Kentucky State Treasurer Allison Ball has created a Financial Empowerment Coalition that focuses on empowering and educating seven specific communities within the Commonwealth population on financial literacy.
The communities identified for cultivation are the following: Aging Kentuckians, Commonwealth Employees, Emerging Adults, Kentuckians with Disabilities, Low-Income Families, Student Strategies, and Veterans and Military Personnel.
Interested in joining the Financial Empowerment Coalition? Email email@example.com for more details!
Access Kentucky's Financial Empowerment Database here.
Bank On Louisville
Better Business Bureau serving Louisville, South Indiana, and West Kentucky
Department for Aging and Independent Living: Division of Quality Living
Economic Center in Cincinnati
FDIC Lexington Field Office
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis-Louisville Branch
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana-Lexington
Junior Achievement of Kentuckiana-Louisville
Kentucky Bankers Association
Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services, Adult Protective Services Branch
Kentucky Center of Economic Education-Eastern Kentucky University
Kentucky Center of Economic Education-Morehead State University
Kentucky Center of Economic Education-Northern Kentucky University
Kentucky Center of Economic Education-University of Kentucky
Kentucky Center of Economic Education-University of Louisville
Kentucky Council for Economic Education (KCEE)
Kentucky Council for Post-Secondary Education (CPE)
Kentucky Credit Union League
Kentucky Department of Education
Kentucky Department of Education, Office of Teaching and Learning: Division of Program Standards
Kentucky Department of Financial Institutions
Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority
Kentucky State Treasury
Kentucky State University
Louisville Asset Building Coalition
Metro United Way
United States Airforce