She’s empowering youths through financial literacy

BIG STEP: Marcy Reyes, with some of her students at Central High School in Providence, where she began her Financial Literacy Youth Initiative program. From left, Osury Aponte, Sita Traore, Daniel Gonzalez, Reyes and Ashley Ortiz. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
BIG STEP: Marcy Reyes, with some of her students at Central High School in Providence, where she began her Financial Literacy Youth Initiative program. From left, Osury Aponte, Sita Traore, Daniel Gonzalez, Reyes and Ashley Ortiz. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
“I don’t know how to explain it. I had a nagging feeling I was supposed to give birth to something big,” said Marcy Reyes. Reyes always had an innate sense of being a change-maker. Successful corporate roles, including serving as assistant vice president of consumer credit for Santander Bank, and initiatives were satisfying, but she…

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