Suncoast Speaks interview with John Mousseau & Matt McAleer about Financial Literacy Day

Author: , Post Date: March 28, 2018

John Mousseau & Matt McAleer are featured on Suncoast Speaks to talk about about Financial Literacy Day. Chuck Englund dives into financial literacy and what attendees can expect to hear and learn at Financial Literacy Day.

USF Sarasota-Manatee, Cumberland Advisors and the Global Interdependence Center partner to host the annual events titled, Financial Literacy Day, each year. This interview was in anticipation of the 2018 event.

Join us on Thursday, April 11, 2019, for the Third Annual Financial Literacy Day: An Update on the Financial Markets and Economy. This program features keynote addresses from Gretchen Morgenson, Senior Special Writer in the Investigations unit at The Wall Street Journal and Susan Harper, Canadian Consul General in Miami and Former Economic Minister for Embassy of Canada.

Click here to register through USFSM.


David Kotok was featured in advance of the 2018 event on the Suncoast View television program and you can watch and read about it here.

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