My Work: Working with consumers across the state of South Dakota to manage their resources by providing programs that develop knowledge and skills.

My Roots: I have lived and working in South Dakota most of my life.

My Passion: My family, my health and challenging myself to try new things

My Favorite Quote: “You can afford anything but not everything” Paula Pant

My Favorite Personal Finance Tool/Resource: Right now, my favorite resource is financial podcasts. I love hearing from financial professionals about how they are working with consumers to solve problems.

My Advice To someone Beginning the Journey of Financial Education/Wellness: Reflect on how you like to do things and what is most important to you. Don’t set financial goals based on others, think about what you want to accomplish that will help you to be financial secure.

My Way of “Meeting People Where They Are”: Being available, whether face-to-face, phone or virtually.

Follow me at:
Twitter: @SDSUExtFinance
Instagram: @SDSUExtFinance
LinkedIn: Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head

My question for colleagues/peers: How do you follow-up with clients or program participants to learn about how they are implementing the knowledge they have gained into their personal financial management?

Respond to Lorna’s question in the comments section below and follow AFCPE on social media to engage with our #FinLitMonth spotlight questions, tips and fun facts throughout the month of April. 

April 15, 2018

Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, PhD, AFC®, CFCS, CPFFE, AFCPE® Member
Family Resource Management Field Specialist for SDSU Extension

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