Steven R.Malin with the Federal Reserve Bank of New York will discuss “Personal Financial Literacy – How Money Decisions Today Impact Your Future”at Saint Peter’s College in the first address of the Guarini Center Lecture Series for the fall semester on Wednesday, October 12 at 11:00 A.M. in Pope Lecture Hall.The GuariniCenter and the College’s Economic Department are co-hosting the event.
“Mr. Malin will provide information that is relevant to all audiences, from students looking to enter the workforce in a few years to individuals paying off credit cards and other types of loans, about the long-term impact of everyday financial decisions on an individual’s purchasing power,” said Alky Danikas, a lecturer in the Economic Department at Saint Peter’s College.
Malin has served as the assistant vice president of public information for the Federal Reserve Bank since 1993.He is responsible for the bank’s economic and financial education programs for teachers, students and the general public.Malin leads several public-private coalitions that promote economic and financial education and is the chairman of the New York State SAVES campaign.He serves as an adjunct full professor of Economics at City University of New York and BarnardCollege.
Established in 1994 by former New Jersey Congressman Frank Guarini, the GuariniCenter aims to provide a non-partisan forum for discussion and analysis of key public policy issues and to encourage careers in public service among today’s students. Members of the general public are invited to attend Mr. Malin’s talk. The lecture begins at and includes a question and answer session.