Join the Benefits Office as they host NPR and TIAA-CREF for an unconventional discussion about saving for college, home ownership, retirement and a financial lifetime at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 29, in the Sinquefield Stateroom in DuBourg Hall.
NPR hosts David Greene and Robert Smith will take attendees on a journey through stories about their personal finances. NPR presents: Family Matters: Your Financial Lifetime, is a multigenerational, interactive, lively and even fun conversation about money.
Joining the discussion will be:
- Michelle Singletary, personal finance columnist from the Washington Post
- Alvin Hall, American financial advisor and media personality
- Erin Currier, director of the Mobility project at Pew
They will share their own stories and listen to stories from the audience. All will leave with new perspectives and answers, and a commitment to continue sharing on NPR and NPR.org.
This discussion will not be aired. Reserve a place at STLpublicradio.org.
This event is made possible by TIAA-CREF, an organization that shares NPR's commitment to enriching and facilitating the conversation around financial awareness and responsibility.