LSR and AARP Utah partnered to host a conversation around what it means to properly secure one’s finances into their golden years, with a sober and respectful look at how Latino families can best prepare for the passing of loved-ones amidst the COVID-19 health crisis. The conversation is followed by a Call to Action by AARP Utah.
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- Welcome Remarks
- Cafecito Conversation
- Conversation with a Financial Advisor – Eric Graffe Ostos
- Call to Action | Local AARP Advocacy
- Alan Ormsby, State Director at AARP Utah.
- Silvia Castro, Executive Director, Suazo Business Center
- Danny Harris, Associate State Director of Advocacy, AARP Utah
- Eric Graffe Ostos, Financial Advisor, Edward Jones
For any questions please email Monica at Monica@LatinosRetirement.org
Meet The Speakers
Eric Graffe Ostos, Financial Advisor, Edward Jones
As an Edward Jones financial advisor, I understand that your financial needs can be complex and specialized. That's why I take the process of providing specific financial strategies for you and your business team seriously. I joined Edward Jones because they allow me to partner with people while we work together towards their goals, and I help them avoid the pitfalls that can derail the efforts that took a lifetime to build.
Danny Harris, Associate State Director of Advocacy, AARP Utah
Danny Harris is the Associate State Director of Advocacy for AARP in Utah. Danny came to AARP in 2011 and is the lead for all local, state and federal legislative issues including health care, utilities, voter engagement and financial security.
Alan Ormsby, State Director at AARP Utah
Alan Ormsby leads AARP Utah with a strong background in advocacy for Utah’s older adults and people with disabilities. His education is in law, with a focus on health care law, long-term care, home and community-based services, HIPAA, Medicare and Medicaid. Alan is currently a member of the Commission on Aging and is on the Alzheimer’s Association’s Board. Alan received his undergraduate degree from the University of Utah and law degree from Quinnipiac University.
Silvia Castro, Executive Director, Suazo Business Center
Silvia is the Executive Director for the Suazo Business Center. The Suazo Business Center is a 501c3 Utah nonprofit dedicated to the economic empowerment of the minority community. In their last fiscal year they served over 2600 clients. Silvia has over 20 years of experience working with enterprises and organizations of all sizes, including government under Governor Huntsman and Mayor Biskupski.
Monica Sibri, Director of Programs & Outreach, Latinos for a Secure Retirement
Monica is a strategist, organizer, and a program development specialist. She has unique expertise in nonprofit and personal social media branding, storytelling, community mobilizing, issue advocacy, and electoral campaigns.
Questions, Comments or Concerns?
Please Email Monica at email@example.com