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Rising health care costs, the future of Social Security, and living beyond our means are just a few of the issues that weigh on the minds of most Americans. One local credit union believes that knowledge is power. And it’s working hard to provide Indianapolis-area residents with relevant and practical financial workshops to help improve their financial lives.

Meet Jamie Davidson, Financial Center Federal Credit Union’s Financial Literacy Program Manager. With experience in financial services and education, Jamie works with non-profit organizations, schools and local businesses to provide free financial workshops and one-on-one financial counseling services.
“It’s never too early or too late to work toward a better financial future. The more you know, the smarter financial decisions you’ll make now and in the future.”


– Jamie Davidson, Financial Literacy Program Manager

Jamie’s team of Credit Union Certified Financial Counselors provide workshops on topics like: “How to Set a                 Budget and Stick to It”, “Understanding and Improving Your Credit Score” Digging Out of Debt”, and “College             Planning”.

So what does Financial Center hope to gain from offering financial education classes?

“As a Credit Union, we feel it’s our responsibility to provide as much information about navigating the financial world as possible,” said Davidson. “And we hope that as people get to know our organization and have their own financial needs – whether for basic banking services, loans, or insurance – they’ll think of us first.”

If you would like to learn more about financial classes being offered in your area, or schedule a one-on-one financial counseling session, Jamie Davidson can be reached by email at or by phone at 317.473.1892


Financial Center Federal Credit Union is a locally-owned and managed non-profit credit union that has been serving people who live, work, worship, attend school, or volunteer in the greater-Indianapolis area for over 60 years. Our 160 employees serve the banking, investment and insurance needs of nearly 57,000 members worldwide. Our interpretation of the credit union creed “People Helping People” comes to life in three areas of philanthropic outreach: providing financial education to our members and to the communities we serve, feeding the hungry, and supporting our nation’s military and veterans.