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FCEE names new executive director

The Florida Council on Economic Education (FCEE) has announced a change in key

Robin Warren

Robin Warren

 personnel. Clinton Mueller will be leaving the post of Executive Director after serving in that role for nearly three years. He is credited with helping revitalize and restructure the FCEE during the past several years. He is relocating to South Florida.

The council’s new executive director is Robin Warren, who joined the Council December 1. Warren previously served as associate general counsel and public policy executive for Bank of America at its corporate headquarters in Charlotte N.C.

In 2007 she co-founded Project Prosper, a financial literacy and micro-lending program that helps working legal immigrants in Pinellas County achieve success in the community. She also co-chairs the Financial Education and Bank Products Committees for Bank of St. Petersburg and is also the chair of the Asset-Building Committee of the Wealth Building Coalition of Pinellas County.

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Clinton Mueller

Under the direction of Clinton Mueller, the FCEE experienced a new level of efficiency, increased outreach to educators, and improved relationships with the business community, state colleges and universities. “While I’m sad to be leaving the Florida Council, I’m thrilled about what’s on the council’s horizon. I plan to remain an active advocate of the FCEE’s programs and mission”, said Mueller.

The mission of the Florida Council on Economic Education is to prepare Florida’s young people for personal and financial success through educational programs in economics, the free enterprise system and personal financial literacy so that they become productive members of the workforce, responsible consumers and wise investors. The Florida Council on Economic Education is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that is funded by leading corporations and individuals throughout the state. The Florida Council is an affiliate of the National Council on Economic Education.

For more information please visit www.fcee.org or call Monica Pettiette at 813-289-8489.


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