K.E.E.P. Financial Coaching graduates second class of coaches
On May 2 our second class of Financial Coaches completed Intro to Financial Coaching and they are now working with clients in the community. We congratulate each of them for their hard work and thank them for joining us to improve the financial stability of our communities!
We would like to congratulate the following K.E.E.P. Financial Coaches:
Jody Frey of Orleans County Restorative Justice
Chris Wellhoff of Justice Board of Newport
Rebecca Baruzzi of Capstone Community Action
Laurie Kelty of Green Mountain United Way
Melissa Miller of Northeastern VT Regional Hospital
Sarah Sanville of Northeast Kingdom Youth Services
Devereaux Simon of Capstone Community Action
Faye Longo of Vermont Foodbank
Ramsey Papp of Capstone Community Action
Jessica Seigfried of State of VT Economic Services
Eric Luebbert State of VT AHS/DCF/ESD Reach Up
Lydia Menendez of Verde Coaching
Dominic Perkins of Northeast Kingdom Community Action
Chris Kaiser self-employed
We look forward to having each of these K.E.E.P. coaches actively engaged in our program and working directly with clients, peers, and their constituents to help make our region more financially secure for the individuals and families that live here.
Coaches are trained in both in-depth Financial Literacy skills and personalized coaching skills and help clients either as independent coaches or through the work of the nonprofit agency or organization where they work. K.E.E.P. Financial Coaches meet monthly as a group to share best practices, challenges, and lessons learned, and they meet with Pam Bailey, Green Mountain United Way’s Director of Programs and Operations, and the K.E.E.P. Master Coach on a one-on-one basis to build skills, get individual support, and troubleshoot tough situations. Learn more about the K.E.E.P. Financial Coaching Program here.