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About Cash With Draw

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KCTS9 has partnered with Washington Department of Financial Institutions to bring you Cash With Draw, an initiative that aims to empower our viewers with the tools of financial literacy and set them on the track towards financial security and success. Through a series of  hand drawn informational videos, by Artist Nathan Shields, Cash With Draw will trace through key financial strategies that we face in today's volatile economy and market. As a collaborative effort with DFI, Cash With Draw offers tools and resources for everything from retirement preparation to guidance on how to turn your morning cup of joe into extra money.  

About the Artist


Nathan Shields developed a love of drawing as a child in Ketchikan, AK. He earned his masters in teaching at Western Washington University and went on to teach highschool math. He now spends his time as a stay at home dad, doing art and caring for two little kids. While Shields primarily brings concepts and messages to life through the engaging medium of speed drawing animation, he has also gained recent recognition for his unique style of pancake art

About the Producer


Josephine Cheng has been a Seattle television reporter, host, and producer for more than 20 years. At KCTS9 she's hosted the financial show, About the Money, produced The Golden Apple Awards spotlighting outstanding teachers, and produced the award-winning arts documentaries Piccasso in Seattle and Land of Beauty and Bounty. Cheng has won 14 Regional Emmys for her work, as well as several national awards from the American Federation of Women in Television, the Society of Professional Journalists, and the Asian American Journalists Association.

Meet our Partners 


"DFI regulates financial services to protect and educate the public and promote economic vitality." The Washington State Department of Financial Institutions is a government agency that regulates Washington state's financial service providers and provides financial education and resources for Washington consumers. DFI partners with local and national organizations to promote financial literacy.


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