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Ethical Compass: Guiding Military Families with Integrity

Ethical Compass: Guiding Military Families with Integrity

About This Webinar

Practicing ethics in personal finance promotes financial well-being, fosters trust in financial relationships, and contributes to a positive and responsible financial culture within individuals and society as a whole. Join Dr. Gutter and Dr. Tyler-Mackey to define ethics, including the military standards of ethics, and ethical guidelines from AFCPE and FinCert. This 2-hour session includes discussion of case studies and applications for financial professionals’ practice.


Dr. Michael Gutter

Dr. Michael Gutter is the Director of Virginia Cooperative Extension and Associate Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech.

Dr. Crystal Tyler-Mackey

Dr. Crystal Tyler-Mackey is an Extension Specialist for Virginia Cooperative Extension. In her current role, Tyler-Mackey emphasizes family and community strengthening. She partners with local Extension units, community agencies, and other groups to address social and health-related issues that impact communities and families.

Continuing education credit is available.

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