The University of the Philippines Alumni Association of Michigan (UPAAM) will hold another sequel of its professional lecture series on March 14, 2015 at the Philippine American Cultural Center of Michigan (PACCM) at 17356 Northland Park Court, Southfield.
The lecture is open to the public. Admission is free.
UPAAM President Lavinia Mateo said the timely topic, “Personal Money Management: A Current Crisis,” will be discussed during the three-hour lecture which will start at 1 p.m.
Mateo said two experts will discuss the subject. They are Ann Tai and Tadeo E. Hubahib, both Filipino Americans.
Tai has retired from academic and clinical practice teaching in occupational therapy at Wayne State University and from non-profit administration (Osher Lifelong Learning at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor). A graduate of the University of the Philippines and Wayne State University, she received a graduate certificate in management from the Eastern Michigan University. At present, she is a volunteer at Asian Center of Southeastern Michigan, Area Agency on Aging 1-B and Michigan Medicaid assistance program.
Hubahib is a licensed life, health, property and causality insurance agent, a mechanical engineer and a licensed Michigan residential builder. As a financial and insurance advisor, he focuses on helping Asian Americans to be knowledgeable on retirement and insurance instruments. He had been cited a leader’s qualifier of MassMutual Financial Group (a Fortune 94 Company) four years in a row and MassMutual Fast Pace Awardee in recognition of his passion to educate and serve the Asian American community. Anyone interested in attending the lecture is urged to call anyone of the following: Lavinia Mateo, 248-318-5897; Helen H. Domingo, 248-855-4508; Ellen Porte, 586-939-0618; Eden Alfaro 586-979-2032; and Anita Sodawalla, 586-344-6864.