Aetna Will Provide Financial Guidance to African-Americans
December 13, 1999
Aetna Financial Services of Hartford, Conn. has formed a partnership with 100 Black Men of America of Atlanta, Ga. an outreach organization that has 10,000 members worldwide.
Members are individuals concerned about providing character, leadership and financial guidance to young people, said Donna Carter-Butler, national development director of the organization.
"Aetna will benefit because they will have an audience of members of our organization, many of whom are entrepreneurs or high-ranking individuals at corporations... For the 100, partnering with Aetna can help us teach our African-American youth how they can develop their own financial services at a very young age," Carter-Butler said.