Join the Indiana Assets & Opportunity Network for a webinar featuring A&O Steering Committee Member Naomi Bechtold, Family Resource Management Educator at Purdue Extension - Marion County, and her colleagues as they explore methods for maintaining and protecting your assets as you age and how to avoid senior exploitation.
Click here to register for the webinar: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3342036361702363649
About the Presenters:
In her role as an Extension Educator, Naomi provides the link between land grant university research and Indiana residents by creating innovative learning opportunities that address local issues. She works with community partners to create and develop educational programs centered on personal financial management and healthy living.
Naomi has an AB in Public Policy from Duke University and an MBA from Lehigh University. She is in the process of completing her Accredited Financial Counselor certification.
Kelly Griese is the Investor Education Coordinator for the Indiana Secretary of State. Through the Indiana MoneyWise program, she travels the state on a mission to improve financial literacy and educate Hoosiers about investment fraud. Her passion for providing valuable and accurate information to the public began at Ball State University, where Kelly studied telecommunications. She has produced television newscasts in Reno, West Palm Beach, and most recently at WTHR in Indianapolis, where she earned an Emmy Award and National Headliner Award for breaking news. In 2013, she joined the Securities Division in hopes of continuing to educate the public. Her passion for education extends to her free time as well.
Nancy Gilmer Moore
Nancy Gilmer Moore is the Program Director for Indiana’s Senior Medicare Patrol (SMP), a statewide program that helps Medicare beneficiaries prevent, detect and report health care fraud. SMP is a program of the Indiana Association of Area Agencies on Aging, which advocates for quality programs and services for older adults and persons with disabilities.
Ms. Moore brings experience in outreach, program management and training to SMP. Previously she worked on a STEM-related project at WorkOne and was on the management team at About Special Kids, a nonprofit that serves children with disabilities. She holds a BA degree from Indiana University.
About the Network:
The Indiana Assets & Opportunity Network is a statewide coalition that creates learning opportunities for community leaders, advocates on policies that affect low-to-moderate income families, and builds capacity for organizations aimed to increase financial stability. It is co-led by Prosperity Indiana and the Indiana Institute for Working Families (IIWF). For information on how to join the Network, contact Logan Charlesworth at firstname.lastname@example.org.