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St. Louis Chapter

by on August 24, 2017



St. Louis Chapter

St. Louis Chapter (UFSC-STL) became a international chartered chapter of  Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) on June 10, 2010.   UFSC-STL is a non-profit 501(c)6 association of minority professionals in the financial services industry and related fields. UFSC-STL was organized and became a registered State of Missouri entity in August, 2008.  We provide educational, technical, and advisory assistance to the Saint Louis Metropolitan community; professional development for our members; and scholarships for local minority students pursuing degrees of disciplines within the financial services industry.





Leadership Team

President – James Hill
james.hill@ufscstlouis.org

Vice President – Debbie Njai
debbie.njai@ufscstlouis.org

Treasurer – Robert Little
robert.little@ufscstlouis.org

Secretary – Lekisha Hamilton
lekisha.hamilton@ufscstlouis.org

 

Advisor – Aje Cunningham
aje.cunningham@ufscstlouis.org

Advisor – Roderick Hayes
roderick.hayes@ufscstlouis.org

Advisor – Candace Ellison
candance.ellison@ufscstlouis.org

Advisor – James McGowan
james.mcgowan@ufscstlouis.org

 

In-Spirit – Candace Granberry

In-Spirit – Julia Richer

 

Committee
Membership – Debbie Njai
debbie.njai@ufscstlouis.org

Scholarship – James McGowan
james.mcgowan@ufscstlouis.org

UFSC St. Louis

PO Box 771005 St. Louis, MO 63177
Roderick Hayes, Interim President Membership@ufscnet.org
www.ufscstlouis.org

The Julia Richer Scholarship for Higher Education

 

Educational advancement is one of the core purposes of Urban Financial Services Coalition – St. Louis Chapter (UFSC-STL). We champion this effort by administering financial literacy programs at secondary and post-secondary schools. We also provide programs for career professionals and the general public. This valiant initiative is achieved by partnering with financial services firms and financial professionals.

As an organization we recognize that the current state of the economy as well as other educational factors pose a significant challenge for young people of color to obtain a higher education degree. UFSC-STL is committed to breaking down financial barriers and helping high school graduates within the St. Louis Metropolitan area become college graduates.

We honor this commitment with the “The Julia Richer Scholarship for Higher Education.”  Ms. Richer created and designed the “The ABC’s of Money Management” curriculum to improve financial literacy and money management skills of high school students.   To recognize Julia’s hard work and dedication, the Executive Board of Directors of Urban Financial Services Coalition – St. Louis Chapter established a scholarship in her honor.

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