Case Studies

Making financial classes for women more engaging

July 21, 2014 By
financial classes for women

The Issue: How to make financial classes for women more engaging and welcoming while providing valuable skills for handling money. Who: Emily Adams is an agriculture and natural resources educator with Ohio State University Extension Service in Coshocton County. What: Adams runs Annie’s Project in Coshocton County. She also runs a follow-up financial education program […]


Date-night relationship classes for couples on money

September 27, 2013 By
lunch and learn financial education

The Issue: How to cover finances in a series of relationship classes – but in a way that’s fun enough to feel like a date. Who: Kylee Miller is a project manager at Marriage Matters Jackson, in Jackson, Michigan. The relationship education organization is housed at the United Way and was originally supported by a […]


Budgeting and Personal Finance Classes in Relationship Education

February 28, 2013 By
First Things First relationship education

The Issue: How to deliver effective budgeting and personal finance classes within healthy relationship education. Who: Deborah Gunn is the program manager for First Things First’s federally funded Healthy Marriage Demonstration Grant. First Things First is an award-winning not-for-profit dedicated to strengthening families in Hamilton County, Tennessee through relationship education, collaboration and mobilization. What: Through […]