The NFEC Promotes Trevor Stoll to Director of Operations to Expand Their Financial Literacy Team

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The National Financial Educators Council team expands with the promotion of Trevor Stoll, Director of Operations.

The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC) team continues to expand to meet the growing demand for financial education services. Trevor Stoll is promoted to Director of Operations and new team members are brought on board to take over his former role of client relations and logistics.

Trevor Stoll is skilled in the optimization of logistics for both personnel processes and materials supply chains. A Master’s in Business Administration from the Paul Merage School of Business and time spent in Hong Kong and Brazil has provided Trevor with a solid background in international business relations. He brings strong leadership and dedication to the alignment of a cohesive strategic vision and corporate culture.

Trevor's passion for teaching money management started in college. He founded a financial education club on the campus of University of California, Riverside and hosted several events that helped educate his peers on personal financial matters.

“Trevor possesses the skills, passion and knowledge that will help the NFEC continue to lead the financial literacy movement. His ability to form collaborative relationships and build win-win solutions will help us to engender industry support and promote financial wellness globally,” states NFEC’s CEO Vince Shorb.

The National Financial Educators Council, a financial education organization, has been well-recognized for providing the tools, training and resources to promote financial wellness. They develop cutting edge material that is used by youth and parents alike. Leveraging the support of celebrities, sports stars, and the entertainment industry helps raise interest and improve program effectiveness to reach this demographic.

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