All households in Central Alabama will have the resources to be financially stable.
Our Vision: Every adult has the resources to achieve financial stability.
Our Mission: Engage and align community resources to prepare adults for employment and management of their personal finances.
Our Problem: In Central Alabama, less than two-thirds of households are considered financially stable and more than half of single-mother households live below the poverty line.
Our Key Strategies: Create an integrated network of financial service providers utilizing collaborative strategies and sharing consistent measurements to move low to moderate-income households from crisis to financial stability.
Serve at least 10,000 Central Alabama households through the Financial Services Network by 2025.
Bold Goals Financial Services Structure and Leadership
Co-Chair: Greg King, IBERIABANK
Co-Chair: Robert Aland, National Bank of Commerce
Steering Committee Members
William Barnes, Birmingham Urban League
Richard Busby, Wells Fargo Bank
Kelleigh Gamble, Neighborhood Housing Services of Birmingham
Roger Glick, Salvation Army Birmingham Area Command
Ryan Hankins, Public Affairs Research Council of Alabama
Gus Heard-Hughes, Community Foundation of Greater Birmingham
Karla Lawrence, United Way of Central Alabama
Charles Moore, Greater Birmingham Habitat for Humanity
Kate O’Day, Gateway
Isabel Rubio, Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama
Father Alex Steinmiller, Holy Family Cristo Rey
DePriest Waddy, Jefferson County Committee for Economic Opportunity
Emily Yancey, BBVA Compass