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Electro Savings Sponsors Minority Business Symposium

Electro Savings recently sponsored the 2015 MoKan Minority Business and Workforce Symposium.

“We are very proud to have a community partner like MoKan,” says Stan Moeckli, Electro Savings President & CEO.

Moeckli spoke to more than 150 small business owners and entrepreneurs of minority and women-owned construction companies attending the 2015 MoKan Minority Business and Workforce Symposium. The two-day event offered various breakout sessions on topics such as accessing capital, presented by Pat Pettey of Electro Savings and Monica Campbell of Enterprise Bank.

Another session explained the importance of personal financial management, and it was presented by LaTonya Jackson, of Electro Savings, and Dr. E. Lance McCarthy. Dr. McCarthy is a nationally recognized economist and investment advisor who specializes in urban development.

Caption (top, left): LaTonya Jackson, of Electro Savings Credit Union, speaks on the importance of managing personal finances during a breakout session.

Caption (top, right): Stan Moeckli, President of Electro Savings Credit Union, speaks during the two-day symposium. Standing next to him is Yaphett El Amin, MoKan Executive Director.  

Caption (bottom): Jessica Young, Electro Savings Credit Union Board Vice Chair, attends the symposium and chats with Electro Savings President Stan Moeckli.