Stan Webb – Personal Finance Expert and Financial Literacy Advocate
Stan Webb’s personal mission of serving others began to develop as a child. He grew up in a working-class family and saw his parents struggle first-hand. While they knew very little about investing, they instilled in him a set of core values that now enable him to establish long standing relationships that span multiple generations with his clients.
Over the years, Stan has become a strong advocate for personal finance. He learned early on that the key to achieving long-term financial success is the ability to make informed and unemotional decisions based on unbiased advice. This is why he makes time to educate all of his clients as well as their key family members.
Stan is shown at right with Wichita, KS Mayor Carl Brewer holding a proclamation celebrating April as Financial Literacy Month.
Stan Webb Bio
A Steady Beacon
Since 1986, Stan Webb has been a steady beacon in a world filled with complexity and uncertainty. As a Certified Fund Specialist, Certified Senior Advisor, and an NFEC Certified Financial Education Instructor, Stan is more than capable of helping his clients achieve their financial goals and objectives. But, it is his passion for helping people that sets him apart from other financial professionals.
Stan is the co-founder of the Minerva Foundation for Financial Literacy. He has hosted financial literacy town hall events throughout Kansas in partnership with Money Smart Week Wichita 2011 for which he received a city proclamation. Stan’s passion for teaching personal finance was recently recognized by The National Financial Educators Council (NFEC), which named him as an initial board member to guide the development of their youth financial literacy curriculum.
In addition to his work in the area of financial literacy, Stan is a leader in the area of eldercare. He is deeply committed to helping families deal with the financial and emotional challenges that often confront them when caring for their elders. Toward that end, Stan recently established the Eldercare Channel of Wichita, a comprehensive network of professionals who provide a myriad of eldercare-related services.
Stan has been providing financial advice since 1986. He is a Certified Fund Specialist and Certified Senior Advisor. He holds bachelor’s degree in human resource management from Friends University in Wichita, Kansas. Stan is a keynote speaker and educator for the National Financial Educators Council, Federal Employee Mid-Center Education Day Ceremonies in Kansas City and volunteers as a sponsor in the Big Brother & Big Sister Programs. He has also served as president and board chairman of the Wichita Jaycees and is active in several community and international organizations. He is also a member of Kansas Jump$tart, a board member of Civitan International.