Cynthia Campbell leads Filene’s accessible financial services incubator and helps organizations apply Filene research as director of impact + labs. She’s passionate about helping people build assets, understanding that financial stress can cause problems in other areas of life such as marriage, career, school, and with self-esteem.
Cynthia comes to Filene from Tinker Federal Credit Union where she served as vice president – financial empowerment program manager. She developed and implemented TFCU's award-winning Financial Empowerment Program. Thousands attend the hundreds of financial literacy workshops Tinker offers yearly and use the one-on-one financial counseling, REAL solutions products, online budgeting tools, and learning modules. Cynthia also implemented Oklahoma’s first three in-school credit union branches while at TFCU.
Cynthia earned her Credit Union Development Educator designation through the National Credit Union Foundation and is a Certified Credit Union Financial Counselor through the Credit Union National Association. She holds a master’s degree and BS in Business Administration from Elmhurst College in Illinois. She also holds a master’s degree in Adult Education from the University of Central Oklahoma.
Cynthia is an experienced facilitator, energetic emcee, and passionate presenter. Her recent presentations include:
- Serving the Underserved and Unbanked
- Financial Stress and Workplace Performance
- Extending Your Reach: Building a Financial Empowerment Team at your Credit Union
- Presentation Skills
- Credit Union Philosophy and Cooperative Principles
- Traits of Wealthy People
- Investing in Yourself
- 20+ financial literacy topics including budgeting, credit scores, credit reports, identity theft, car buying, home buying, and investing