Rachel Schneider Joins Aspen Financial Security Program as Omidyar Network Entrepreneur-in-Residence

The Aspen Financial Security Program (FSP) announced this week that Rachel Schneider, co-author of The Financial Diaries: How American Families Cope in a World of Uncertainty, will be joining FSP as the Omidyar Network Entrepreneur-in-Residence. 

As entrepreneur-in-residence, Rachel will explore how small, strategic cash infusions can go a longer way by helping families at pivotal moments. 

Tilman Ehrbeck, partner at Omidyar Network says: "Rachel’s work at CFSI and on the US Financial Diaries project have taken great strides to highlight the importance of financial health, and we are excited to support Rachel in translating that thinking into real-world experiments that will surface new solutions for promoting financial health." 

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