Maryland Public Television (MPT) will broadcast the original documentary film, “Thinking Money: The Psychology Behind Our Best and Worst Financial Decisions,” showcasing the impact of behavioral psychology on everyday financial decision-making. Tisa Silver Canady, MBA, associate director of financial education and wellness, is featured in a televised, post-documentary panel discussion of the film, “Thinking Money: Practical Solutions,” where she offers practical solutions for individuals with regards to financial activities such as saving, spending, and investing.
Who Else Is Involved?
The panel also features Gerri Walsh, JD, president of the FINRA Investor Education Foundation and Allen Cox, PhD, managing director of the Maryland Coalition for Financial Literacy. The discussion will be moderated by MPT’s veteran business correspondent, Karen Gibbs.
Several UMB students and staff participated in the special as members of the studio audience. A Q&A session filmed after the discussion includes questions from Seante Hatcher, program director in the University of Maryland School of Social Work‘s Office of Continuing Professional Education and 2015 Carey Law graduates Jasmyn Allen and Frederick Curtis. Watch some clips from the Q&A.
About Tisa Silver Canady
Since joining the University of Maryland, Baltimore in 2011, Canady has personally advised students on the repayment of more than $25 million in student loan debt. In addition to her work in financial education and wellness, Canady is an accomplished finance author and a member of the School of Social Work Financial Social Work Initiative Steering Committee.
Thinking Money: Practical Solutions will air on MPT, Friday, July 31 at 10 p.m. EST and Saturday, Aug. 1 at 2 a.m. EST.