It’s an age-old question: Can money buy happiness?
The answer is, of course, quite complex. And women, people of color, and younger generations often face many structural obstacles to achieving financial confidence and well-being.
What financial resources are available for underserved populations? What should people know when making important decisions about how to spend and save? How do we build the financial life we want and discern the credible information from the bad?
Billy J. Hensley, President and CEO, National Endowment for Financial Education
Fred Makonnen, Divisional Vice President, Equitable
John Hope Bryant, CEO, Operation HOPE
Jhacova Williams, Economist, RAND Corporation
Otis Rolley, Senior Vice President, U.S. Equity and Economic Opportunity Initiative, The Rockefeller Foundation
Charisse Conanan Johnson, Managing Partner, Next Street