Mike Periu & Sanjib Kalita
EcoFin Media's mission is to empower consumers to make wise financial decisions by offering culturally relevant, practical, and interactive financial literacy programs. Our vision is to be the leading provider of financial literacy content across all media in English and Spanish in the United States. Content created by EcoFin Media reaches millions of customers through the web, television, and print. Our company targets consumers directly through our own educational platforms like DINEROyCREDITO.com (Money and Credit), and we also work with leading brands like American Express, Sears, and the Life Foundation to develop customized financial literacy content.
Mike Periu of New Brunswick, N.J., develops high-quality, culturally-relevant educational programs for financial literacy. Through his work, Mike has become a leading voice for empowerment through financial education. He has given over 500 television and radio interviews advocating for greater financial awareness among consumers and frequently is quoted in the media on matters of business, finance, and entrepreneurship. Mike has experience in international business, marketing, corporate finance, personal finance, and management. He began his career with the International Finance Corporation and subsequently started three companies over ten years. Mike has a degree in finance and international business from Georgetown University. He recently was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Council for Economic Education, a leading national organization that provides financial and economic training for K-12 students and teachers in the United States and abroad.
Sanjib Kalita's areas of expertise include marketing management, new product and business development, project management, and strategic planning. He previously was a senior vice president of marketing at Citi Cards, where he spent nine years launching new products, turning around a $4 billion revenue business, and managing a portfolio of 15 million customers representing $30 billion in assets. Sanjib also has held positions at Intel, Bristol Myers-Squibb, and Peppers & Rogers Group. He received bachelor's and master's degrees in electrical engineering from Cornell University and an MBA from Kellogg School of Management.