GSU pilot program aims to improve generational economic outcomes
Georgia State University is in the midst of a financial literacy pilot program that aims to improve, create and sustain generational economic outcomes for its participants.
It’s called the Place and Race Program.
For “Closer Look’s” Paycheck to Paycheck series, program host Rose Scott talks with Elizabeth J. West, a GSU professor of English and the John B. and Elena Diaz-Verson Amos Distinguished Chair in English Letters at the university, Oduntan Gordan, a compliance financial business partner and grant manager at the GSMA Foundation, and Sheena, a current program participant about the program.