ATTENTION:  FEN Members


The State Board of Administration is transitioning to no cost Webinars that will be available to you and your employees.  Complete details are provided below.

 

As you recruit and hire new employees for your school district this resource will be a valuable component of your orientation program.

 

Stay Safe & Stay in Touch

Bill Graham
Executive Director
Florida Educational Negotiators
203 S. Monroe Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301
850.414.2578
graham@fsba.org


Subject: FRS Webinars

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic we temporarily suspended delivering in-person workshops at FRS employer locations. As a result, EY will now provide live webinars to your FRS employees in lieu of in-person workshops. All of the current workshop topics are available in the webinar format and can be seen on MyFRS.com.

These webinars are being conducted by the same objective, unbiased EY financial planners who deliver the in-person workshops. Viewers of the webinar will not have the ability to interact live with the presenter, but they will be able to chat with a live EY planner by clicking a link inside the webinar window. Like the in-person workshops, these webinars are being provided by the SBA at no cost to your agency or the members who choose to attend.

To schedule a webinar for your FRS employees please reach out to Angela Ko by email at Angela.Ko@ey.com or by telephone at 201-872-0176.

Thanks,

Walter
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Walter Kelleher, CEBS
Director of Educational Services
Office of Defined Contribution Programs
State Board of Administration of Florida
1801 Hermitage Blvd., Suite 100
Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 413-1490 (office)
walter.kelleher@sbafla.com

 

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