Upcoming Events and Trainings

    • 22 May 2024
    • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
    • Zoom
    • 132
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    Assisting Latino families progress from financial crisis to financial wellness is a journey requiring customer-centric strategies strengthening family engagement. Join NeighborWorks America’s Laura Ospino Jaramillo for this program as she outlines how a customer-centered approach to financial wellness can increase the impact of your financial empowerment programs. Laura will also share a journey mapping tool you can use to help families receive the support they need to reach and sustain their financial health goals.


    Join us May 22nd on Zoom to:

    • Understand how a customer-centered approach can increase the impact of financial wellness programs.
    • Utilize customer journey mapping as a tool to increase the impact of their financial wellness programs.

    Our Speaker

    Laura Ospina Jaramillo

    Manager of the Financial Capability Team

    NeighborWorks America

    Laura has a decade of experience in Financial Capability programs and services. From direct services, program management, and train-the-trainer initiatives; Laura is versed in all things financial capabilities. She has ample experience working in Spanish and English with Latine and BIPOC families interested in building assets. Laura has found Financial Capability Coaching the best vehicle to support individuals achieve their financial goals. She believes in the power of a multi-level approach spanning generations of support, from filing their first taxes to buying or maintaining their first home. It is important to her to meet people where they are, respect their fears and understand their strengths.

    In her current position, she is committed to supporting practitioners and individuals in capacity building, sharing best practices, and learning from national industry trends to keep the NeighborWorks network informed and best suited to serve their communities. Laura holds a Bachelor's in Economics from the University of Colorado Boulder, and is committed to systems change that strengthens the economic outcomes of underrepresented communities and individuals.



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    • 24 May 2024
    • 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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    • 152
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    The CARS Rule: Making Auto Assets Accessible

    We often forget that federal agencies have the power to create policy through rulemaking when it is within their allotted jurisdiction, but it is an important aspect of public policy. One shining example of rulemaking policy that could greatly improve the lives of low and moderate income Hoosiers is the CARS Rule.

    The Federal Trade Commission's proposed policy promises to bolster vehicular asset building by making auto dealers actually sell vehicles for their listed price, ensuring transparency with financial consumers. If this policy were to go into effect, the experience of buying a car would no longer include intentionally confusing math or bait-and-switch sale strategies. 

    Join us on Zoom to learn more!

    Attendees will learn...

    • The basics of rulemaking and background on the CARS Rule
    • What the CARS Rule proposes to do & its benefits
    • How to support the CARS Rule


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    • 03 Jun 2024
    • 2:00 PM
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    • 16
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    Solving Homelessness with Housing First

    Session one in a three-part webinar series.

    In the first webinar in this series we talk definitions, background, supporting research, and real examples of implementation of the housing first model in the state of Indiana with Jennifer Layton of Lafayette Transitional Housing Center and Lori Phillips-Steele from the Corporation for Supportive Housing. Both speakers are members of the Indiana Continuum of Care Board of Directors.

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    • 10 Jun 2024
    • 2:00 PM
    • Zoom
    • 58
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    The Criminalization of Homelessness 

    Session two in a three-part webinar series.

    In the second webinar in this series Jesse Rabinowitz from the National Homelessness Law Center debriefs who the Cicero Institute is and their apparent goal to criminalize homelessness. Then a discussion about homelessness criminalization is moderated for the following panelists: Leslea Townsend Cronin from the Homeless Coalition of Southern Indiana, Jordan Stanfill from Northwest Indiana Community Action, Dr. Chelsea Haring-Cozzi from the Coalition for Homelessness Intervention & Prevention, and Adrienne Bush from the Homeless & Housing Coalition of Kentucky.


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    • 17 Jun 2024
    • 2:00 PM
    • Zoom
    • 89
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    Compelling Housing First Narratives

    Session three in a three-part webinar series.

    In the third webinar in this series we hear from Shawn Liu in the Homeless Programs Office at the United States Department of Veterans Affairs about the housing first model’s proven success with veteran populations as an example of a compelling angle to view the issue. After that, Grover Weham-Brown with Housing Narrative Lab explains how to take what was covered in this webinar series and use it to curate & share compelling narratives in favor of the housing first model. Prosperity Indiana’s Andrew Bradley closes with a call to action.


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