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Committee Structure

The following committees report to the Bank On Louisville executive committee and focus their work in specific areas of financial empowerment.
 
FINANCIAL PARTNER ENGAGEMENT
Co-Chairs: Adam Hall, Sarah Huelsman
Strengthen mainstream financial partnerships; track and advise on national trends and best practices; coordinate the "Bank On at Work" program to help employers encourage financial stability for all their employees; and continue to explore financial products and information that meet the needs of the unbanked and underbanked in our community.


COMMUNITY PARTNER ENGAGEMENT
Chair: Julia Inman
Strengthen and expand partnerships with non-profits and community-based organizations and seek opportunities to raise awareness throughout the community; recommend creative ways to partner and support the effort; and generate recommendations for outreach.


OUTCOMES/EVALUATION
Co-Chairs: Lisa Locke, John Nevitt
Track and report impacts of efforts from all available data sources; determine measurable goals and objectives – answers the “So What?”question; advises committees on data needs and assist with survey development and reporting.


FINANCIAL EDUCATION
Co-Chairs: Whitney Bishop, Janet Fulton
Provide and identify opportunities to develop financial skills sets of individuals leading to financial self-sufficiency which include: budgeting; checking; savings; retirement; homeownership; credit and debt management; and predatory lending.

OUTREACH AND MARKETING
Chair: Debbie Belt
Develop strategic marketing efforts; create multi-lingual program materials; develop BOL ambassadors for public outreach; make recommendations for printed materials, websites, media contact, etc; and brainstorm innovative ways for BOL to reach all segments of the Louisville population.

If you are interested in serving on a Bank On Louisville committee, contact us for more information.