Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) May 22, 2013
The National Financial Educators Council Personal Finance Speakers Association welcomes Steve Repak, CFP® as a Featured Speaker. The Association brings those that represent the best practices in the field of personal finance to provide presentations, keynote addresses and training to organizations seeking to raise awareness and improve the financial abilities of those they serve.
All featured financial literacy speakers must graduate the NFEC’s Certified Financial Education Instructor professional development course prior to conducting their first event. Their experience combined with a comprehensive Certification course and testing ensures the instructors are capable of delivering practical lessons while entertaining the audience.
Steve Repak, CFP® is an advocate for financial literacy and a 14 year veteran in the financial services industry. He expressed, “As an Army veteran who left after 12 years of service with over $32,000 of credit card debt, I know exactly what it feels like to live paycheck to paycheck, having sleepless nights worrying about debt and having nothing in savings and by just changing the way I thought about money I was able to turn my finances around. I am honored to be part of the NFECs speakers association and think it is wonderful they are supporting financial educators.”
“The NFEC is excited to welcome Steve Repak, CFP® to the Personal Finance Speakers Association. He has demonstrated his expertise as an educator over the last 5 years speaking to thousands of individuals, businesses, and non-profit organizations about the importance of changing the way you need to think about finances and his commitment to the financial literacy movement,” states Vince Shorb of the National Financial Educators Council.
In basic training, a soldier goes through a process of mental and emotional retraining so that they can operate in an environment very different from the civilian world. They also learn fundamental skills so that they are ready for anything. Basic Training for Your Money is the financial equivalent where the process of mental and emotional retraining will transform the way you need to think about finances and then will provide you the fundamental skills in order to become financially literate.
The National Financial Educators Council provides comprehensive financial literacy solutions for groups seeking turnkey solutions to their financial education needs. The NFEC teams up with leaders in the field of personal finance to provide the top financial literacy speakers in the industry and to promote the financial literacy movement.