Welcome to SAIFE.org

The Speakers Association for Individual and Financial Education is a nonprofit speakers' bureau located in the greater Los Angeles area.

If you represent an employer, club, religious group or other organization looking for speakers, SAIFE is a convenient place to find experts who will present for you on a wide variety of topics at no charge.

SAIFE evaluates every speaker to ensure that you are getting an experienced speaker who really knows their stuff. We also promise that there is NO SALES in any presentation---just the most up to date and essential information.

SAIFE's mission is to help everyone reduce stress and improve their productivity by increasing their knowledge and understanding of financial processes, health issues, rights, responsibilities, and other essential areas of life by bringing educational presentations and materials to work places and other organizations. We also connect audience members with professional advice if they wish.

There is a huge need for health, financial and legal information. According to the CDC, obesity rates in the United States doubled between 1980 and 2000, including among children. Today, 30% of us are obese, increasing our risk of multiple chronic and serious illnesses. Fewer than half of us get regular exercise. The savings rate among U.S. households went below 1% in 2008, and has only started to creep back up in 2009 and 2010. More than a million households file for bankruptcy every year. Only about 5% of people retiring have enough savings to maintain their pre-retirement standard of living, and a quarter of new retirees have incomes of less than $15,000 per year.

If you are a professional who shares our mission of educating adults on topics of urgent importance for daily life, visit our membership page.

Financial education is a critical component of a robust and effective financial marketplace because financial literacy leads to better outcomes for individual consumers. Continued effort in this area is highly desirable. - Ben Bernanke, Chair, U.S. Federal Reserve, May 23, 2006, addressing the U.S. Senate Banking Committee