Life Skills 101: Personal Budgeting
Wednesday, June 16 | 1-1:45 p.m. (EDT)
Wherever You Are
Learn money management tips, like goal setting and managing debt.
As you navigate through a variety of life stages, the financial decisions you make might range from costing a few bucks to a few thousand dollars. No matter how much money you’re dealing with, understanding your finances and how they impact your life will help you plan for your future and financial freedom. In this webinar, alumni will gain a better understanding of basic personal finance, including money management, goal setting and the impact of credit and debt on your finances.
Grab your lunch or brunch (depending on your time zone) and click in with Kelli Holloway ’09, senior vice president of member education and outreach at the N.C. State Employees’ Credit Union. Kelli will break down the process of budgeting to meet your financial responsibilities, short and long term goals. This class is a great overview of basics so be prepared to learn or refresh your budgeting skills with us. This event will be recorded and shared following the event for a limited time.
GAA members who attend all three Life Skills 101 classes get their choice of Carolina bag (because you’ll have these skills in the bag, get it? OK, OK). But really, you’ll get to choose from a drink tote or mini cooler for all those summer adventures. Must attend the three live classes and be a member of the GAA to have your bag choice shipped your way. Not yet a GAA member? Become one today.
Don’t forget to post a photo on social media during this event – tag @UNCGAA and #UNCAlumni.
Kelli is from Raleigh, N.C. and began her career with State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) in 2009 as a financial services officer. Now, as the senior vice president of member education and outreach, she oversees financial education, community involvement and volunteer engagement efforts for the organization. SECU is the second largest credit union in the nation, serving more than 2.5 million members through 274 branch offices. Kelli holds a bachelor’s degree in communication studies and English from The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and was initiated into the Theta Pi Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated in fall of 2006. She currently serves as the vice chair of the Southern Regional Chapter of the African American Credit Union Coalition to raise awareness for diversity, equity and inclusion in the Credit Union Movement. She is a proud class of ‘09 alum, wife to Michael (also a Tar Heel) and Mom to Ava (6 months old) and Zoie (3 years old). From “A to Z,” the girls keep them busy and they love it.