Join United Way of the Dutchess-Orange Region and Ulster Savings Bank for the Virtual Financial Literacy Workshop: Navigating Household Finances on Wednesday, August 19th at 10am.
In this one-hour seminar, presented by Abby Paul, Retail Business Development Officer at Ulster Savings Bank, and Brad Umble, Newburgh Branch Supervisor, Ulster Savings Bank, participants will walk away feeling more comfortable talking about money. They will learn helpful tips including “Ten Rules for Personal Finance”; how to have conversations about money with partners and children; the importance of safeguarding data, passwords, signatures and the like.
Let US help you navigate these uncertain times. COVID-19-related banking tips will be provided to all attendees.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Abby Paul joined Ulster Savings Bank four years ago. With over a decade of experience in banking, she is responsible for leading the Bank’s business development across branches located throughout Dutchess, Orange, and Ulster Counties. She understands the economic challenges Hudson Valley residents face. Abby actively supports Ulster Savings’ mission to remain a community-focused institution through her volunteer work.
Abby earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from SUNY Brockport and is enrolled in the Masters of Business Administration program at SUNY New Paltz. A 2014 graduate of the Leadership Dutchess program, Abby also completed the Pattern for Progress Fellows program. A 2014 Top Forty Under Forty honoree, Abby is an advocate for her community. Household financial wellness is a key ingredient in any healthy community.
Brad Umble has been a part of the Ulster Savings Bank team since the summer of 2017. He has worked out of the Newburgh branch since early 2018, most recently as branch supervisor. He enjoys being able to support his neighbors and local businesses through a community-oriented bank like Ulster Savings. Brad earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Music from Hobart College, and later completed a Master of Arts Degree in Arts Management at the University at Buffalo.