Thursday, April 18, 2024

Thomas Korankye

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Dr. Thomas Korankye is a Certified Financial Planning (CFP®) professional with over 10 years of teaching and research experience from universities in the United States and Ghana. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor in Personal and Family Financial Planning at the University of Arizona’s Norton School of Family and Consumer Sciences. He has a MS and PhD in Personal Financial Planning from Texas Tech University. He also has other MS degrees, two in Finance and one in International Fisheries Management from the United States, Sweden, and Norway, respectively. His industry experience includes serving as a finance consultant, financial coach, and entrepreneur. With over 10 publications in peer-reviewed journals, Dr. Korankye’s current research focuses on families and individuals' financial decisions and well-being.

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