Amy Lins MMI

Amy Lins is Senior Director of Learning and Development at MMI, the largest provider of nonprofit financial counseling and education in the United States. Amy holds a Bachelor’s in Curriculum and Instruction with a math and computer science teaching concentration and a Master’s in Business Administration with a finance concentration. Amy has taught secondary math and computer science, worked in information technology at a Fortune 500 company, and for the last 16 years has served MMI in several capacities.

Amy has a passion for financial wellness and education, which began with her career as a math teacher. Currently, Amy leads MMI’s learning and development team, which includes instructional design, employee training, and consumer financial wellness education. Amy has been instrumental in the strategic shift of MMI’s national education platform, including the development of consumer financial health curriculum for many of MMI’s partners and online learning modules for MMI’s proprietary Personalized Learning Platform (PLP). Amy and her team provide in-person and online education to thousands of consumers each year.

Amy has presented at a number of local and national conferences and events, including the Society of Human Resources Management, Midwest Claims Association, Association for Talent Development, Enterprise Learning Conference and Expo, and InSync Training BYTE Series. Amy speaks on many financial topics, including implementing workplace financial wellness and consumer financial health programming. Amy also specializes in talent management industry issues, including eLearning, managing a remote workforce, instructional design, and leadership development.

Amy is available for speaking engagements throughout the United States and can be booked by contacting Thomas Nitzsche at 404.490.2227.

latest from Amy:

"What HR Professionals Need to Know About Organizational Financial Wellness"
"Workplace Financial Wellness Programs: Get Started with These Questions"

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