October - C Sokol
November - Ned Hill
Personal and Family Financial Management
Prophets throughout this dispensation have counseled us to live within our means, avoid living on debt, invest for the future and protect our families. What have they said about money and spirituality—is there a connection? Is it possible to use debt wisely? How can one get out of debt if it has increased to unacceptable levels? How can a family plan its finances in these financially difficult times? What are the best ways to save for the future and avoid financial scams that sometimes seem so enticing? What kinds of insurance should one consider? How can one learn more about managing one’s finances? Answers to these and other financial questions will be explored during this session.
Ned C. Hill served as dean of the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University from July 1, 1998 to July 1, 2008. He was a finance professor at Indiana University for ten years and also an assistant professor of finance at Cornell University from 1976-77. He holds a Ph.D. in finance from Cornell, an MS in chemistry from Cornell and a BS in chemistry from the University of Utah. Dr. Hill has authored more than 70 articles and three books. He is a frequently invited speaker in the fields of ethics, corporate governance, treasury management, electronic commerce and personal finance. He serves on the boards of such organizations as Morgan Stanley Bank, N.A. He also serves as academic director of the H. Taylor Peery Institute of Financial Services at the Marriott School of Management. He and his wife Claralyn Martin Hill, a 1990 BYU J. Reuben Clark Law School graduate, are the parents of five grown children and grandparents of fifteen.
December - L. Flake
January - Mark E. Beecher
How to Have Faith and Prepare Every Needful Thing by Helping Those Facing Addiction.
|Ned Hill - House in Order.ppt||1.2 MB|
|Mark Beecher - Addictive Behaviors.ppt||1.25 MB|
|Mark Beecher - Supporting Those Who Struggle.doc||40.5 KB|