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Empower Lunch Hour

October 7 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

The Connection Between Money & Mental Health

Thanks to everyone who joined Summit Credit Union & NAMI Dane County for the virtual dynamic discussion around money & mental health.

You can watch the recorded webinar again here. 

Featured Panelists

Sarah Campagna, Managing VP Financial Empowerment at Summit Credit Union

Sarah Campagna is a driven leader and coach with a passion for purposeful work that directly influences financial wellbeing. In her role as Managing Vice President of Financial Empowerment at Summit Credit Union, she supports and develops her team of financial educators and coaches. She oversees Summit’s award-winning programs that bring actionable financial education to members like Financial Wellness for Employees- a workplace financial wellness program, Project Money- a public financial behavior change program and Project Teen Money, a high school peer education scholarship challenge. She has seen the impact that sound financial education has on implementing meaningful life changes.

Amy Crowe, Financial Education Specialist at Summit Credit Union, CUDE, CEPF, and host

Amy Crowe, CUDE, CEPF, is a personal finance expert with 20 years of experience in writing, speaking and educating about money.   Her thoughts, ideas, and advice have been featured on television, in print and online magazines, on podcasts, at conferences and on expo stages.

With a degree in communications from the UW-Stevens Point, Amy started her career marketing financial services at Summit Credit Union and today leads their award-winning signature community financial education programs, Project Money and Project Teen Money.

Amy is passionate about illuminating the connection between mindset and money behavior, and empowering others to make breakthrough changes that result in financial transformation. Whether presenting in workplaces, college lecture halls, high school classrooms, or community settings, her lessons are meant to inspire and motivate others into action through storytelling and connection to practical resources and trusted tips to build wealth.

Amy lives in the Madison area with her husband and teenage daughter. She enjoys traveling and photography.

Anna Moffit, Executive Director, NAMI Dane County

Anna Moffit is the Executive Director of the Dane County chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans impacted by mental illness. Prior to Anna’s role at NAMI Dane County, Anna has had experience working as an elementary school teacher, as a member of the Madison Metropolitan School District (MMSD) Board of Education and as a parent advocate with Wisconsin Family Ties. Anna’s goal as Executive Director of NAMI Dane County is to build on the strong tradition of advocacy and support for people affected by mental illness, including families whose children experience chronic and severe mental illnesses.

Myra McNair, Owner and Founder of Anesis Family Therapy, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist

Owner and founder of Anesis Family Therapy, Myra is a Marriage and Family Therapist and trauma specialist. Myra has a Bachelors of Art in Biology and a Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy with specialties in addiction, depression, anxiety, infant mental health, parent/child attachment, marriage counseling, trauma informed practices and cultural interventions. Myra is trained in (EMDR) Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, (TFCBT) Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, (CPP) Child Parent Psychotherapy, Brainspotting and Infant Mental Health. Myra is a community coordinator for the ACT, Adults and Children Together, Raising Safe Families Program and provides training for community workers and agencies in the ACT curriculum. Myra is a 2017 “M List” recipient as a Health Innovator and 2020’s In Business Magazines “40 under 40”. Other awards include Black Chamber of Commerce 2020 “Eagle Award”, Nami of Dane County 2020 “Mental Health Trailblazer”, and Wisconsin Alliance for Infant Mental Health 2020 “Spirit Award”.


October 7
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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