COSIFE Hosts “Prelude to EntreLeadership”  As Pre-Event To Convo Featuring Mr. Dave Ramsey

College of the Ozarks Students in Free Enterprise (COSIFE) will host “Prelude to EntreLeadership,” a panel discussion on entrepreneurship and servant leadership featuring Branson/Hollister Community Bank President of Arvest Greg Baker, Regional Frito Lay Zone Sales Leader Ken Jodock, founder/CEO of Kerusso, Inc., Vic Kennett, and Executive Director of Christian Healthcare Ministries Reverend Howard Russell. Terry Bowen, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Kerusso, will serve as the panel moderator.

COSIFE will welcome SIFE teams from Crowder College, Ozarks Technical Community College, Evangel University and Southwest Baptist University to attend “Prelude to EntreLeadership,” which will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 4 from 3-4:15 p.m. in The Keeter Center’s Royal Oak Forum. The public also is invited to attend this free event; tickets are not required.

“Prelude to EntreLeadership” will serve as a pre-event to the October 4, Community Convocation “EntreLeadership” featuring Christian financial advisor/author Mr. Dave Ramsey. COSIFE has taken a leadership role in promoting financial stewardship and leadership education.

“COSIFE is providing financial literacy to students to help them obtain the knowledge and skills to make informed decisions regarding money matters,” said COSIFE Advisor Rachel Mullinax.

Beginning last year, the COSIFE helped launch a financial stewardship course for College of the Ozarks students. Mr. Ramsey designed the college curriculum and C of O Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice David Vogt and his wife Abbey teach the course on campus. Through the generosity and support of Christian Healthcare Ministries, a total of 250 C of O students will have taken this Dave Ramsey college curriculum course by the semester’s end.

“The Vogts and COSIFE are dedicated to providing these courses because students today have a real hunger for financial education,” said Mullinax.

For more information on “Prelude to EntreLeadership,” please contact COSIFE at (417) 690-2291.

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