Presenter: Carrie Johnson, SAFE Credit Union, Workplace Financial Wellness Manager, Business Development & Financial Wellness Professional
View live: Wednesday, July 8, 2020, 2 p.m. PT / 5 p.m. ET (available for on-demand viewing through January 2021)
Program length: 60 minutes
We recognize HR professionals’ overwhelming responsibilities during COVID-19. This webinar offers support for both your bottom line and your financially stressed employees. Learn the impact of employee financial stress on your organization. Join us as we identify employee financial wellness resources during COVID-19 that will lend support for more positive business and personal outcomes. The objective of this workshop will be to share ideas, techniques and resources that you can leverage to improve your employees’ financial wellness while staying afloat!
About the Presenter: Carrie Johnson
Making a difference in the world matters deeply to Carrie. As a results-driven leader with over 17 years of experience developing innovative community outreach, financial wellness, fundraising and marketing strategies, she has helped organizations move their missions forward significantly. As a collaborative leader, she has driven performance and program expansion. Her pension for innovation, coupled with building inspiring key coalitions, brings energy and enthusiasm to her work. Carrie’s role as financial wellness manager for SAFE Credit Union for the past two years represents a significant shift in her career. Ever mission-driven, she saw a deep need for financial stability for many of the program clients she worked with in the nonprofit sector. The opportunity to expand and grow SAFE’s financial wellness program represented a unique challenge that married her desire to help others with financial education. Since she joined SAFE, the program has grown significantly, providing financial education to over 6,000 individuals in 2019.
As director of development and marketing at Stanford Youth Solutions for four years, Carrie was focused on fund development and marketing/public relations, a pivotal part of the continued growth and success of the nonprofit and, in turn, a pivotal part of helping each family in need served by Stanford. Her approach was simple: to show the community the results. Crafting original programs and unique experiences is also a hallmark of Carrie’s work, as was evident during her tenure at the Eskaton Foundation. Carrie created the organization’s first ever philanthropic partner program—a highly successful, unique and customizable partnership between companies and the Eskaton Foundation to foster employee engagement, social accountability and networking. When she’s not working tirelessly to improve financial wellbeing in a professional capacity, she can be found volunteering and providing board service. Her personal commitment to this region runs deep! Carrie has been called a vessel of energy and enthusiasm and is considered relentlessly persistent and genuinely passionate about her work. Her professional life closely mirrors her personal life, where relationships are top priority. She enjoys spending time with her husband, three sons and two daughters-in-law, and a very large extended family.
SHRM Certification has approved this webcast for 1 PDC toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification. A program code will be provided at the end of the webcast. The program also meets recertification credit standards set by the HR Certification Institute and other HR certifying bodies, but candidates must manually enter their activity into their records.
This webcast is co-hosted by Sacramento Area Human Resource Association