Professionals Offer Free Financial Education Jackson, Mississippia conference is scheduled June 20-21 of new york city
Washington, May 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The African-American Financial Advisers Association (“AAAA” or “Association”), a non-profit membership organization for African-American financial advisors and other wealth management industry professionals, is a former NFL team up with players Nolan Carroll and Nolan Carroll Foundation donate over 20,000 bottles of water to students Jackson State University (JSU). At the donation event held this spring, Howard Brown Jr.Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Business and Finance at JSU and College.
Christian NuwashkeAssociation President MFP® said, “The African American Financial Advisors Association believes that health impacts wealth. We are committed to doing it, and we are excited too.”Partnering with retired NFL players Nolan Carroll and Nolan Carroll Foundation donate water to students Jackson State Universityone of the largest black colleges and universities (HBCU) in history usa. The association and foundation recognize the importance of supporting education and promoting financial literacy as one of the best ways to serve our communities. ”
Improving financial literacy
Since its founding in 2001, the Institute has played a leadership role in giving back to the Black and African American community while inspiring the next generation of financial professionals.Nuwashike and Chel BernardManager of Diversity and Community Outreach at Dalton Education, he pursues a career in wealth management in line with our shared goal of empowering and supporting black communities by promoting financial literacy in disadvantaged communities. I talked to the students about the opportunities.
The conference is part of a series of regional conferences hosted by the association throughout the year, including a series of client symposiums and free financial education for attendees on a variety of topics including retirement planning, investment strategy and debt management. provided. One participant said, “The information provided at the symposium was very useful. After attending, I feel more confident about my financial future.” The next regional meetings of the Association will be held at: new york city, June 20-21.
In addition to client symposiums, the association hosted career fairs and networking events for job seekers and students. Jackson State University. The event provided students with an opportunity to meet the association’s corporate members and learn about internships and other career opportunities in wealth management.
About the African American Financial Advisors Association (AAAA)
The African American Financial Advisors Association (AAAA), a non-profit membership organization for African American financial advisors and related professionals, was established to address the needs and concerns of African American financial professionals. it was done. AAAA works in partnership with HBCU academic leaders, legislative and regulatory bodies, financial services companies, and consumer interest groups that support financial planning degree programs. AAAA promotes the value of financial planning and advances the financial planning profession.
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