Financial Literacy 101
Location: Art Produce
This crash course in financial literacy will give attendees an overview of the ins and outs of planning for your future on a non-profit salary, how to save for retirement, how to establish financial goals, how to save even when your trying to pay off your students loans, and what stock and bonds are. Come gain insight and tools for building yourself a financially stable future.
Light snacks provided by RAL, beer available for purchase at the attached Chuck Alek biergarten.
Financial Advisor/Retirement Planning
Tyler Hewes has been with Christopher Weil & Company, Inc. since 2013. He advises retirement plan participants of both for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Tyler is a Registered Investment Advisor Representative and is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional (“CFP®”) and received an Executive Financial Planner Advanced Certificate from San Diego State University’s College of Business Administration.Tyler earned his bachelors’ degree in theatre (with a focus on directing for the stage) from Eastern Connecticut State University in 2002. After graduating Tyler moved to San Diego to pursue a life in the performing arts. From 2003 to 2008 Tyler served as Production Manager for Mainly Mozart. From late 2007 to late 2010 Tyler was Executive Director of the San Diego Chamber Orchestra, later returning to Mainly Mozart in January, 2011 as Associate Director. Tyler is a graduate of the Fieldstone Foundation’s Executive Learning Group, the New Leaders Council/San Diego Leadership Alliance, and the Fund Raising School at the Lilly School of Philanthropy at Indiana University, and the Equinox Center’s BoardNEXT program. Tyler served three years on the steering committee of the Rising Arts Leaders of San Diego. In 2017 Tyler was appointed by Mayor Kevin Faulconer to serve on the City of San Diego’s Commission for Arts and Culture. Tyler is active in the arts as a supporter, as well as occasional actor, director, and playwright.