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UFSC-PS Chapter 1st Annual Golf Classic

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Join the Coalitions’ 7th Annual Scholarships & Awards Dinner Fundraiser

Date: May 10th Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm Where: World Trade Center Seattle Keynote Address: “The Importance of Higher Education” by the honorable Mrs. Allynn Ruth, Project Manager, City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Spectacular More »

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Join us for an “Evening of Persuasive Financial Spoken Word” UFSC – Puget Sound Chapter 3rd Annual Collegiate Oratorical Competition   When: Friday, March 21, 2014 Time: 6:30 pm – Membership Mixer More »

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FIRST TIME HOMEBUYER EDUCATION CLASS!

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How The Poor Can Save Capitalism

How The Poor Can Save Capitalism

How The Poor Can Save Capitalism

UFSC-PS Chapter 1st Annual Golf Classic

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Saturday, August 9, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 7:00 PM (PDT)
Seattle, WA | InterBay Golf Center

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Join the Coalitions’ 7th Annual Scholarships & Awards Dinner Fundraiser

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Date: May 10th
Time: 6:00pm-9:00pm
Where: World Trade Center Seattle

Keynote Address: “The Importance of Higher Education” by the honorable Mrs. Allynn Ruth, Project Manager, City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods

  • Spectacular views in the Holland America Waterfront Dining Room
  • Extravagant Dinner Affaire with Live Music
  • Red Carpet Presidents’ Reception to the Silent Auction
  • Getaways to Tropical Vacations and Raffle Drawings
  • Priceless Autographed Inventory
Mrs. Allynn Ruth

2014 Keynote speaker Mrs. Allynn Ruth

Allynn D. Ruth is a native Seattleite and a proud graduate of Garfield High School and Seattle Pacific College.   She has been employed with the  City of Seattle for almost 40 years; ten years at the Seattle City Council, five years at the Department of Community Development and twenty-five years at the Department of Neighborhoods with the Neighborhood Matching Fund.  Allynn is a Bible School teacher and enjoys reading, skiing, travel and the music of Motown!!!!

Purchase your tickets today at www.fsc-ps.org or contact UFSC Chapter Secretary Meagan Crawford at secretary@ufscps.org for special seating arrangements. Apply for a scholarship today at http://www.ufscps.org/educational-advancement/youth-scholarship-applications/.

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2014 UFSC Western Region Oratorical Winner

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2014 Intl UFSC Western Region and Puget Sound Chapter Oratorical Winner is King Cyprus Richardson.  Cyprus is freshman at South Seattle Community College and is majoring in Business Management. Mr. Richardson was the Masters of Ceremony at the 2013 local chapter event. It was at this event, that Cyprus was motivated to speak once becoming a college student. The topic, “Housing Market Crash: Solutions, Programs and Initiatives to Stimulate the United States Housing Market and Decrease Foreclosures. Congratulations to Cyprus for being able to thoughtfully prepare a comprehensive speech on the relevant subject matter and capturing 2nd place at the national competition.  The Mark I Emerging Leaders program held in Chicago, IL from June 1-8 was fully funded by US Bank. Cyprus and his team mate Kamille Jones won 2nd place in the Youth Business Plan competition. Thank you US Bank for making this opportunity possible. Watch out world of business and aviation management, here comes King Cyprus Richardson.

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Please contact mentorship@ufsps.org for more information

Save the Date!

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Join us for an “Evening of Persuasive Financial Spoken Word”

UFSC – Puget Sound Chapter

3rd Annual Collegiate Oratorical Competition

 

When:
Friday, March 21, 2014

Time:
6:30 pm – Membership Mixer
7:00 pm – Oratorical Contest

Where:
American Pacific Mortgage
6100 219th St SW #300
Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043

 

Every Final Contestant is a Winner!

1st Place – Paid Summer Internship @ Urban Properties

2nd Place – $100 Cash Award

3rd Place – Gift Card

The Chapter Winner will be rewarded a *FREE TRIP to the International UFSC 40th Annual Summit to compete in the Mark I Emerging Leaders Apprenticeship Challenge in Chicago, IL, June 1 – 8, 2014. All travel and hotel costs funded by US Bank.

