Kapria Franklin

Financial Coach

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Kapria is a certified financial social worker, where she assists her clients with achieving their financial goals while focusing on how trauma and behavior affects their current financial situation. She received her Master of Social Work degree from the University of Missouri in St. Louis, MO in 2016. She received her certification in financial social work in April 2017. Her work with low to moderate-income families has empowered her to build communities. Through various financial services combined with financial products, her goal is to help increase credit scores and access to wealth accumulation. Kapria hopes that all individuals will have access to the opportunities and support that allow them to achieve economic well-being. During one on one financial coaching sessions, Kapria assists participants in exploring their relationship with money, and help discover ways for behavior change in order to achieve lifelong results. Kapria works to inspire and empower her learners to create life-long financial prosperity.


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