“Getting It Together” Seminar Series

September 8, 2022 - December 8, 2022
Need help "Getting It Together"? Bring your lunch and join the Roanoke Higher Education Center for a series of lunchtime talks this fall. Free and open to the RHEC community and the general public.

October 13th: Financial Tools: How to Use Them for Financial Organization and Budgeting
Speaker: Stephen Anderson, SVP Commercial Banking, Pinnacle Bank

Talk Topic: This discussion will be about the use of financial tools for organization and budgeting purposes that can be used to tailor your own personal or business finances.

November 10th: Recession-Proof Your Finances
Speaker: Tim Cerebe, VP of Financial Wellness with Freedom First Credit Union

Bio: Tim Cerebe manages the credit union's award-winning financial wellness and financial education programs. Tim's passion to address member and community wellbeing, affordable housing, household finances, workforce development, and transportation issues as it relates to underserved communities is the basis for his work at Freedom First, bringing stability to those who are most vulnerable.

Talk Topic: More than 6 out of 10 American --62%--believe there will be a recession in the next year, according to the latest CNBC All America Economic survey conducted in early July, and most don't feel financially prepared for one, should it occur. What can you do? Where can you turn for help? Come listen to some strategies to recession-proof your finances.

December 8th: Mindfulness in the Midst of Loss
Speaker: Precious McCullough

Bio: Precious McCullough has been practicing yoga for eight years and uses yoga to find wisdom, guidance, and healing in the midst of pain and loss. Precious is certified in Death and Grief Studies through the Center for Loss in Fort Collins, Colorado. She utilizes techniques and healing properties of yoga to help people experiencing loss manage and cope with the devastation.

Our Brown Bag lunches are held monthly from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm in room 411 of the Roanoke Higher Education Center.

For additional questions please contact: Kimberly Mattson at kimberly.mattson@education.edu