Location: Online Event
Date: April 5, 2023
Time: 12 PM – 12:30 PM CT
10:00a PT | 11:00a MT | 1:00p ET
Join us this April for our Financial Literacy Month Money & Mindfulness weekly webinar series. In this series, each Wednesday from 12:00 pm – 12:30pm (CT) we will examine key financial literacy topics from a human nature lens, exploring how emotions and natural tendencies impact our decisions when it comes to spending, saving, giving, and planning for uncertainty. Topics include Money Biases, Budgeting & Credit, Prenuptial Agreements, and Philanthropy.
Part one covers Money Biases, featuring behavioral scientist Dr. Julie Miller. What does behavioral psychology have to do with your finances? Quite a bit. Learn about common money biases and how to leverage them to help reach your goals and avoid common financial pitfalls.
Submit questions in our live Q&A or send in advance to email@example.com.
We look forward to having you!
- Part Two: Budgeting & Credit
- Part Three: Prenuptial Agreements
- Part Four: Philanthropy & The Paradox of Choice
Check out last year’s financial literacy programs on the topics of Socially Responsible Investing, Purchasing a Home, Negotiations, and Taxes & Saving for Retirement.
About Dr. Julie Miller
Julie Miller is a leader in behavioral science with expertise across multiple fields including finance, healthcare, and tech. She spent years training and working alongside master behavioral economist Dan Ariely. Julie uses psychology and behavioral research to create novel, yet effective, solutions to practical problems (like not exercising, overspending, making flawed financial decisions, texting while driving, or working too much). Behavioral science helps companies and individuals to better understand what really drives behavior and to build systems that work with rather than against human nature so they can achieve their goals.
Through clear definition of desired behavioral outcomes, intervention design, and primary and secondary research, Julie’s valuable insights and recommendations have led to key improvements and business success for many leading tech, financial, and healthcare companies (including several fortune 500 companies). Her work includes both academic and applied research with both well-established companies and startups. In addition, Julie has taught at several prestigious universities and led behavioral science talks and workshops at places like Google, CVS Health, Centene, and EPA. She serves on the advisory board for a few select organizations and startups, and has been partnering with Cresset on strategic initiatives since 2021.