As many of you have seen me deliver seminars and involved in what’s going on in and around campus to help foster that sense of community. Many of you may know I am a big advocate of financial literacy. I’ve seen so many not-for-profits and financial institutions target financial education to our youth. I do believe laying the foundation early is important however I’ve always asked, what about us folks?  Those of us who have put the classroom days behind us are always thirsty for knowledge and we may not be as vocal as we want to be.

I’ve made it a mission to bring Financial Literacy to the Workplace. I’m not alone at this, the US Government believes in this too! Help me reach a career milestone and chance to win tuition scholarship of up to $25,000 to attend courses at Harvard Business School and Wharton School of Business.  I’d like to share this conversation I had with someone recently.  Someone asked me , “Why I was spending so much time getting people to vote?” Maybe that is the issue with the Credit Union industry? Some prevailing mindset and/or lack of competitiveness which I believe doesn’t lead to the  innovation and business success we need in the industry.  I told this person that the first step to being successful is trying and it’s not worth trying if you don’t give it your all.  I’m giving it my all with your help of course. Please take the time to vote.

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