Jean Chatzky

Moderated by personal finance expert Jean Chatzky
Oprah & Friends™ money expert, financial editor for NBC's Today, award-winning journalist and best-selling author

Joe Carberry

Introductory remarks by Joe Carberry
Senior Vice President,
Corporate Relations Visa Inc.

Todd Rokita

Todd Rokita
Indiana Secretary of State

Richard Cordray

Richard Cordray
Ohio Treasurer of State

William Seidman

William Seidman
Chairman Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (1985-1991)

Richard Riley

Richard Riley
U.S. Secretary of Education (1993-2001) and Governor of South Carolina (1979-1987)

Laura Levine

Laura Levine
Executive Director, Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy

John Bryant

John Bryant
Founder of Operation Hope and author of Banking on our Future

Chauncey Veatch

Chauncey Veatch
National Teacher of the Year

Steve Malin

Steve Malin
Senior Education Specialist, Federal Reserve Bank of New York

Richard Cordray - Ohio Treasurer of State

Richard Cordray is the Ohio Treasurer. Elected in 2006, he manages all banking functions for the State of Ohio and an investment portfolio averaging $11 billion, and he is taking the lead to implement personal finance education in Ohio's high schools.

Cordray is experienced in government, having served as Franklin County Treasurer, as a State Representative, and as Ohio's first State Solicitor. An attorney by profession, he argued six cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and taught for 15 years at Ohio State's law school.

An active volunteer, Richard Cordray received the Ohio Legal Assistance Foundation's Presidential Award for his work supporting legal services for the poor. In 2000, the Human Rights Campaign recognized him as its Humanitarian of the Year for his efforts to promote tolerance and understanding in our community. In 2005, he was named the national "County Leader of the Year" by American City & County magazine.

Richard Cordray lives near Grove City with his wife Peggy and their young twins, Danny & Holly. His earliest claim to fame was as an undefeated 5-time champion on the Jeopardy TV show.