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Financial Empowerment Coalition

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 for more details!

Access Kentucky's Financial Empowerment Database here

Coalition Members



Bank On Louisville

Better Business Bureau serving Louisville, South Indiana, and West Kentucky

Community Ventures

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

KY Jump$tart

Louisville Asset Building Coalition

Metro United Way

Military OneSource

United States Airforce