Entrepreneurship as a Career Option - View the video
Asset Builders of America, Inc.
#195, 1213 North Sherman Avenue
Madison, Wisconsin 53704
Career Clusters / Help Topics:
- Accounting and Finance
- Business Management and Administration
Mr. Entenmann joined Asset Builders in the fall of 2000. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and his law degree from Boston College Law School. The Association for Investment Management and Research awarded him a Chartered Financial Analyst charter in 1998. Mr. Entenmann practiced law on the staff of the Securities and Exchange Commission at its headquarters office in Washington, DC for five years, where he played a key role in the Commission’s investor protection and education programs. Mr. Entenmann is a volunteer with the United Way of Dane County and the Madison Patriots Youth Hockey organization, and founded an NAIC/Better Investing investment club as a volunteer at the Madison Senior Center. Mr. Entenmann is also a member of the Rotary Club of Madison (Downtown) and served on the Advisory Board of the Wisconsin Center for Academically Talented Youth (WCATY).
Richard Entenmann discuss how he became an entrepreneur, specifically a social entrepreneur, helping others become financially fit. Discover the value of becoming financially educated as a way to build wealth and enhance the quality of your life. Learn what kind of traits you may need to consider creating your own kind of career. (Running Time 21:56)