Register today for our online Master Your Credit Workshop where you will dive into your credit history and learn how to take control of your credit. By the end of this workshop, you will have a better understanding of what factors affect your credit, why it matters, and how you can earn the score you want.
WHO CAN ATTEND?
This workshop is currently available to Clark County businesses and entrepreneurs.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
Part 1 – Master Your Credit presentation
By the end of this presentation you will understand what affects your credit, why it matters, and how you can get the score you want.
Part 2 – Meet with our Credit Consultant, Landra Glover
With your report in hand, you will meet 1-on-1 with a trained credit mentor to walk through the different components of the report to identify what is good and what can be improved.
WHAT DO NEED TO BE PREPARED?
We ask that all participants joining the workshop, pull their full credit report. We will provide you a video and easy guide on how to pull your free credit report, once you have completed your registration. Also, we will send you a financial questionnaire to complete and a handy credit guide. Please look out for an email with more details.
We will have a Master Your Credit Workshop Orientation webinar, that will help review what to expect before the seminar and provide help with any questions you might have before the meeting.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact [email protected]
Landra Glover has been working in financial empowerment since 2011, when she began serving as a financial education trainer and coach at Innovative Changes, a local non-profit community development financial institution. A lead facilitator of their four-part financial education series for three years, she has taught classes on everything from understanding one’s first paycheck to teaching kids about money. Landra holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership and Management from Warner Pacific College, and has a deep well of skills, knowledge, and experience in financial capabilities. She understands the power of helping someone learn to change their financial behavior, make decisions to implement those changes, and have access to the right products and services to act upon those decisions. A native of Illinois, she was raised in Oregon. In 2013, she beat out hundreds of applicants to be crowned Parent of the Year by the National Head Start Association. She loves cookies, fashion, music, dancing, books, and traveling.