Financial Expert, Authority on Family Financial Education
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Joline Godfrey is a CEO, speaker and innovator in financial education for children and families. Providing a unique developmental, experiential approach to financial education, her work gives families new tools for developing their human capital and raising children growing up in the midst of abundance.
Joline Godfrey is also the author of Raising Financially Fit Kids, Our Wildest Dreams: Women Making Money, Having Fun, Doing Good; No More Frogs To Kiss: 99 Ways to Give Economic Power to Girls; Twenty $ecrets to Money and Independence: The DollarDiva’s Guide to Life.
In 1992, an article she wrote for Inc. Magazine led Joline to launch An Income of Her Own, the first non-profit offering financial education for girls. Over the next few years, Joline Godfrey became one of the country’s leading experts on girls, women and money and the success of that effort led to the founding of her own company in 1996.
Based in Santa Barbara, CA, Joline Godfrey’s firm provides financial education for children and families with a rich array of programs, products and services, including The Great Families Program for thought leader families; Camp $tart-Up, DollarDiva and Indie Girls programming. Her clients include Fortune 100 families, leading financial institutions, multi-family offices and boutique investment firms.
Recognized in features for The Today Show, Oprah, Fortune, BusinessWeek, the New York Times, and more, Joline Godfrey is a frequent speaker and consultant worldwide.
More About Joline Godfrey . . .
Entrepreneur, author and speaker, Joline Godfrey is a pioneer in the field of financial literacy for children. A clinical social worker by training, at the beginning of her career, Joline Godfrey was an executive of the Polaroid Corporation where she provided in-house family and therapeutic services to officers and employees. One of the first women in the nation to manage a spin-off from a Fortune 500 company, she launched Odysseum, a spin-off from Polaroid, and sold it in 1990. Odysseum was a creativity training company serving other Fortune 500 firms.
Joline Godfrey is a graduate of the University of Maine and Boston University (where she received an MSW) and was awarded an Honorary Degree in Business from Bentley College in 1995. She was a Kellogg Leadership Fellow and the recipient of the Leavey Award for Excellence, as well as the Beta Gamma Sigma Entrepreneurship Award.