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Kingston Youth Financial Literacy Symposium
November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada. In that spirit, The Kingston Youth Financial Literacy Symposium is geared to further educate Grades 7-12 students, teachers, administrators/staff, and parents in the Kingston (and perhaps beyond) in financial literacy education. Winners of the “What Does Financial Literacy Mean to Me?” Contest will be announced at the time of the virtual Symposium. In partnership with Advocis-Kingston Chapter, Enactus-Canada, Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, and the Fulbright-Canada Maple Leaf Foundation Community Action Program grant, the Symposium will feature some of the top speakers in financial literacy, including the former Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer from NASDAQ. We look forward to your participation.

Speakers:

Jay Leibowitz
Dr. Jay Liebowitz is a Visiting Professor in the Stillman School of Business at Seton Hall University. He served as a Professor in the Carey Business School at Johns Hopkins University. He was ranked one of the top 10 knowledge management researchers/practitioners out of 11,000 worldwide, and was ranked #2 in KM Strategy worldwide according to the January 2010 Journal of Knowledge Management. At Johns Hopkins University, he was the founding Program Director for the Graduate Certificate in Competitive Intelligence and the Capstone Director of the MS-Information and Telecommunications Systems for Business Program, where he engaged over 30 organizations in industry, government, and not-for-profits in capstone projects.

Barbie Keiser
Barbie Keiser is an information resources management (IRM) consultant specializing in information literacy. She is currently a reference and instruction librarian at NOVA Community College – Loudon campus. Barbie teaches competitive intelligence at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Kentucky College of Communication and Information. She also writes a column for ONLINE Searcher magazine.

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Nov 21, 2020 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Gene Natali JR.
Gene is CEO and Co-founder of Troutwood, a fintech company focusing on financial empowerment. He holds a bachelor's degree in economics from Allegheny College, and an MBA with a concentration in finance from Carnegie Mellon University. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst, board member of CFA Society Pittsburgh and part-time lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh. In 2012 he co-authored an award-winning investment guide entitled "The Missing Semester." The guide provides practical financial advice to high school and college students and has been implemented in classrooms across the country. Gene regularly speaks in High School and College classrooms, has presented and key-noted at both investment and education conferences, and has assisted and helped design teacher and trustee training.
Angel Rich
Creating an algorithm for the stock market to win Goldman Sachs Portfolio Challenge, selling her first marketing plan to Prudential, becoming a founding employee of FINRA, authoring the first ever African American Financial Experience study, inventing the top financial literacy product in the world, and being named the “Next Steve Jobs” by Forbes – all by age 30, Angel Rich has earned the title Wealth Pioneer. In 2009, Rich became a Global Market Research Analyst for Prudential Financial. While there she conducted over 70 financial behavior studies including the Obama’s Veterans Initiative. During her final year at Prudential, she helped the company’s Annuities division grow from #16 in Service to #4, helping the company save $6 billlion.
John Jacobs
John Jacobs is a New York City/Washington, D.C. based senior business leader and the former EVP and CMO of Nasdaq, an S&P 500 company. Mr. Jacobs currently serves as Chairman of Alerian, Founder and CEO of Q3 Advisors, LLC, as Board member of ProCure Funds and US Bank LiFT Board, and as the Executive Director of the Center for Financial Markets and Policy, and Adjunct Professor of Finance at the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. He most recently served as Senior Advisor and principal consultant to Nasdaq’s CEO and President. In this role, he was responsible for reviewing potential opportunities in the index and data business, and supporting product and business development efforts.