Virtual chapter meeting: An overview of economic disparities with the Minneapolis Federal Reserve
Tuesday, February 16, from 7:30-10 a.m.
For many, the events of last summer’s social unrest in the Twin Cities was a wake-up call to the various forms of structural racism that continue to plague our society in education, employment, housing and wealth building. This month’s virtual chapter meeting will provide an overview of how these historical disparities manifested and continue today.
On Tuesday, February 16, Libby Starling, director of community development and engagement at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, will lead an engaging conversation on how Minnesota’s racial disparities in finance and wealth creation operate. She will also discuss potential policy solutions for leaders to utilize in order to mitigate these current disparities in the future.
It's time to purchase your 2021 season ticket! For $199, you can attend 10 regular chapter meetings (also all Virtual Lunch n' Learn Webinars and NexGen K'Nex Virtual Events) and receive two guest passes. Learn more here.
Start your day the right way with our February casual coffee social
Wednesday, February 24, from 8-9 a.m.
As we continue to social distance and take our meetings from home, our chapter's NexGen group continues to offer its fantastic monthly virtual coffee social series.
Join your fellow financial planning professionals with a cup of home-brewed coffee on Wednesday, Feb. 24, at 8 a.m. to catch up with some friendly faces and debrief on the first two months of 2021! These virtual events are an easy, relaxed way to start your day with a smile.
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