Bettina Schneider wants you to understand the impact your values, histories and life experiences have on your financial decision-making processes.
Bettina has a PhD in Native American Studies and is currently Associate Professor and Associate Vice President Academic at First Nations University of Canada.
Bettina spends a lot of her time contemplating the following questions:
How can we increase Indigenous people's access to culturally relevant financial education resources?
How can we reframe the way we talk about financial literacy and personal finance in order to make it more accessible to a wider audience?
Bettina believes that financial literacy resources do not always speak to the varied values and experiences of their audience and would like to see more of those resources explore how people's "money culture" impacts the way they relate to money.
Bettina joined me from Regina, Saskatchewan to share her personal finance story
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