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Dr. Daniel Kilcrease
Dr. Daniel Kilcrease serves on campus as the Director of Housing & Residence Life and Chair of the Money Management Center Task Force. Daniel completed the Dave Ramsey Financial Coach’s Master Series training in 2014. He received his Doctorate in Education from the University of Utah and his MBA from Texas Wesleyan University. He enjoys spending time with his family, fishing, and skiing.
John South is an advisor and financial services specialist for Student Support Services, he currently teaches the financial portion of SSS Planning for Success class. John is a former Chief Warrant Officer for Intelligence and Criminal Investigations with HM British Royal Army. John has a MSc in Forensic Science from Southern Utah University and is currently entertaining the idea of endeavouring in the pursuit of a Ph.D. John loves playing with his two lads, biking, hiking, martial arts, cinemas and theatre, and of course playing and watching soccer (pronounced football). Originally from Manchester, England.
Dr. Blake Nielson
Blake Nielson is currently serving as the Chair of the Professional Sales Department at Weber State University. He holds a BS in Business Administration from Dixie State University, an MBA from Southern Utah University, and a PhD in Business Administration from Jackson State University. His research interests are in the areas of pay equity, enhancing sales training's and sales education. He is very passionate about financial literacy. One of his greatest accomplishments was when he graduated with his PhD at the age of 29 and had zero debt of any kind.
Ed is an associate professor and serves as the Business and Economics Librarian in the Stewart Library. He teaches information literacy and specializes in helping students find resources in the areas of marketing, management, finance, and economics. Ed has a Master’s degree in library and information science, an undergraduate degree in business administration, and is currently in the process of becoming a certified Financial Fitness Coach.
Dr. Jennifer Gnagey
Jenny is an assistant professor of economics at Weber State University. She teaches a variety of courses particularly in the areas of macroeconomics and labor economics. Her research interests include the relationships between student financial wellness and academic and labor market outcomes. Prior to completing her Ph.D. at Ohio State University, she directed a high school financial literacy program as an Americorps volunteer in Apopka, FL. She is currently working on becoming a certified Financial Fitness Coach. Jenny enjoys running, biking, and hiking in the Wasatch mountains.