Understanding Open Enrollment at Your Workplace
12 p.m. - 1 p.m. Nov. 02, 2020
Open enrollment typically occurs at the end of each year and is a great time for workers to review their insurance (life, health, disability), retirement plans and other workplace benefits. Join the VCU Office of Alumni Relations and the VACU Financial Success Center for this webinar, part of the alumni finance series, featuring alumnus Joseph Stemmle (B.S.’13/B) with Ameriprise Financial.
Register to learn about the benefits you should be evaluating at this time.
About the speaker
Joseph R Stemmle, CFP, is a financial planner with Ameriprise Financial with nearly 10 years of experience in financial services. In addition, he serves as an adjunct instructor at the VCU School of Business. He has been quoted/published in CNBC Acorns, Advisor News, Money.com and Investment News.
A strong advocate for the future of the financial planning profession, Stemmle has also been recognized as a part of the 2020 InvestmentNews Top 40 under 40, which recognizes up-and-comers in the financial advice industry. He serves as the 2020 national president-elect of the Financial Planning Association’s NexGen community, where he leads a community of 5,000 next-generation financial planners. He also serves as the 2020 president-elect for the Financial Planning Association of Central VA chapter where he leads the local community of 350 financial professionals.
He earned his B.S. in Finance and B.S. in Real Estate from the VCU School of Business. He received his Certified Financial Planner designation in 2015. Outside of the office, Stemmle is the president of the VCU Alumni Richmond Chapter, a member on the VCU Alumni Board of Governors, a member on the Richmond City Treasurer’s Financial Empowerment Board and co-chair of the Alumni Charity Challenge. He has received the 10 under 10 award and Gold Award from VCU Alumni, been named Ameriprise Volunteer of the Quarter for the the past four years and received the VCU School of Business Connect Excellence in Mentoring Award and the Virginia Governor’s Volunteerism and Community Service Award for outstanding Organization – VCU Richmond Chapter.