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The financial education program on Credit Management at Fisk University made a great impact on the student body. Many students were unaware of the intricacies involved with credit cards, credit scores, or even gaining credit, and the seminar touched on these points as well as many more. Personally, from the seminar I have been able to assess my credit and develop a plan to help myself eliminate debt that was accumulated during my college matriculation. The seminar as well as the presentation speaker provided key tips and advice to help me with my goal and to this day I have used what I learned to successfully start eliminating my debt.

Jamilah V. Riddick, Fisk University

“In these tough economic times, presentations like these become even more important for our students. They need to be made aware of money management issues so that they make all the right decisions as they go through their student life and enter careers.”

Dr. Anil Kukreja, Xavier University’s School of Business

Hello Mr. Daniels,

My name is Symaj Campbell. I am a Junior undergraduate student at Howard University. A couple weeks ago you came and spoke in my orientation class about financial literacy. At the end, you gave us your contact information saying we may contact you with questions or interest. I am contacting you because I am interested in becoming more financially educated. I would like to start taking steps such as investments, good saving plans, but I am honestly not sure where to start. For this reason, I am hoping that I may be able to speak with you and hopefully gain some knowledge about opportunities or steps I could take toward doing these things. I hope to hear from you soon. Thank you in advance.

Symaj Campbell, Howard University

Dear Ted Daniels, I am pleased to tell you that I have successfully defended my dissertation earlier this week on the essential personal finance concepts and competencies for Undergraduate College Students, Undergraduate Student Education Loan Recipients, and First-Generation Undergraduate College Students. I will graduate from the University of Georgia in May! There is no way I can express my thanks to you for your support and participation in this study as a member of the panel. Your expertise and insight played a significant role in my study to identify those personal finance concepts and competencies for undergraduate college students. It is so greatly appreciated – thank you very much!

M.J.Kabaci, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Housing and Consumer Economics, College of Family and Consumer Sciences, University of Georgia

“My investment finance professor really harps on the idea of being able to understand finance in way that you can speak to anybody on any level and I gleaned this about you from your lecture.”

Jason Ruiz, Morehouse College






Financial Literacy seminars are offered to college and university students:
  • Credit Management
  • Personal Money Management
  • Student Loan Management
  • Investor Education


Financial Literacy seminars and workshops are offered in the workplace:

  • Budgeting *
  • Credit Management *
  • Banking and Investments *
  • Automotive Financing *
  • Personal Money Management
  • Investor Education
  • Retirement Planning
  • Life Cycle Investment Allocations
  • Estate Planning
  • Financing College Costs
  • Wealth Building
  • Risk Management/Insurance
  • Homeownership

* Courses on GSA Schedule-GSA Contract Number GS-02F-061 AA

Financial Literacy seminars and workshops offered in the community:
  • Credit Management
  • Budgeting
  • Banking and Investing
  • Automotive Financing

Professional Development seminars:
  • Preparing for Leadership
  • Workplace Dynamics 101
  • Keys to Professionalism
  • Team Dynamics
  • Presentation Skills
  • Conducting Effective Meetings
  • Navigating the Corporate Culture



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