Contact the Georgia Consortium for Personal Financial Literacy.
Join our efforts to coordinate individuals, businesses, community organizations, non profits, educational associations and government agencies to raise awareness and educate all Georgians on key financial issues. We are a 501(c)(3) and welcome your involvement and support.
Consortium gathers at the CapitolHosting Vice Chairman of President’s Advisory Council on Financial Literacy ChairmanNetworkingTeaching With GamesDan Iannicola, U.S. TreasuryHonorable Judge Joyce BiharyConsumer Advocate – Clark HowardJohn Ulzheimer – National Credit ExpertQ & ATom Garman, Workplace ProductivityQ & ABobbie McCrackin welcomes us to Federal Reserve BankNetworkingDavid Martin, Georgia Council on Economic Education
Making the Case for Financial LiteracyCheck out this collection of statistics gathered by JumpStart from a variety of sources that clearly demonstrate the need for more financial literacy.