TSAHC Provides Training to 56 Housing and Financial Counselors

May 7, 2014

On May 5-6, TSAHC provided a training on financial coaching as part of the Texas Statewide Homebuyer Education Program (TSHEP). TSAHC contracted with NeighborWorks America to offer two sessions of the following course: Financial Coaching: Helping Clients Reach their Goals. In total, 56 housing and financial counselors representing 42 organizations and 21 communities attended the training.  

TSAHC partnered with RAISE Texas, a statewide nonprofit promoting financial capability, to offer these courses in conjunction with RAISE Texas' one day forum on May 7th titled Creating Financial Capability Opportunities for all Texans.

TSAHC would like to thank the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas- San Antonio Branch for hosting the training, as well as Frost Bank and the Texas Financial Education Endowment for funding the training sessions.



Pictured left: Donna Normandin Sr. Vice President at Frost Bank, speaks to counselors on Frost Bank's commitment 
to financial education. Pictured right: Julie Gunter, Sr. Community Development Advisor at the Federal Reserve Bank
of Dallas, speaks to counselors on the Federal Reserve's commitment to financial education.