Mr. Jennings was a member of the board for Young Americans from 2006 to 2008, when he was vice president and general manager of Comcast. In 2009, he resigned from the board when he moved to Philadelphia to take a position as vice president of fulfillment in Comcast's Freedom Region.
“Rich was a great asset to the board and we are pleased to welcome him back,” said Young Americans President and CEO, Richard Martinez. “He joins a strong group of people concerned about the financial literacy of our younger generation, and we look forward to his contributions to the Board of Directors.”
The complete list of directors of Young Americans Center for Financial Education can be found here:
Young Americans Center for Financial Education is a nonprofit organization committed to developing the financial literacy of young people, up to age 22, through real life experiences and hands-on programs. The Center fulfills its mission by offering programs that complement and reinforce each other to build life skills, work skills and financial self-sufficiency. These include Young AmeriTowne, International Towne, Get aHead for Business, Money Matters classes, summer camps, and more. In addition, Young Americans Center houses the only real bank in the world for young people, Young Americans Bank, which shares the same educational mission of teaching children to be financially responsible. Since 1987, more than 470,000 youth have participated in the programs or bank. For more information on the Young Americans Center for Financial Education, visit www.yacenter.org.