What an engaging February chapter meeting! Programs Director Jeanna Fifer moderated a panel discussion with members Ryan Antkowiak, Jeremy Heckman, and Grant Meyer, who discussed individual approaches to a planning case. Attendees provided thoughtful and interactive questions.
Another event scheduled last month was our Day at the Capitol, which was canceled due to snow. Fortunately, members could still connect by phone with state representatives. Are you interested in helping with our efforts to bring financial education to all MN high schoolers? There is still time to get involved with the Financial Literacy Coalition of MN. Please contact Jason Kley for more information or email one of the board members through the chapter's website.
Kicking off a new pro bono relationship, Nicole Meeker recently presented to the Asian Women United of MN. Other members will soon follow with additional presentations and one-to-one meetings. Volunteer work is a fulfilling way to share your talents, so please respond to the monthly pro bono requests. Many groups need our help.
The board relies on long and short-term planning to keep FPA MN fiscally responsible. From 10–11 a.m., before the March 21 chapter meeting, past president Pete Snow, president-elect Nicole Meeker and I are available to discuss your suggestions about:
- social events
- community events
- other input and general feedback
In addition, a short survey will be emailed to members on March 10. Your ideas are important to us!
As always, I encourage you to get involved in the chapter by joining a committee or helping with a one-time project. Help shape the future of FPA MN!