- May 15, 2022
Regina has been at a crossroads with her finances. Each time, GreenPath has provided different kinds of support. Listen to her story.
- April 15, 2022
Financial Literacy Month, which is designated by Congress to raise awareness about the importance of financial literacy education.
Real Stories Episode 25: Katie’s Story Continues – The Journey to Financial Wellness is Never a Straight Line
- March 15, 2022
In this episode, we catch up with our very first Real Stories podcast guest, Katie. Her story is a good reminder that the journey to financial wellness is never a straight line.
Real Stories Episode 24: Shannon McLay – Building Financial Strength with the Founder/CEO of the Financial Gym
- February 15, 2022
Shannon’s experiences give us two opportunities to learn. As with all our guests, she has a unique financial journey that has a lot of ups and downs.
Real Stories Episode 23: Amanda Clayman – Tips from a Financial Therapist who got a “$19,000 Haircut”
- January 15, 2022
Tips from a Financial Therapist who got a “$19,000 Haircut”. She believes money can be a tool for transformation: something she learned firsthand.
- December 15, 2021
18-year-old Lavell received an envelope right before Christmas. What started as a gesture of kindness snowballed into a mountain of debt: $30,000 owed on one card alone.
- November 15, 2021
After struggling with credit card debt in college, Jessie was all set to file bankruptcy. But after she told her family about her plans, they encouraged her to search for an alternative – a Debt Management Program with GreenPath.
- October 15, 2021
Nina has been on quite a journey the last few years. For her, stress around her finances was only the tip of the iceberg. Nina also faced many challenges when it came to addiction and her mental health.
- September 15, 2021
Today’s episode features a lively discussion about raising financially healthy kids. You’ll have the chance to hear different perspectives from our panel of GreenPath clients and friends who are inspiring their children to be financially resilient.
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