About the authors in in Volume 9, Issue 1 of Financial Counseling and Planning



About the Authors in Volume 9, Issue 1 of Financial
Counseling and Planning

Ruth E. Berry, Mandatory
Financial Counselling for Bankrupts in Canada
, is a professor of
Family Studies and Dean of the Faculty of Human Ecology at the University
of Manitoba. She holds a B.H.E. from the University of British Columbia,
an M.S. from The Pennsylvania State University, and a Ph.D. from Purdue.
She is a Certified Financial Planner and a Professional Home Economist.

Ivan F. Beutler, The
Home as a Wealth Preserving and Accumulating Asset
, is an associate
professor of Family Resource Management in the Department
of Family Sciences at Brigham Young University
. He holds a B.S. and
M.S. from Utah State University, and Ph.D. from Purdue.

Roger Calcote, The Role
of Financial Counselors in Long-term Health Care Planning
, is a
Professor of Accounting in the Department of Accounting at Jackson State
University. He has a DBA from Mississippi State University and is a CPA.

Y. Regina
Chang
, Adequate Emergency
Fund Holdings and Family Type
and Emergency
Fund Levels: Is Household Behavior Rational?
, is an assistant professor
in the Consumer and Family Economics Department at the University of Missouri-Columbia.
She received a Ph.D. in Family
Resource Management
at The Ohio State University in 1993. She was a
winner of the McGraw-Hill Competitive Paper Award of the Academy of Financial
Services in 1991 and 1992.

Sharon
A. DeVaney
, Financial Planning
for Retirement by Parents of College Students
, is an Assistant
Professor at Purdue University. She received the Ph.D. from The
Ohio State University
in 1993. She became an Accredited Financial Counselor
in 1994. Her research focuses on family financial management and the economics
of aging.

Jessie X.
Fan
, Emergency Fund Levels:
Is Household Behavior Rational?
is an assistant professor in Family
and Consumer Studies at the University of Utah
. She received a Ph.D.
in
Family Resource
Management at The Ohio State University
in 1993. She was a winner of
the McGraw-Hill Competitive Paper Award of the Academy of Financial
Services
in 1991 and 1992, and won the 1994 Dissertation Award of
the American Council on Consumer Interests
.

Phillip Fuller, The
Role of Financial Counselors in Long-term Health Care Planning
,
is an Associate Professor of Finance in the Department of Economics, Finance
and General Business at Jackson State University. He received a DBA from
Mississippi State University.

Sherman
Hanna,
Children’s College
as a Saving Goal
and Emergency
Fund Levels: Is Household Behavior Rational?
is a professor in
the Consumer and
Textile Sciences Department
at The Ohio State University. He received
a Ph.D. in Consumer Economics from
Cornell University
and a B.S. in Economics
from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
.

Charles B. Hatcher,
A Model of Desired Wealth at
Retirement
, is an Assistant Professor in Consumer
Economics at the University of Georgia
. He received his B.S., M.S.
and Ph.D. Degrees from Cornell
University
in 1993, 1995 and 1997, respectively. His research focuses
on Labor Economics and the Economics of the Life Cycle.

Sandra J. Huston, Adequate
Emergency Fund Holdings and Family Type
, is a Ph.D. candidate at
the University of Missouri-Columbia in the Department of Consumer and Family
Economics. She received a Masters of Science degree from the University
of Guelph, Department of Consumer Studies. She was previously a Financial
Analyst for the Provincial Government of Manitoba, Department of Family
Services, Income Security Division.

Arthur B. Kennickell, Saving
and Financial Planning: Some Findings from a Focus Group
, is a
senior economist and the project director of the Survey
of Consumer Finances
at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve
System in Washington, DC. He was awarded a Ph.D. in Economics by the University
of Pennsylvania in 1984. He received a B.A. in 1971 and an M.A. in 1973
from the Committee on General Studies in Humanities at the University of
Chicago.

Seonglim Lee, Children’s
College as a Saving Goal
, is a Ph.D. candidate in the Consumer
and Textile Sciences Department
at The Ohio State University. She received
B.S. and M.S. degrees from Seoul National University. She won a “Best Graduate
Student Paper” award at the Family Economics and Resource Management preconference
of the AAFCS meeting in 1997.

Sue L. T. McGregor, Mandatory
Financial Counselling for Bankrupts in Canada
, is a Professor in
the Human Ecology Department,  Professor, Family and Consumer Studies
and Policy, Department of Human Ecology, and Coordinator of the Peace and
Conflict Studies program, Mount Saint Vincent University, Halifax, NS Canada.
She received her Ph.D. in consumer policy from the University of Stratahclyde,
Glasgow, Scotland in 1993, and M.Sc. in Consumer Studies from the University
of Alberta in 1984 and a B.Sc. in Home Economics from UPEI, 1975. She teaches
family and personal finance as well as consumer education and policy.

Mulya E. Siregar, Children’s
College as a Saving Goal
, is a Ph.D. candidate in the Consumer
and Textile Sciences Department at The Ohio State University. He received
an M.S. in Family Resource Management in 1996 and M.S. in Agricultural
Economics in 1989 from The Ohio State University and a B.S. in Agricultural
Economics from Bogor Agricultural Institute, Indonesiain 1980. He is a
bank officer in Bank Indonesia (Central Bank of Indonesia).

Martha Starr-McCluer, Saving
and Financial Planning: Some Findings from a Focus Group
, is an
Economist with the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in
Washington, DC. She received a Ph.D. in Economics from Boston University
in 1992 and a B.A. from McGill University in 1981. She worked at the World
Bank between 1985 and 1988.

Annika E. Sundén,
Saving and Financial Planning: Some
Findings from a Focus Group
, is an Economist with the Board of
Governors of the Federal Reserve System in Washington, DC. She received
a Ph.D. in Labor Economics from Cornell University in 1994 and a B.S. in
Economics and Finance from the Stockholm School of Economics in 1986.

Kelly J. Todd, Financial
Planning for Retirement by Parents of College Students
, received
a BS in Financial Counseling and Planning from Purdue University. She works
as an executive financial counseling associate with Deloitte and Touche
in Chicago.

Floyd W. Yorgason, The
Home as a Wealth Preserving and Accumulating Asset
, is Director
of the LDS Institute of Religion, Santa Rosa, California, and Ph.D. candidate
in the Department of Family Sciences, Brigham Young University.

Emily Norman Zietz,
The Role of Financial Counselors
in Long-term Health Care Planning
, is an Assistant Professor of
Finance in the Department of Economics and Finance at Middle Tennessee
State University. She has a Ph.D. from Florida State University and obtained
the CPCU and ARM designations. 


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