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Morf Media Debuts Millennial Training Playbook

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 25, 2016
Morf Media Inc. has announced that mortgage industry training veteran Ginger Bell is joining Millennial leaders to present powerful new financial education programs for 2016

Morf Media Inc. has announced that mortgage industry training veteran Ginger Bell is joining Millennial leaders to present powerful new financial education programs for 2016. Designed to make a lasting impact on young professionals, business and the mortgage industry, Bell will host a panel of Millennial professionals to present "Mentorships for Millennials and The Financial Literacy Initiative" at Pepperdine University. Bell will also debut the newest training technology from Morf Media called Morf Playbook on smartphones with career training courses such as America’s Mortgage Institute Mortgage Master online.

Bell’s panel of Millennials will discuss what young adults know about finance, want to know and need to know about buying a home. Derek Stoutland, director of The Financial Literacy Initiative at Pepperdine University will share vital insights about his program designed to educate Millennials on the foundational concepts of personal finance. A Millennial himself, Stoutland is completing his MBA at Pepperdine’s Graziadio School of Business and Management while also working as a Budget Analyst for the institution’s Office of Financial Planning.

“Mentoring Millennials by Millennials on financial planning and mortgage industry programs is powerful,” said Stoutland. “We seek to inform, engage and build behaviors that meet important goals for financial literacy among this generation.”

With a focus on presenting opportunities for Millennials in the mortgage industry, JD Cutri, the founder and president of the Young Mortgage Professionals Association will share insights on what Millennials are looking for and will share the mission and plans for the Young Mortgage Professionals Association.

At the session, Bell will provide a sneak peek of an online training system she helped design, Morf Playbook. It’s designed for training on the go and is now available on mobile devices and PCs. Morf Playbook offers a complete training system with authoring, reporting and more, made easy, fast and fun with a game-like experience. The training is available on mobile devices and PCs and can be converted to audio books for training on the go. Morf Playbook keeps learners engaged and enthusiastic about what they are learning today and what they need to know to meet their professional goals.

 “With knowledge and wisdom, well designed technology and communication, we can help people change behaviors, change lives and empower them to perform at the top of their game,” said Bell. 

Published
Jan 25, 2016
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