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N.C. governor appoints two to fin lit council
GREENSBORO, N.C. (5/17/10)--North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue has appointed Winston-Salem (N.C.) City Employees’ FCU President/CEO Tony Ebron and State Employees’ CU Senior Vice President of Education Services Leigh Brady to the North Carolina Financial Literacy Council. Their appointments began in March and run for a three-year period, according to the North Carolina Credit Union League (Weekly Update May 10). The state General Assembly created the council last year to address the need for financial education in public schools and communities. The council will document existing programs and policies related to financial education in the state, establish student financial literacy goals and benchmarks, monitor implementation of financial education statewide and connect students an adults to financial institutions and curricula. SECU is based in Raleigh, N.C.


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