4th Annual Charity Golf Classic

4th Annual Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) Charity Golf Classic Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 Please join us for the 4th Annual Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) Charity Golf Classic on Saturday September 23rd, More »

JOIN THE COALITIONS’ 10TH ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS DINNER FUNDRAISER

 Seventy-five percent of the net proceeds benefit the FSC-PS Charitable Foundation youth scholarship fund. More »

UFSC Annual African American Briefing

Urban Financial Services Coalition Annual African American Briefing for Financial Professionals to be held in Washington DC March 19-22, 2017 www.ufscnet.com More »

Governor Signs Bill to Incorporate Financial Education Into K-12 Learning Requirements

Read the press release here. More »

Seattle

UFSC-Puget Sound Chapter History

The Urban Financial Services Coalition – Puget Sound Chapter (UFSC-PS) is a 501 C 6 non-profit organization of culturally diverse professionals in the financial services industry and related fields. Chartered on June More »

JOIN THE COALITIONS’ 10TH ANNUAL SCHOLARSHIPS & AWARDS DINNER FUNDRAISER

 Seventy-five percent of the net proceeds benefit the FSC-PS Charitable Foundation youth scholarship fund.

2016 UFSC Puget Sound Chapter Oratorical Winner – Jephthah Owusu

1st Place Winner JEPHTHAH OWUSU

Accounting Student Shoreline Community College

Get Ready for 2017 Competition…ONWARD TO KANSAS CITY, MO

2017 UFSC Oratorical Topics

“The African-American Dollar”

It is great that Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill.  How can African-Americans spend their money to have a greater impact for future generations and the American culture as a whole?

What is the future of Banking?

Financial Institutions such as Chase, Wells Fargo and Bank of America have been the subject of law suits due to unethical practices.  How has this impacted the banking industry?

 “Inclusion: Afro-Latino Partnerships with State and Civil Societies in the Americas”

Historically, United States has ignored the plight of Afro-Latinos, however; various countries within Latin America have taken a fresh approach to these marginalized populations.  What are Latin American countries doing to include Afro-Latinos and other marginalized groups within the state and civil society?  What modalities are being employed to increase economic and political participation and to improve Afro-Latino economic, political, and educational status?  How can these strategies be used in the United States?

“The Art of Social Entrepreneurship”

The areas of social entrepreneurship and corporate social responsibility are booming fields.  Who are the companies and leaders in the social and corporate responsibilities and businesses that focus on “doing good” as part of the core mission?  What has made them successful when others have failed? How do they integrate social giving in their professional endeavors?

 “Lessons From the Top: Celebrating Over 40 Years for Financial Excellence by African Americans.”

In Civil Rights, Medicine, Religion and Sports we have no problem naming and highlighting the accomplishments of African Americans.  What about the Financial Services Industry? Who are the black financial pioneers that have blazed a path for all us today? What were their success strategies and how can we use them today and in the future?

The local competition is April 25, 2017. Contact Scholarship & Mentoring Chair Matt Lopez at Scholarship@ufscps.org to register for the competition.

 

Business Impact NW

Business Impact NW empowers a talented and diverse community of entrepreneurs; supporting the continuing growth of local small businesses through micro-enterprise.

www.businessimpactnw.org

4th Annual Charity Golf Classic

4th Annual Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) Charity Golf Classic

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Saturday, September 23rd, 2017

Please join us for the 4th Annual Urban Financial Services Coalition (UFSC) Charity Golf Classic on Saturday September 23rd, 2017. We are planning a great afternoon of golf to support the At Risk college bound youth and active college students pursuing careers in the financial services industry. Our event will feature a great day of golf and many other activities including a $100,000 Cash Shootout, the top hole-in-one contest for a 2018 Cadillac XT5 Crossover and hole-in-one prizes on every hole,  1st Place team trophies, closest to the pin prizes and much more. Register now at https://secure.perfectgolfevent.com/eventweb/2963/registration.php

If you cannot attend our event, please consider a tax-deductible donation to our organization. You may also join us for lunch and live entertainment on the patio from 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm for a $25 donation. Your support is appreciated.

UFSC Annual African American Briefing

Urban Financial Services Coalition
Annual African American Briefing for Financial Professionals
to be held in Washington DC
March 19-22, 2017
www.ufscnet.com

Zzaphoria Spirits LLC.

Charlotte Gilbert and Zane Seeley
Principal Owners

http://kkada.com

Manjunath Sreedaran, YEOC Volunteer

“Thank you for the opportunity to volunteer with UFSC. I am glad that I met the organization through VolunteerMatch and it has been my pleasure learning about the chapter during my short time helping out. I enjoyed representing the UFSC at the YEOC event at UW Foster school and meeting other members at the office in the Seattle World Trade Center building.”

Manjunath Sreedaran

Governor Signs Bill to Incorporate Financial Education Into K-12 Learning Requirements

Read the press release here.

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.

Coldwell Banker Bain – Karen Abbey

Coldwell Banker Bain
Karen Abbey – Broker, REALTOR®
Cell: (206) 409-7415
Fax: (206) 322-7910
http://www.cbbain.com/karenabbey