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Financial Empowerment Movement, Inc., Sharif J. Small Organizer

Sharif J. Small, President & CEO of S.J.S., has been in the financial service industry since 2002 starting as a Insurance and Financial Professional for Mass Mutual Financial Group. While at Mass Mutual, he obtained the following licenses; Life/Heath insurance licenses, Series 6, 63 and 65 securities licenses. In 2005, Small left Mass Mutual to form his own practice to focus more on financial literacy, planning and advice. Also, Mr. Small has over ten years of tax and seven years of accounting experience working for Accountemps and Accountants International as a Contract Bookkeeper, Staff Accountant, and Tax Manager for small businesses, non-profit organizations and corporations. Mr. Small has an A.A. in Business Administration from The Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC), a B.S. in Accounting with a Concentration in Personal Financial Planning from Towson Univ. and is currently pursing a Masters of Science in Taxation (MST). Mr. Small has been published in The Bizmonthly and The Baltimore Business Journal on retirement, taxes, and accounting issues. Also, he is the Baltimore Financial Literacy Examiner publishing financial empowerment articles for the online newspaper. Mr. Small is actively involvement in various professional and community organizations. In 2010, he help co-host Baltimore Financial Planning Day with the Mayor's Office and City of Baltimore to provide free financial literacy workshops and financial counseling sessions to Baltimore and Maryland residents. Also, Youth Advisor for the Young People Division of Mt Pleasant AME Church; Treasurer, Forest Park High School Alumni Association; Pro Bono Program Committee Chair, Financial Planning Association of MD; Student Membership and Scholarship Director, Association of African American Financial Advisors; Co-Founder and Liaison, National Association of Black Accountants, Towson University Chapter. 


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