Stephanie Halligan, Program Manager, Savings & Financial Security
Areas of Expertise: Children’s Savings Accounts, Financial Education, IDAs, Savings & Financial Security
Ms. Halligan is a driving force behind CFED’s efforts to advance savings efforts for children and youth. As a member of the Savings & Financial Security Team, she provides writing, research, and program coordination and has most recently focused on the development of Asset Building for Children (ABC), an initiative designed to promote children’s savings products and financial education systems for low-income families.
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Most Recent Blog Posts
Aug 1, 2012
On Thursday July 28, the New America Foundation hosted the event Youth and Their Money
Jun 18, 2012
I’m still paying for the worst mistake my family made when it comes to saving for college. I totally regret it, and I didn’t even realize it was happening until it was too late.
May 31, 2012
Today, CFED launched the LINC Future Fund: Scholarship and Accounts Program in Grand Rapids, MI at four elementary schools.
Feb 21, 2012
It’s officially America Saves week! From February 19 - 26, the America Saves campaign is calling on educators
Jan 26, 2012
The Center for Financial Security (CFS) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison recently launched its Financial Security Index
Nov 23, 2011
In September 2002, the Labour party in the United Kingdom launched a ground-breaking
Oct 10, 2011
The 2011 Pathways to Prosperity Conference will take place next week, October 17-18
Sep 28, 2011
On Wednesday September 14, the Take Charge America Institute at the University of Arizona hosted a webinar
Sep 1, 2011
A new report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce finds that a person’s earning power
Jul 7, 2011
We all have the best intentions to exercise, keep our New Year’s resolutions (remember those?) and save money
Jun 24, 2011
I know it’s only June, but I’m already thinking about December. The season of gift giving and holiday shopping
Jun 1, 2011
According to a new Visa Inc. survey, 82% of Americans surveyed believe that a course in personal finance should be
Apr 19, 2011
It's April, which means it's National Financial Literacy Month. In a recent presidential proclamation