May 15-17, 2025
San Antonio, TX

Financial Professionals With Military Ties


Military + Money

MilMoneyCon is the event for financial professionals united by military service. Its mission is to bring service members, veterans, and military spouses together to build and progress their careers, continue their education, and grow their earning power as practicing or rising financial professionals.

Rising tides lift all ships. Coming together will allow us to begin conversations and help each other in ways we have yet to imagine.

Here’s what you can expect when you attend MilMoneyCon:

  • Connect with like-minded professionals who truly understand the military and veteran financial landscape.
  • Discussions on emerging trends, resources, problems, and solutions in financial planning, counseling, and coaching.
  • Employment opportunities or ways to increase your earning potential as a financial professional.
  • Educational sessions led by industry experts designed to sharpen your skills and knowledge.

2024 All Hands Speakers

Attiyya Ingram is a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She graduated, with honors, from Hampton University with a B.S. degree in Accounting.

Attiyya found her passion for helping others gain control of their financial well-being when she began volunteering with the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society. She continued volunteering her time by facilitating Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University. During this same time, Attiyya expanded her financial education by attending Boston University and earning a graduate certificate in financial planning.

As a committed community servant, Attiyya has also volunteered her financial management expertise at VITA offices as an Internal Revenue Service registered tax preparer.

More about Attiyya Ingram.

Andrew (Andy) Cohen is the Director, Financial Readiness in the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Personnel Policy. As Director, he leads the Financial Readiness team in the planning, direction, control and coordination of Department of Defense-wide policies and programs to meet the financial literacy and preparedness needs of Service members and their families.

More about Mr. Andy Cohen.

Dr. Eric Elbogen is the Director of the National Veterans Financial Resource Center (FINVET) at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and a Professor of Psychiatry at Duke University. He has worked at the VA since 2007, when he started running money management groups for Veterans. In the past 16 years, he has developed financial education materials for Veterans and led federally funded studies evaluating their impact on Veterans’ financial well-being. Dr. Elbogen has also published a number of scientific papers showing links between financial well-being in Veterans and outcomes, including suicidal ideation and homelessness.

More about Dr. Eric Elbogen.

Session Tracks


entrepreneurship, hiring, products, sales, services


industries, research, regulations, trends, technology


career transitions, certification, education, marketing


communication, government, military, processes, techniques

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