The seminar, free and open to the public, is designed for St. Louis community youth and adults interested in building wealth, repairing and maintaining good credit, purchasing a home or starting and expanding a business.
Seminar participants will be able to choose a morning and afternoon workshop from the following areas: Home Ownership; Taxes; Saving and Investment; Owning a Business; Retirement Planning and Credit Building. In addition, two workshops are being offered to youth and college students: Social Entrepreneurship and Student Debt Management.
The seminar will begin with a keynote address by Darron Lowe, Assistant Vice President Lending and Banking Services Group, Wells Fargo. Lowe has taken the initiative to been a forerunner in the Wells Fargo Advisors Black/African-American Initiative to increase the recruitment, retention and development of African-American professionals. He was recently honored with the Excellence in Business Performance Awards at the recent 13th annual Salute to Excellence Business Awards & Networking Luncheon jointly hosted by the St. Louis American Foundation, St. Louis RCGA, and the Urban League of Metropolitan St. Louis.