D’Andrade, joined fellow members of nLIFT (Nonprofit Leaders in Financial Technology) for a convening in New York City May 9-11 to bring their collective experiences to work towards the expansion of inclusive financial technologies.