The sheer number of stakeholders represented in this journal is a testament to the diverse and skilled professional community that already exists around professional financial counseling and coaching. Harnessing the vibrant networks of counselors, nonprofits, academics, government, philanthropy, and financial institutions invested in this work will allow for greater collaboration and partnerships, and provide deeper learnings on “what works” across a variety of contexts. The essays in this pillar showcase the value of various types of stakeholder communities—strategic integration partnerships, online resource sharing, professional development conferences and networking events, or formalizing support systems.
Training, professional development, and certification for practitioners and programs.
Service delivery models and the underlying data systems that support them.
Local, state, and national stakeholder networks that support and develop practitioner efforts.
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