Bitterroot Financial Education Coalition (BFEC)
The Bitterroot Financial Education Coalition (BFEC) is a partnership of Ravalli County organizations working to improve lives and strengthen our community by providing access to financial education that prepares individuals for life-long success in problem solving, decision making, and personal financial competence.
Formed in June 2011 as a project of the Bitterroot RC&D, organizations came together to address the need for a coordinated county-wide educational effort. Affiliates have always offered components of personal finance education, but no one’s been looking to see where there might be duplication or gaps; there was little resource or information sharing. The BFEC was formed to get agencies working together to reduce any redundancies, improve efficiency, and make a much more comprehensive package of personal finance education available.
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Katelyn Andersen is the Chair of BFEC and serves as the Family and Consumer Science faculty member at the MSU Extension Office in Ravalli County. She is available to teach by request for groups by contacting her at 406-375-6611 or by email.
Connect via the Bitterroot Financial Education Coalition Facebook page.
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