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NexGen Virtual Q&A: Breaking Racial Barriers in Financial Planning

 Export to Your Calendar 7/9/2020
When: July 9
5:00 - 6:00 pm
Where: ZOOM
Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/96376525999
United States
Contact: FPA DFW


Online registration is available until: 7/9/2020
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Breaking Racial Barriers in Financial Planning: Q&A with Dr. Ajamu Loving

 


When:  Thursday, July 9th 5:00 - 6:00 pm

 

Location:  Zoom

 

Join us for an uplifting conversation on the role race plays in our industry. We’ll discuss inequalities that currently exist, where the industry is headed, and what strategies we can implement in our hiring and prospecting practices to pave the way for building wealth across all races.

 

This event will be an interactive Q&A conversation and we encourage all participants to ask questions throughout the event.

 



AJAMU LOVING, Ph.D.


University of North Texas at Dallas I Asst Professor of Business Finance


https://business.untdallas.edu
http://www.ajamuloving.com

 

 

Dr. Ajamu Loving serves as Assistant Professor of Finance at The University of North Texas at Dallas. He is responsible for teaching finance courses in the fields of Investments, Fundamentals of Finance, Financial Liquidity, and Financial Markets and Institutions.

 

Prior to his appointment at the University of North Texas at Dallas, Dr. Loving served as the Director of Academic Partnerships at the American College of Financial Services.  His responsibilities included creating and coordinating relationships between Colleges and Universities and The American College to increase the availability of financial services education in academia

 

Prior to his appointment at The American College, Dr. Loving was Assistant Professor of Finance at Texas A&M University-Commerce.  He served as Chairman of the Learning and Teaching committee and was responsible for coordinatingbusiness program academic assessment for the University (SACS) as well as the College of Business (AACSB)He was responsible for redesigning the assessment process for the COB to successfully retain AACSB status. The committee also oversaw the management of curriculum for college and implemented changes to keep the academic programs current and challenging. Dr. Loving taught courses in Personal Finance, Investments, Derivatives, and Corporate Finance, and served as the departmental undergraduate advisor for students. He has published articles in The Review of Black Political Economy, The Journal of Housing and The Built Environment, and GSTF Business Review. His research focuses primarily on wealth building in minority populations.

 

Before academia Dr. Loving was a financial consultant at LaSalle Bank (now Bank of America) in Chicago IL. He worked in a bank branch providing investment and insurance advice to bank clientele and seminars for the community and surrounding businesses.

 

Dr. Loving earned his Ph.D. in Personal Financial Planning from Texas Tech University where he was an AT&T Chancellor’s fellow and a B.A. from Morehouse College cum laude where he majored in Economics and minored in Mathematics.

 

 

 

 

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