Be our guest at a special luncheon with Scott Padgett
November 19th at Samford University
An interview with Scott Padgett
Welcome to a special interview edition of Investors’ Insights. Today we have in our Fi Plan Partners studio one of the top young collegiate basketball coaches in the nation. He is also 1 of only 10 former NBA players who hold a collegiate head coach position today. That person is Scott Padgett.
Scott Padgett background
Scott Anthony Padgett is a retired American professional basketball player and current head basketball coach at Samford University. Scott was a collegiate standout at the University of Kentucky, a NCAA champion, and a first-round NBA draft pick. During his NBA career he played for the Utah Jazz, Houston Rockets, New Jersey Nets, and Memphis Grizzlies.
The business process of Scott Padgett
There is much business professionals can learn from Scott Padgett. Under his leadership, Scott quickly transformed the Samford Bulldogs’ program into a competitor for the Southern Conference championship and he rapidly revamped Samford’s recruiting efforts which has turned Samford University into a destination campus.
Many of our viewers might remember Scott speaking to our group last year when we hosted our Birmingham area clients at a Samford Basketball game. We are excited to have Scott share his thoughts and insight with us again.
More information about Scott Padgett and Samford Athletics here.
Greg Powell, CIMA
Fi Plan Partners
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Greg Powell is President and CEO of Fi Plan Partners, an independent investment firm in Birmingham, AL, serving clients across the nation through financial planning, wealth management and business consulting. Fi Plan Partners creates strategies in the best interest of their clients using both fee based investing and transactional investing.
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