Director, Financial Security and Financial Education, U.S. Department of the Treasury
Louisa M. Quittman is the Director, Financial Security and Financial Education in the Office of Consumer Policy at the U.S. Department of the Treasury. She is responsible for policy development and coordination related to financial education, savings, and related topics to improve the financial security of Americans, especially lower-wealth and historically underserved communities. She coordinates the interagency Financial Literacy and Education Commission, and oversaw the development of the National Strategy for Financial Literacy 2020, Best Practices for Financial Literacy and Education for Institutions of Higher Education, and a review of federal financial education activities. She also oversees research and pilots on related topics. Ms. Quittman has previously served in a number of roles at the Department of the Treasury in financial inclusion and community development, including managing the Community Development Financial Institutions Program, investing in communities around the U.S.