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#FridayFollow: Knowledge Creates Impact

Get to know FINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellow, Darya Morrison Darya Morrison is an AFC® candidate and a 2020 FINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellow. Less than one year ago, she was filling out the application to join the Fellowship program. Today she has an ambitious personal goal of earning her...

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#FridayFollow: Meaningful work wherever life takes you

Meaningful work wherever life takes you As we enter the application period for the 2021 FINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellowship, we approached two 2020 FINRA Foundation award-winning Fellows with some Friday Five questions. Learn more about their passion for this work and why others should apply for the fellowship program.The...

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#FridayFollow: The Power of Connections

Andi Wrenn, AFC® is a financial counselor who is passionate about helping people make great financial decisions. She is equally as passionate about helping other financial professionals make connections and build a rewarding career. As an early recipient of the FINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellowship, Andi’s supportive presence has been a...

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#FridayFollow – Changing Lives Through Personal Finance and Financial Education

Nyesha Burton is an Accredited Financial Counselor® (AFC®) working for the Department of the Army. She provides financial counseling and financial education to military families abroad in Germany. Nyesha thoroughly enjoys helping her clients gain a solid financial foundation, preparing them to make educated, sound decisions individually and collectively.AFCPE: What inspired...

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Successfully Blending Family And Career

My wife and I met and married while she was an NROTC instructor at the University of Texas. At the time, I was enjoying my career as a software developer in Austin.  I knew that our marriage would likely put her career in the Navy before mine. Like any military family,...

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A Military Spouse Perspective: Pursuing a Career as a Financial Counselor

My early financial education was given to me by my parents, sort of unintentionally and mostly from observation.   As I grew up and became an adult, I learned some better financial practices from friends and associates.  I also started reading books that taught about financial topics.My husband and I started...

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