For Anna Flores, financial education and personal responsibility go hand in hand, and she’s on a mission to impart this to America’s youth. One of three children raised by Puerto Rican grandparents who immigrated to New York state in the 1940s, Anna had to grow up quickly. She is grateful that her grandparents, especially her… Read More

When we think about the inner city or communities with predominantly Latino or African-American populations, it may, for some, bring to mind poverty and crime. Many underserved communities are plagued with a higher incidence of violence, underperforming schools and inadequate infrastructure. But despite lacking everything from libraries with computer access to public transportation and even… Read More