|Julie M. Werner|
Julie M. Werner, of Warner Robins, Georgia, has been studying the stock market and analyzing stocks since 1984 when she became a member of the National Association of Investors Corporation. The NAIC is a nonprofit organization advocating investment education to enable individuals to become successful, lifelong investors. She has assisted in the organization of over 25 investment clubs plus two student clubs in the Middle Georgia area. She teaches classes at NAIC events nationwide and was instrumental in developing a pilot camp on investment education for teens.
Julie travels throughout the United States speaking to investment clubs and organizations on investment education and the stock market. She was featured regularly in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s “Investment Quarterly” as a member of the Investment Club Roundtable and is interviewed often on the stock market. She has also been featured in the Chicago Tribune, BetterInvesting and Money magazines, and quoted in the Wall Street Journal. In 2004, the Investment Education Institute presented her with its Distinguished Service Award in Investment Education. On August 15, 2006 she had the honor of being a participant in the ringing of the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
Julie has a degree in mathematics from the University of Guam. She has worked as a bookkeeper, teacher assistant for bilingual education, registered representative, and financial planning administrative assistant.
Mrs. Werner is married to Lieutenant Colonel (retired) Kenneth Werner. They have two adult children.