From Wall Street to Economic Empowerment and Social Activism…….the story of Fredrick D. Scott

Fredrick D Scott….he was hailed as Wall Street’s “Wonderkid” but in 2013, that world was abruptly halted. Fredrick D Scott started from humble beginnings, a child from a single mother..he worked his way to becoming a highly sought after financial expert, with appearances on TVOne’s “Washington Watch” with Roland Martin and on New York’s Hot 97-FM. He also spoke at the annual conferences for the National Action Network, the National Bankers Association, the Jackie Robinson Foundation, and the renowned Eagle Academy.

Ebony Magazine named him as one of the “Top 30 Under 30” in May of 2010 at the age of 25, but shortly afterwards he would face accusations of white collar crime which resulted in a sentence of 63 months inside of the Federal Prison system on a crime he was never indicted but plead guilty due to unfortunate circumstances.
But I will stop there….and allow you the opportunity to listen firsthand to the interview with Fredrick D Scott, as we discuss his success, his fall, and how he now works to bring awareness to minority communities in regards to economics, social activism and much more!

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