Eva Wolkowitz


As a Manager, Eva Wolkowitz develops insights in collaboration with stakeholders and partner organizations to share timely and in-depth knowledge about the evolving underserved market. Eva analyzes emerging industry trends and innovations with a focus on market dynamics, financial technology, and consumer usage patterns that impact consumer financial health. She is passionate about the potential of financial services innovation to power products that serve consumers & their communities well.

Prior to joining CFSI, Eva worked as a Legislative Aide in the Ohio House of Representatives, immersing herself in state and local policy creation. In this capacity, she served as clerk of the House Financial Institutions, Real Estate and Securities Committee, a role that helped develop and inform her interest in consumer financial services. She also built skills as a field organizer and manager for national, statewide, and regional political campaigns in Ohio and while working with the Election Commission of Bhutan on the development of participatory institutions and processes following Bhutan’s transition to democracy.

Eva holds a Master of Public Policy from the Ford School at the University of Michigan, where she focused her graduate work on economic and urban development, domestic social policy, and non-profit management. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English from Oberlin College.

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