Financial Planning Workshop

May 29, 2018

12 PM – 1 PM

Research Commons Room 352

3rd Floor of the 18th Avenue Library

Bryan Hoynacke will be presenting a financial planning workshop for postdocs. He is an Assistant Director in the Student Wellness Center, oversees the center’s Financial Wellness initiatives, and guides the Scarlet & Grey Financial (SGF) peer coaching program.

This presentation will be about Personal Finance 101: understanding the basics. This workshop will help you to start your path to greater financial capability and understanding!

Topics include:

  • Budgeting
  • Banking
  • Credit
  • Retirement
  • Investing
  • …and more

To view the recording of the presentation, click here.

You can download a copy of the PowerPoint and the handout here.

For more information on financial planning resources, visit our benefits page here.

About the Speaker:

As an Assistant Director in the Student Life Student Wellness Center, Bryan oversees and guides the center’s Financial Wellness initiatives, including the Scarlet & Gray Financial (SGF) peer coaching program. SGF has over 45 active student coaches that conduct more than 2,500 one-on-one, hour-long appointments for students at Ohio State. The coaches and support staff for SGF also give approximately 125 large group presentations annually to groups on campus, in the local community, and at national conferences. Bryan supports the SGF coaches on a daily basis, as well as through professional and leadership development events, planned throughout the year. Each year, he helps recruit, train, and educate new coaches, as an instructor for the SGF’s Leadership Development Program (LDP), a 3 credit-hour academic class during Spring Semester. He is also the primary liaison for all online financial wellness programming. Bryan serves on various committees on and off campus, always with a focus on improving student’s holistic well-being. He graduated from Ohio University with a Bachelor’s in Anthropology, and from North Carolina State University with a Master’s of Higher Education (M.Ed) and a Master’s of Public Administration (MPA).