The Financial Findings Podcast is a series developed by the Center for Financial Security that features interviews with researchers about household finance, financial security, and retirement and disability research and the implications for policy, practice, and relevance for the general public. The podcast series is hosted by Jonathon Ferguson.
Episode 2: Interview with Jill Hoiting
For this episode we have an interview with Jill Hoiting. Jill is a PHD student in the Social Welfare program at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Jill’s research interests include affordability, accessibility and quality of childcare, prevention of expulsion in early education, quality and effectiveness of family support programming and systems, and early childhood and family policy.
Jill holds a Master of Social Work degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and a bachelor’s of science degree from the University of Georgia.
We discuss Jill’s research project titled “I Don’t Like all of Those Fees—Pragmatism about Financial Services Among Low-Income Parents”