The Dibble Institute equips young people with the skills and knowledge they need to develop healthy romantic relationships now and in the future. Dibble programs have reached over 100,000 students in all 50 states and are used in public and private schools, after school programs, community youth programs, youth agencies, health clinics, juvenile and justice locations. They have consulted with The Brookings Institute, RAND, The Urban Institute, The Institute for American Values, and The National Healthy Marriage Resource Center. In addition their grants/funding partners include the US Dept. of Health and Human Services, Anne E. Casey Foundation and the departments of education in Ohio, Indiana, North Carolina, Washington, Virginia and Texas. Because money plays a major role in youth relationships, Dibble developed a separate curriculum called Money Habitudes: How to be rich in love and life for teens. It can be used in conjunction with financial literacy programs as well as in life skills programs and classes in psychology and business.
Contact: Kay Reed, Executive Director
TG Tay established Money Habitudes Asia in 2009. He is also the CEO of Financial Life Coaching Pte Ltd, a training organization which spearheads workplace financial education and the training and coaching of wealth planners and financial advisors to move beyond the usual piece-meal, transaction-based selling to providing a more integrated and comprehensive wealth and financial advisory service. He is currently engaged by The Association of Banks (ABS) in conjunction with the MAS MoneySENSE program to provide financial education to companies, government bodies and students in institutions of higher learning. In addition, he also conducts regular workshops and seminars Financial Life Planning and Money Management to companies, community groups and churches. TG has produced two multimedia training CDs on the subject of “Financial Planning Uncommonsense” and “Financial Freedom – 7 Keys to Walking in Victory”. A revised English Asian version of the adult cards has been published and a translated version in Mandarin will soon be available through Money Habitudes Asia.
Contact: TG Tay, CEO
One of the largest fraternal benefit societies with open membership in the United States, Woodmen of the World Life Insurance Society was founded in Omaha, NE, more than 120 years ago to provide life insurance protection to members. As an extension of its long history of being committed to local communities through volunteer activities, donations and educational programs, the organization has launched Accessory to Success, an innovative educational program for women. Following a successful pilot, Money Habitudes™ was included as a key piece of the program. The cards proved to be an effective way to start conversations and help women become aware of the financial consequences (often unintended) of their habits and attitudes toward money. Additionally, playing with cards helped set the right tone at fun, informal, non-threatening home events.
Contact: 1-800-225-3108, ext. 57032.
Marriage Alive, founded in 1983 as a marriage and family educational organization, is dedicated to providing resources and training to help congregations and community groups build better marriages and families. Today Marriage Alive resources are trusted and widely utilized across the United States and internationally. Claudia Arp and David Arp, MSW, a husband-wife team, are the founders of Marriage Alive International, Inc. Their books have sold over a million copies in 10 languages and include the Gold Medallion winner, The Second Half of Marriage and the Silver Medallion winners, 10 Great Dates and Answering the 8 Cries of the Spirited Child. The Arps are also known for their pioneering work with empty nesters and for their Second Half of Marriage program and books. Partnering with PREP (University of Denver) they co-authored the book, Fighting for Your Empty Nest Marriage, with Scott Stanley, Howard Markman and Susan Blumberg. They have appeared as empty nest experts on national media such as NBC Today, PBS, CBS This Morning, and Focus on the Family and their work has been featured in national print media such as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Ladies Home Journal. Claudia and David are partnering to bring Money Habitudes to Germany and co-authoring a book on money and marriage.
García Yurcisin Associates focuses on cross-cultural orientation and leadership development for international corporations, educational institutions and individuals. The company also provides Spanish translation services and supports corporate employees moving between English and Spanish speaking countries with language classes, cultural awareness and sensitivity training. Nelia García Yurcisin is the Founder/President and personally speaks, trains and consults in English and Spanish. She is an adjunct faculty member and coach at the Center for Creative Leadership and has served on the adjunct faculties of Guilford College, Greensboro College and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She also has been the recipient of two grants from the Governor of North Carolina for educational institutes in Spain and in the United States. Nelia’s team translated the Money Habitudes cards and she provides training and presentations in English and Spanish.
Joyce Cohen, founder, is known for her motivating keynotes, workshops and materials targeting career development, the experienced workforce, generations in the workplace and mid life transitions. Independently and through her association with Career Systems Intl., she has worked with over 350 corporations, 15 government agencies, associations, universities and public schools throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa. She created the popular Diving In to Living™…My Way Program. The kit provides eight future planning guides on key life dimensions, questions to ask, exercises, resources, activities and next steps to plan a vibrant future direction. In addition to a workshop setting, it can be easily utilized as a self-paced program or retreat for individuals to use independently. After completing insightful tools and exploring eight other life dimensions, a satisfying future is launched to follow a future of your dreams. An integral part of the process includes Money Habitudes™ which introduces the difficult but pervasive topic of money into the self-discovery process in an easy and effective way. The results become valuable foundation into how one’s relationship with money can impact life, career and financial goals.
Contact: Joyce Cohen
Institute of Consumer Financial Education endorses Money Habitudes cards and guides and distributes them through their
Contact: Paul Richard, Executive Director
Jump$tart Coalition for Financial Literacy includes Money Habitudes products in the National Clearinghouse Contact: Anne Bannister, Clearinghouse Manager
The Center for Creative Leadership is working to unlock the potential of young people around the world by collaborating with education and community organizations serving youth. The Youth Leadership Development Toolkit includes Money Habitudes for Teens and is used in Africa, South America and Asia as well as in North America.
Contact: Lyndon Rego, Director of the Innovation Incubator at CCL