posted on April 21, 2011 17:14
Travis Massey Bedsole Jr., bankruptcy administrator for the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Southern District of Alabama, presented a lecture at the University of Mobile titled, “Financial Management: An Insider’s View” in recognition of Financial Literacy Month.
The lecture discussed personal finance from a perspective of Christian stewardship. Topics included biblical foundations of financial management, debt management and practical steps to financial wellness.
April is National Financial Literacy Month, which recognizes a commitment “to improving financial literacy and ensuring all Americans have access to trustworthy financial services and products,” according to the White House.
Bedsole is a long-time friend of the University of Mobile. In addition to 24 years of service a bankruptcy administrator, he was clerk of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for eight years, engaged in the private practice of law for four years, and served as a law clerk to Alabama Supreme Court Justice Dan T. McCall Jr. for a year. He is a past chairman of the bankruptcy and commercial law section of the Alabama State Bar.
For more information, contact the UMobile School of Business
Travis Massey Bedsole Jr. speaks to University of Mobile students in Ram Hall
Dr. Jane Finley, dean of the UMobile School of Business; Mr. Bedsole, UMobile
student Morgan Carnley