Stuart Mills

Stuart Mills, executive director of Partners for Children and Families.

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Partners for Children and Families announced that Stuart Mills, its executive director, has been appointed to the statewide Financial Literacy Council by Gov. Roy Cooper.

The North Carolina Financial Literacy Council was established by the North Carolina General Assembly in 2009. It is responsible for helping to deliver financial literacy education and increase financial literacy among North Carolinians. 

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Tommy Davis

Stuart is a well qualified person to direct in those agencies. He's a good man with a great family. Well grounded in his faith at Emmanuel Episcopal Church in Southern Pines.

Kent Misegades

Suggest using material from Mises.org and Financial Freedom / Dave Ramsey. Both offer free financial education material for younger people.

Stuart Mills

I'll take a look. Thanks for the suggestion.

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