FinMango is an international non-profit on a mission to solve complex problems that endanger the financial health of young adults.

Our goal is financial equity for all by 2050. We focus on disrupting systems where our networks have the greatest opportunity to drive change — young adults during life transitions and financial shocks. We do this by supporting public, government, and private sector actors with the insights they need to make a collective difference.
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Our Values

Sure, we do amazing stuff. But it’s what we’re here for and what we stand for that’s particularly, well … amazing.

Globally Inclusive

We work to inspire coalitions and are, in turn, deeply inspired by those who share our passion.

Insatiably Curious

We never stop learning. We deploy new knowledge to increase our capacity and to explore what might be possible.

Boldly Optimistic

We pursue a better life for all with boundless passion.

Fanatically Focused

We choose our work and our partners intentionally based on research, data and capacity with an eye for measurable impact.

Honest & Transparent

We are humble enough to recognize our own shortcomings, open enough to share our work and brave enough to shine light on system failures.

Leading the team

Facing a problem as complex as the financial health of young adults requires an incredible team. We’re grateful to have some of the most innovative and committed leaders guiding our organization.

Scott Glasgow

Scott is a social impact innovator and start-up advisor who's work has received international recognition in dozens of media articles, including a U.S. News & World Report Op-Ed, CNN, The New York Times, NBC, The Daily Beast, and TIME Magazine. He is a 2x TEDx speaker (Anápolis, Brazil & Lomé, Togo). Hear his full story here.

Katherine Lordi

Katherine holds a degree in Computer Science & Engineering and Management from Bucknell University. In addition to FinMango, she is currently an Associate Product Manager at Dow Jones working on WSJ and Barron's digital experiences. Outside of work, Katherine is passionate about health/wellness, fitness, sports, music, and piano.

Bruna Chixaro

Bruna is a Brazilian writer, world traveler, lawyer and researcher from Manaus, a city located in the heart of the Amazon. Her expertise is in Human Rights and International Law. She is the author of two published books and is the Secretary General of the commission of lawyers dedicated to protecting the rights of refugees and immigrants.

Chris Shannon

Chris is the a VP at NEFE and Deputy Director at the Federal Reserve Bank in Boston. She specializes in strategic consultation, programmatic design, evaluation and leadership experience in education and workforce systems, Chris focuses on initiatives that increase access and opportunities for marginalized populations and advance equity.

Oscar Wahltinez

Oscar is an engineer and team lead at Google. He has 10+ years of industry experience including leading teams and speaking at large public events. His expertise is in machine learning, data engineering, telemetry systems, software testing and mobile development. He strongly believes in the value of bringing technology to the world.

Jack Enkema

Jack is an Engineer at MathWorks. He is very passionate about helping others, as well supporting the financial health of young adults globally. He graduated in 2020 from Bucknell with a Mechanical Engineering degree and started his career on the emissions side of the automotive world. Outside of work he loves to fly-fish and be outdoors/active.