In This Installment of Access the Experts
Chancellor Joanne Li, Ph.D., CFA, answers the question: "How does someone improve their financial literacy?"
Joanne Li, Ph.D, CFA, became the 16th chancellor of the University of Nebraska at Omaha on July 1, 2021, following unanimous approval from the University of Nebraska System Board of Regents on June 1, 2021. She is the first woman of color to serve as UNO chancellor and the first Asian-American in the history of the University of Nebraska System to hold an executive leadership role. Prior to becoming chancellor at UNO, Li served as dean of the College of Business and professor of finance and Ryder Eminent Scholar Chair in Business at Florida International University, the nation's fourth-largest public university. A first-generation college student who went on to graduate summa cum laude, Li holds bachelor's and doctoral degrees in finance from Florida State University. She has also previously served at Wright State University, Towson University and Loyola University of Maryland.
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