Financial Educators

While not technically part of the coalition itself, teachers are on the “front lines” of the financial literacy effort and are responsible for a good deal of its success. And each month we highlight their success in our Teacher Spotlight.

Today, personal finance is being taught as a standalone course or incorporated into other subject matter in public, private and charter schools across the country, at every level from preschool to post-secondary.

The Jump$tart Coalition—along with our national partners and state affiliates—is proud to support these dedicated and talented professionals.

J$FFE Teacher Advisors

To ensure that our resources work well for the teachers who use them, their feedback is essential to everything we develop. Thank you to the J$FFE Teacher Advisors who are currently working with Jump$tart on a new professional development program that will be available soon.

  • Leah Bratcher, Marina High School (Huntington Beach, Calif.)
  • Sally Burnett, Holden High School (Holden, Mo.)
  • Joel Chrisler, Sauk Prairie High School (Prairie Du Sac, Wis.)
  • Kellie Haayer, Kaiser Elementary (Houston, Texas)
  • Bonnie Maye, El Segundo High School (El Segundo, Calif.)
  • Sheila Miller, Newfound Regional High School (Bristol, N.H.)
  • Michael Onda, James Wood High School (Winchester, Va.)
  • Jill Pilon, Drayton High School (Drayton, N.D.)