Operation HOPE Rings NYSE Closing Bell to Kick-Off HOPE New York Financial Literacy Forum, The Rebirth of America, Post Economic Crisis at the NYSE
On Wednesday, July 20 Lance Triggs, Executive Vice President of Operation HOPE, Inc. joined by Celie Niehaus, Senior Vice President of E*TRADE FINANCIAL Corp. and Michael Smith, President of New York Bankers Association will ring The Closing Bell® at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) to highlight the 2011 HOPE New York Financial Literacy Forum, The Rebirth of America, Post Economic Crisis. The forum will take place on Thursday, July 21 at the NYSE.
• Duncan Niederauer, Chief Executive Officer, NYSE Euronext;
• Michael P. Smith, President and CEO, New York Bankers Association;
• John Hope Bryant Founder, Chairman and CEO, Operation HOPE, Inc.;
• Maria Bartiromo, CNBC Anchor, Moderator
• The Honorable Donald Graves, Executive Director, President's Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, The White House, Deputy Assistant Secretary, U.S. Department of the Treasury (Luncheon Keynote Speaker); The Honorable Ari A. Matusiak, Executive Director, The White House Business Council (Forum Reception Speaker);
• Tim Wennes, Vice Chairman, Union Bank;
• Steven Freiberg, CEO, E*TRADE Financial;
• Ambassador Andrew Young, HOPE Global Spokesman;
• Katherine Busser, EVP, Bank Operations and Enterprise Payments;
• Jim Clifton, Chairman and CEO Gallup, Inc.;
• Pravina Raghavan, District Director, New York SBA;
• Krishna Guha, Executive Vice President for Communications, Federal Reserve Bank of New York;
• Michelle Greene, Vice President, Head of Corporate Responsibility, Executive Director of NYSE Foundation, NYSE Euronext and
• Noah J. Hanft, General Counsel, Corporate Secretary, Chief Franchise Integrity Officer MasterCard Worldwide.
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The 2011 HOPE Financial Literacy Forum in New York will frame the issue of financial literacy, possibly for the first time, not as a soft and ancillary economic tool, nor as an option, but as an essential, core ingredient to mid-to-long-term economic recovery and stability.