Financial Literacy

Financial Literacy is the ability to understand money, how someone manages to earn or make it, how that person manages it, budget, daily spending journal, setting financial goals. This course will cover the basics of financial literacy.

Location
Maryland Institute College of Art
Instructor
Lenora Davis
Sessions
Wednesday, September 20, 2017 5:30 - 7:30 PM
Wednesday, September 27, 2017 5:30 - 7:30 PM
 
 

Financial Literacy is the ability to understand money, how someone manages to earn or make it, how that person manages it, budget, daily spending journal, setting financial goals.

This workshop is designed to provide financial education, personal empowerment, and resources to raise peoples knowledge and awareness about money, money management, spending, budgeting, and credit, for the purpose of establishing financial independence and being fully able to manage their money wisely.

Financial Literacy Outline

· Money Management

· Wants vs Needs

· Budgeting

· Spending

· Credit

· Saving

Instructor Bio:

Lenora Davis is currently a Intake and Assessment Specialist and GED Instructor. She also teaches Computer and Financial Literacy Classes. She has also facilitated Positive Parenting, Healthy Relationships, and Abstinence Cohorts. She is a Certified Teacher. She retired from the United States Army Reserves after 20 years of honorable service where she was also an instructor. She retired as a Sergeant First Class (SFC). She has over 20 years of helping at-risk youth and adults. She has earned her Associates Degree in Human Services and Bachelor’s Degree in Social Science and Elementary Education respectively. She loves to teach and help others develop and reach their fullest potential. She is the proud mother of a son and a daughter, Tyrell and Tyra and grandmother of granddaughter and grandson, Peyton and TJ.

Her Mission: She desires to inspire and motivate children through adults to reach their fullest potential.

Her Goal: Empower people with information, resources, knowledge and/or goods to expand children through adults employability, social, and intellectual skills.