Using Financial Literary to Spur Community Involvement

Misha is dedicated to helping students gain access to financial literacy information regardless of their class, gender or socioeconomic status. Misha believes that such knowledge would not only help students become financially independent but would also help students understand the implications of educational budget cuts in addition to larger economic issues like healthcare and faulty lending practices. In the end, Misha believed that higher levels of financial literacy would spur more community involvement in matters that may have otherwise been overlooked due to a lack of knowledge on the issue.

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