Register Now

 

BRING YOUR RESUME! DRESS TO IMPRESS!

Look Who’s Hiring…HomeStreet Bank, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, Bank of America, Urban Properties, US Bank, JPM Chase, Citi, Prudential, Verity Credit Union, KeyBank and more.

Oratorical contestants entering the competition will choose one of the four oratorical topics below to create their 5 to 10 minute speeches.

  • Civil Rights: Affirmative Action and Diversity
  • Housing Market Crash: Solutions, Programs and Initiatives to Stimulate the United States Housing Market and Decrease Foreclosures
  • The Effect of the Securities on Our Daily Lives
  • The United States Debt Issues

Contact UFSC-PS Chapter Executive Director Lizzie Evans at founder@ufscps.org for entry details. Contestant entries are due by 5:00 pm on March 20, 2014.

FIRST TIME HOMEBUYER EDUCATION CLASS!

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Thinking of buying a home? Congratulations!
Now come find out what you really should know before you buy. The class is painless, fun and full of knowledge.

  • Steps to home ownership.
  • How much can you afford?
  • How to shop for a lender and real estate professional.
  • And more!

Thursday
February 27th, 2014
7:30am—9:30am

Location:
World Trade Center
2200 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98121

Karen Abbey
Real Estate Broker | Realtor
Coldwell Banker Bain
206-409-7415
karenabbey@cbbain.com

Rebecca Dravich
Mortgage Consultant
Homestreet Banks
206-992-6050
rebecca.dravich@homestreet.com

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Register for the 1st Time Homebuyers Workshop Breakfast

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Save The Date for the next 1st Time Homebuyers Workshop in February 2015.

UFSC 4TH ANNUAL AFRICAN AMERICANS BRIEFING FOR FINANCIAL PROFESSIONALS

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SAVE THE DATE

March 24th – 25th
Washington, DC

UFSC in Washington, DC!
Join us to hear what lawmakers, regulators and government leaders are doing to address the challenges within the financial services industry and how YOU can be part of the solution to overcome those challenges.

Tentative Schedule of Activities:

  • White House Briefing from Senior Leaders
  • Capitol Hill Briefing with Lawmakers from the Banking and Financial Services Committee
  • Federal Reserve Briefing with members of the Federal Reserve Board of Governors
  • Governmental Leaders Briefing and Round Table Discussions
  • UFSC Washington D.C. Interest Group Reception
  • U.S. Capitol Site Tour
  • Site Tour of the White House

Who Should Attend?
Bankers, Lawyers, Community Leaders, Financial Professionals, Governmental Employees

Frank Robinson

Frank Robinson

Union Bank
Senior Vice President
Public Affairs Manager

Frank Robinson is the public affairs manager for Union Bank, N.A.  He is in charge of developing the bank’s multicultural strategy.  His responsibilities include the management of diverse banking segments and implementation of internal and external strategies, tactics, marketing campaigns, programs, and products to increase market share in designated diverse segments.

Previously, Mr. Robinson served as a vice president and segment manager of Business Diversity Lending for Union Bank, where he oversaw the bank’s Special Purpose Credit Program.  Business Diversity Lending offers a more flexible underwriting guidelines for women-, minority-, and disabled veteran-owned businesses throughout California, Washington, and Oregon.

In 1998, Mr. Robinson joined Union Bank as a financial services officer and was promoted within two years to assistant vice president and branch manager of the Brawley/El Centro branch.  He also served as vice president and branch manager of the La Mesa office.  While in both offices, Mr. Robinson was voted Branch Manager of the Year and his offices were voted Branch of the Year.   The Baton Rouge, Louisiana native earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management from California State University, San Bernardino.  He is a graduate of Pacific Coast Banking School.  He also serves as the diversity consultant for Pacific Coast Banking School.

Mr. Robinson is an active member of the community and volunteers his time serving as vice chairman of the board of directors for Volunteers of America.  He is also a past president of the San Diego Chapter of the Urban Financial Services Coalition and the Western Province Board Member and Kappa 100 member for Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.