Dr. Michelle M. Thompson, associate professor at UNO PLUS, shows her financial inclusion project which is focused on evaluating the public and private financial policies, tools, and practices (FPTP) that impact the ability for people to increase their personal and family wealth. The New Orleans case study focuses on introducing p3GIS (public and private participation geographic information systems) in a dynamic study of the Neighborhood Development Foundation (NDF) First-time Homebuyer (32 years) and Financial Fitness (12 years) graduates who have purchased homes. The results of this study provided both a spatial map and financial impact analysis of home investments from 1986-2017.
This event is free and open to the public. Registration is not required. There is one (1) AIA continuing education credit available for those who attend.