Margaret Libby is the CEO and Founder of MyPath, a national nonprofit that promotes upward economic mobility for low-income BIPOC youth. Since her start in January 2007, Margaret has led MyPath’s pioneering work to demonstrate the effectiveness of integrating banking, saving and credit-building into youth employment settings. Under her leadership and in partnership with young people, MyPath launched MyPath Savings, the nation’s first model to integrate banking, saving and peer support directly into youth employment settings, and MyPath Credit, the nation’s first youth-focused credit-building model. MyPath also supports youth leaders to combine data insights and their stories to advocate for policy change that will advance youth financial and economic inclusion.
A 2020 James Irvine Leadership Awardee, Margaret currently serves on the FDIC Advisory Committee on Economic Inclusion, the Credit Builders Alliance Board of Directors, the NEFE Board of Trustees and is a founding member of nLIFT (Nonprofit Leaders in Financial Technology). She holds a BA from Brown University and an MSW from U.C. Berkeley.