Financial Literacy - Credit scores
Learn about credit scores and consumer debt!
Please join us for the second event for the series of "Go Live" success seminars on "Financial Literacy." Mrs. Lori Jankalski (Executive Vice President CCCS of MD & DE, Inc.) be talking to us about credit scores, credit reports, and consumer debt.
Wednesday November 19, 2014
Since 2008, Lori Jankalski is the Executive Vice President of Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Maryland and Delaware, Inc., (CCCS) a 501 (c) (3) non-profit credit and housing counseling organization that was founded in 1966. CCCS’s missionis to stabilize communities by creating hope and promoting economic self-sufficiency to individuals and families through financial education and counseling. CCCS provides services nationwide.
Lori retired in 2008 from Equifax Credit Information Services Inc., a national credit reporting agency after 40 years in various management positions. At the time of her retirement Lori was the Senior Executive Director of Credit Marketing Services and Analytics.
Lori is a graduate of the College of Notre Dame, Baltimore, MD. Lori is a lifelong resident of Maryland and currently resides with her family in Sparks, MD.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) has been selected to participate in an “Enhancing Student Financial Education” project for 2013-2015. Chosen as one of 15 awardees in a national competition, UMBC received a grant from the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS), a non-profit organization (www.cgsnet.org) dedicated to advancing graduate education and research. Funded by a grant from TIAA-CREF, a leading financial services organization, CGS will develop models for providing financial education resources that help undergraduate and graduate students
manage their money and hone their financial and debt management skills.
GoLIVE! Seminars: UMBC will develop “Go Live” seminars that will showcase
financial literacy resources on a new, interactive website. The online topics
and segments will be coupled with “live” seminars that will be held throughout
the year. Seminar topics include: Graduate Funding, Improving Credit Ratings, Financial Transitions, Life-long, Financial Planning, Budgets, and more.
This seminar is co-sponsored by CGS.