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EWTG Mini-Course Announcement - July 11, 2012
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July 11th Mini-Course
    Investment Basics

Grenata Vessel, Education Counselor, Texa$aver Program
and Great-West Retirement Services
By: Connie Williams, EWTG Mini-Course Director 
Would you like to increase your knowledge of the investment options in the Texa$aver Program? Then attend Investment Basics to learn about the primary building blocks of investing and the tools available in your plan to help you invest for your future. Join us to learn the advantages of creating a diversified portfolio.
EWTG is pleased to have Great-West Retirement Services, one of our conference sponsors, to present our members with informative investment and financial options.
A native of Jasper, Texas, Grenata Vessel is known for her charismatic approach of relaying financial information to her clients. After completing her undergraduate degree at Sam Houston State University in General Business, she transitioned to Houston, Texas to begin her career in finance at JPMorgan Chase Bank. She found herself on the week of her one year wedding anniversary, moving away with her husband to a place that she had never even visited before, Denver, Colorado. Five years later, they found their way back to Texas, through a career opportunity for her husband.
Grenata has ten years of financial services experience and is an Education Counselor for the Texa$aver program and has been in this position for three years. She also holds a M.B.A. in Finance from Columbia Southern University. She is currently pursuing her CFP® (Certified Financial Planner) certification and is a board member of her home owners association. She also participates in the local Junior Achievement chapter. Grenata has three children, who are all under age 5, and she enjoys using her spare time to rest or sing. She dreams of someday being able to own a nonprofit organization geared toward financial literacy.
The mini-course begins at 11:30 AM and the program begins at noon, ending promptly at 1 PM. The mini-course will be at the Carver Branch Library, 1161 Angelina, eight blocks east of I-35 just off East 11th Street. EWTG will provide terrific pizza, loads of fresh green salad, dessert and drinks for $10, or you can bring your own. RSVP here to insure you get both a chair and lunch.
Make a commitment to increase your executive skills by attending every EWTG mini-course on second Wednesdays through the month of October. The mini-courses provide benefits to your organization including better trained leaders, teams, and a commitment to organizational excellence. EWTG mini-courses and luncheons may count toward state employees’ annual training hours. When you register, click the specified box to receive a “certificate of attendance.” You can enjoy a nice, quiet, and catered meal with friends and colleagues while building a new portfolio for your enhanced skills.
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