The Mississippi Council on Economic Education announces the three have been elected to serve on the Board of Directors for a three year term effective July 30.
Greg Frascogna is the Senior Vice President and Branch Manager at Stephens Inc. Frascogna is a member of the Investment Policy Board, Securities Law Committee, the CFA Society of Mississippi and an Affiliate Member of the CFA Institute. He was recognized as a finalist in On Wall Street magazine’s Third Annual “Top Branch Manager” list which recognizes excellence in creating an effective branch strategy, develop and retain talented advisors and dedication to the goal of providing superior client service. He received his bachelor’s degree in Accounting and MBA with a concentration in Finance from Millsaps College. He is also a graduate of Stephens University at Wake Forest University. Dr.
Faye Gilbert, who earned her undergraduate and master’s degrees in business administration at The University of Southern Mississippi, is the dean of USM’s College of Business. Gilbert, previously served as dean of the College of Business and Economics at Radford (Va.) University, and is the first woman to lead the Southern Miss business program. She is a native of Ocean Springs, and earned her Bachelor of Science in business administration at Southern Miss in 1982 and her Master’s the following year. She received her Doctorate from North Texas University in 1988. Before accepting her current post at Radford, Gilbert served as dean of the business school at Georgia College and State University.
Dean Wendy Scott is the eighth dean of the Mississippi College School of Law. She is a graduate of Harvard University and New York University School of Law, Dean Scott taught at the North Carolina Central University School of Law for eight years, where she served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs from 2009 to 2012. She previously taught at Tulane Law School in New Orleans for 17 years and served as Vice Dean for Academic Affairs.
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