We Welcome Tori Berube to the MFF Team as Marketing and Outreach

Tori Berube

Tori Berube joined the MFF team in October on an interim basis and is focused on developing our various marketing and outreach initiatives.  Her passion for sharing financial wellness information began nearly 20 years ago when she began presenting Junior Achievement’s programming to second graders in a local elementary school.  Like many others on the […]

Teaching an Old Dog New Tricks

I am by no means a “Spring Chicken,” but as part of the Morgan Franklin Fellowship Foundation (MFF) team, I have learned a few things. When I began working with MFF, I thought I was doing rather well financially speaking. I had the following “under control:” Paid my bills on time Bought things I needed […]

MFF Is All About the Experience

MFF Founder Peter Morgan with MFF Fellows

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations WALK YOUR TALK Back in August of 2019, I joined the Morgan Franklin Fellowship Team. It was exciting to be a part of a small team that had a strong mission to provide many with the opportunity to become financially independent. What I did not know when I […]

Coffee & Conversation: A Lifelong Love of Learning

By: Tori Berube, MFF Marketing & Outreach “Learn something today that you can use tomorrow.” This is Morgan Franklin Fellowship Foundation (MFF) Executive Director Judi Window’s philosophy when it comes to learning. David Tirrell-Wysocki is the former executive director for the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications and a contributing writer for Fiddlehead, a publication […]

Financial Tools: The Pros and Cons of Bank Novo

By: Mike Cashion, MFF Director of Operations PROS All online Business Checking Account Seamless Account Opening Straightforward App is Simple and Effective   CONS Limited Services No Physical Bank Slow Shipping of Debit Card (Blame Covid) WHAT IS IT? Bank Novo is an online bank focused on Business Banking for Small Business, Soloprenuers, Contractors and […]

Are You Collegebound After July 1, 2021?

By: Tori Berube, MFF Volunteer Are you a high school senior? Are you currently in college? Will you be enrolled in college at least half-time after July 1, 2021? Do you know the U.S.  Department of Education’s office of Federal Student Aid provides more than $120 billion in financial aid to help pay for college […]