Spencer E. Brooks

“With the mentorship and strong network that the USFC-PS Chapter Youth Scholarship Program provided for me, I learned valuable skills which helped me prepare for my future. I strive to excel with my company Spencer’s Bath Salts while maintaining my duties as a Financial Systems Analyst at the Federal Reserve Systems Board of Governors in Washington, D.C.”

Spencer E. Brooks
Morehouse College ’12

David C. Sneed

2013 UFSC Mark I Emerging Leaders Apprentice Challenge graduate David C. Sneed (left) with Youth Intern Community Program participant Ernest Hasha (right) receives young professional scholarship at the 6th Annual Scholarships & Awards Dinner on May 18, 2013. “Participating in our chapter this year and being chosen to compete in the Mark 1 leadership conference has been an outstanding experience that taught me lessons I will use the rest of my life. The lessons I learned about the banking industry has opened a world of career opportunities I was totally unaware of before. The lessons I learned about myself gave me tools necessary to becoming the man I wish to be. I am extremely grateful for to all those who donate time and resources to this endeavor, thank you for being an example of leadership for those behind you.”

Alysha Williams

“The 2012 UFSC-Puget Sound Chapter and Western Region Intercollegiate Oratorical Competitions was a great way to not only develop my public speaking skills, but it also put me in a professional environment that encouraged student growth. The competitions gave me the opportunity to network and learn from other students and professionals from other regions.” Alysha is currently interning and now pursing the Master of Professional Accounting Program at Seattle U.

Alysha Williams – Crowned 2012 Inaugural Western Region Oratorical Winner
Member and VP of Membership and Reporting | Beta Alpha Psi | Delta Eta Chapter
Accounting major (Senior) | Albers School of Business and Economics | Seattle University
Campus Representative | Roger CPA Review

Ernest Hasha

Ernest Hasha receives certification in Operation Hope Banking on Our Future. Ernest served with the Greater Seattle Chamber of Commerce as an intern during his studies abroad at Highline Community College. Ernest is now back home in Johannesburg South Africa and is “Leading the Continent” with new global tools. Ernest states, “I am now equipped to lead discussions in political functions with a new perspective.”

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 4, 2009, the organization is an affiliate of the UFSC formerly known as the NAUB.

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