Hartford, CT (PRWEB) November 13, 2013
The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC), a financial education organization, expands their efforts by adding Steven Alexander as the National Development Director. Mr. Alexander has a passion for promoting the financial literacy movement and has been actively involved in the financial industry for over 27 years.
Steve has worked in different executive positions with major financial institutions including; Bank of America Private Wealth Management, Wachovia Trust Nonprofit and Philanthropic Services, Bank of New York/Mellon and TIAA/CREF Wealth Management. He embraced the importance of financial literacy education early on in his career by obtaining his Certified Financial Planner (CFP) designation in 1990 and in 2009, Steve changed his focus by dedicating his career to promoting financial wellness, including instructing The United States Military Rapid Deployment Force.
Having lived and worked in different parts of the United States and overseas, Steve has witnessed first-hand the impact education has on the quality of life for individuals and families. Steve obtained both his Bachelor and Master of Business Administration degrees from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and currently lives in Connecticut with his wife and daughter. He also joined the NFEC's financial literacy council and Curriculum Advisory board to share his experience with the Board.
The NFEC actively sought individuals that possessed the skills to promote financial wellness on a national scale that aligned with the outreach philosophy of the organization. “Steve has demonstrated his commitment to teaching and promoting the financial literacy movement and is has become an essential part of the NFEC’s recent expansion,” states CEO Vince Shorb.
The National Financial Educators Council is a social enterprise personal finance company that has partnered with or served hundreds of non-profit organizations and schools. The Financial EduNation Campaign is a nationwide initiative that provides financial literacy resources to groups looking to improve the financial capability of those they serve. The NFEC commends those individuals and organizations that are currently serving the financial literacy movement.