Loading Events

All Events

Details

Date:
March 21, 2019
Time:
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Available Until:
March 21, 2021 12:00 am
Website:
Register

Other

Topics
General
Eligibilities
AFCPE Member Only
CEUs / Credits
1.0
Options
This is a Live CEU program., This program is on demand.
Types
AFCPE Webinar
  • This event has passed.

March 21, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EDT

1 CEU for AFCPE® Professionals
Open to AFCPE & FPA Members

Credit reporting and scoring is constantly evolving to adapt to changes in consumer protection laws, consumer and economic patterns, and the business needs of lending institutions. Recent developments in the credit industry, in particular the implementation of new consumer protections, policy changes, and the growing use of alternative and “consumer-permissioned” data, may impact the credit reports and scores of consumers engaged in financial coaching and counseling.  This webinar will explore the ways that these changes will impact consumers, and best practices for financial coaches and counselors working with clients to establish and improve credit histories.


Presenter: Carmina Lass, Credit Builders Alliance

Carmina Lass, Credit Builders Alliance As Chief Program Officer, Carmina directs the overall implementation and delivery of CBA’s programs and services, with specific attention focused on the design and development of CBA’s member and stakeholder relations strategy and Training Institute services. Prior to joining CBA in 2015, Carmina had over seven years of experience as a non-profit practitioner through which she focused on economic empowerment, financial capability, and lending among low-income and underserved communities. Previously, Carmina was the Director of Homeowner Services at Pikes Peak Habitat for Humanity in Colorado Springs, CO. Carmina was also a founding staff member of Innovative Changes, a Community Development Financial Institution in Portland, OR. Carmina has a Master’s Degree in Conflict Resolution from Portland State University where she concentrated on intercultural conflict resolution, dialogue and reconciliation among divided communities, and microfinance strategies for poverty alleviation.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *