Empowering the future generation through 
financial education 

About me

Armita Hosseini is a high school student from Toronto, Canada, and is an active advocate of financial and economic education for youth. In 2020, she published the book Roadmap to Financial Literacy, and later founded EmpowerEcon to host virtual financial literacy and entrepreneurship camps for teens. She has been featured on Forbes, Next Gen Personal Finance, and other notable outlets, and envisions a future where every student is offered a one-semester personal finance course.

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Dollar Notes

Increasing access to financial 
and economic education
through EmpowerEcon

EmpowerEcon is an organization empowering youth in developing the knowledge and skills to approach their financial futures with confidence. It does this through hosting virtual financial education camps and providing educational resources, and has hosted 3 financial education camps and 1 entrepreneurship camp with 260 participants from 34 countries across 5 continents to date. EmpowerEcon’s curriculum covers topics such as income streams, building credit, loans, financial skills, practical finances, insurance, predatory lending, and long-term financial goals.

Features &

 I have been featured in 38+ instances, some of which include:


Check my Book! 

Roadmap to Financial Literacy: An Introduction to Personal Finance For Teenagers provides a holistic understanding of the world of finance teens will encounter after high school. It covers topics such as building credit, student loans, mortgages, saving, investing, and budgeting, and is filled with graphics and examples to supplement the content. Written by a teen, for teens, it explains concepts in a simple and easy-to-understand yet in-depth manner and takes readers on a journey to explore the field of finance. 


“Every high school student should read this book; I wish I had the opportunity to read it when I was in high school. I suggest all parents buy it for their kids before starting high school, as it talks about the basics of finance all youth should know about!”

- Robin Kadd, accounting and finance graduate from Seneca College