BankOn Washington virtual forum 2021 registration is live!
Join us for a fully virtual BankOn Washington forum, October 19th and 20th from 8:30 am – 12:45 pm Pacific Time. We will explore what FinTech means for unbanked, low-income, and historically marginalized individuals and communities. What is the current FinTech landscape? What does research tell us about inclusion and financial wellness? What are the challenges? And where are we headed from here?
We have an incredible lineup of speakers who will offer their experiences with finance and technology, share their thoughts about both inclusion in financial systems as well as equitable outcomes in financial wellness, challenge us to address the pitfalls and concerns around technology for the unbanked and low to moderate-income communities, and engage us in thinking about the promises and possibilities of FinTech now and in the future.
Day One – Tuesday, October 19, 2021
8:30 am Welcome
9:00 am Presentation One: Morgan Housel, author The Psychology of Money
10:15 am Presentation Two: John Maxfield, author The Cambrian Explosion: Lessons for a New Era in Banking
11:30 am Presentation Three: Dr. Cy Richardson, National Urban League
12:30 pm Day One Closing
Day Two – Wednesday, October 20, 2021
8:30 am Welcome
8:45 am Presentation Four: Andrea Alexander, T3 Tribal Technology Training
10:00 am Presentation Five: Chris Moreno, Catalyst Miami
11:15 am Presentation Six: TBD
12:30 pm Day Two Closing
$50 per individual*
*A discount is available for nonprofits! Use promo code ChangeCounts21 to receive a discount of $25!
Check back as this agenda will be updated in the coming weeks as we confirm our final speakers! More information will be available at www.bankonwashington.org
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Did you miss the Forum last year?
The 2020 Bank On WA Forum was organized around financial resilience, hope, connections, and action for community professionals committed to advancing inclusive banking.
Download the 2020 Bank On agenda and check out the links below to the Forum videos on YouTube.