STMA’s next Town Hall to focus on career and financial health
STMA’s next Town Hall, to be held Tuesday, October 13 at 3 p.m. EDT, and will focus on career and financial health.
STMA’s Town Hall meetings bring members of the industry together to learn about various aspects of sports field management and personal and professional development. The October meeting will feature Erin Wolfram, a career services professional, and Harrison Hill, a financial advisor. Current events have contributed to many uncertainties in our personal and professional lives. The panelists are here to help you answer questions about financial affairs and career growth during the pandemic and other current events. The goal is to share information and STMA wants you to submit your own questions for our professionals to address.
Harrison Hill is a financial advisor and vice president with Morgan Stanley. He attended the University of Kansas for his undergraduate and graduate degrees. Upon graduation in 2003 he began working for Morgan Stanley as a financial advisor, and has spent the past 17 years in this role. He works with individuals, families, and non-profits advising them on their financial affairs, with a focus on investment management, college funding, and retirement planning. He has worked with individuals and organizations all over the country, ranging from novice to experienced investors.
Erin Wolfram is a career services professional with more than 15 years of experience. She works with clients to help them recognize their strengths and unique qualities to rise above the competition. She works alongside clients to make sure they are confident throughout their job search and/or personal and business growth and believes in getting to know clients and their stories to help them reflect their best selves in their application materials and/or business branding. She owns and operates Career Advantage and helps professionals throughout the world. Wolfram received a Bachelor of Science in Secondary English Education from Kansas State University, as well as both a Master of Science in Counseling Psychology and a Master of Science in Educational Technology from The University of Kansas. She also earned a professional etiquette certificate in 2012 from The Etiquette Institute in St. Louis.