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Hosted by: Laura Hawley Special guest: Dana Hurley

September 21, 2016

Host
Laura Hawley – CFP®, President at Allen & Company

Co-Host:
Dana Hurley – Financial Advisor at Allen & Company

Guest:
Jeanette Crowley – Strategic Partnerships Senior Coordinator at Polk County Public Schools
Penny Borgia – Chief Impact Officer at United Way of Central Florida

Today’s show will welcome Jeanette Crowley, Strategic Partnerships Senior Coordinator at Polk County Public Schools to discuss investing in our own Education, benefiting from an Educational system, how we can help make the Education System better, Volunteering, and the exciting things happening within the Polk County Public School System. We will also talk with Penny Borgia, Chief Impact Officer at United Way of Central Florida to discuss the mission, and purpose of United Way of Central Florida.

In this episode we cover:

  • Economic Compass (1:02)
  • Jeanette Crowley discusses ways to get involved with Polk County Public Schools (6:53)
  • Highest impact need in Polk County Public Schools (9:16)
  • Positive things happening within Polk County Public Schools (11:14)
  • Polk County Public School Academies and the purpose they serve to students (12:50)
  • Penny Borgia Chief Impact Officer at United Way of Central Florida to discuss purpose and impact (23:56)
  • The changes in attitude toward Education over the past 25 years (30:49)
  • Success Coaches and the impact on the middle schools (10:28)

Links From the Show:

Tweetable Topics:

That’s what you want to focus in on, not what the talking heads are saying, but what Corporate America is actually reporting for earnings. – Laura Hawley, CFP®, Senior Vice President at Allen & Company.

If we don’t have earnings, we don’t have growth. – Laura Hawley, CFP®, Senior Vice President at Allen & Company.

Bottom Line: Corporate earnings drive the market. – Dana Hurley, Financial Advisor at Allen & Company.

43% of the students entering kindergarten, are not kindergarten ready. – Dana Hurley, Financial Advisor at Allen & Company.

Children that start behind, stay behind. – Penny Borgia, Chief Impact Officer at United Way.

Connect with:

Laura Hawley – CFP®, Senior Vice President at Allen & Company
Allen & Company – Laura Hawley

Dana Hurley – Financial Advisor at Allen & Company
Allen & Company – Dana Hurley
LinkedIn – Dana Hurley

Penny Borgia – Chief Impact Officer at United Way of Central Florida
United Way of Central Florida – Penny Borgia
LinkedIn – Penny Borgia

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