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Wiser Wealth Sponsoring Berry College Executive Round Table Dinner With David Ratcliffe, CEO Southern Company

Wiser Wealth Management is sponsoring a table at the upcoming Berry College Campbell School of Business Executive Round Table (ERT) Dinner on February 25th. The Executive Round Table exists to provide a forum for student leaders, interested faculty and industry members to share ideas and opinions on a variety of timely, far-reaching subjects. ERT is a student organization within Berry College. You can learn more about Berry College at www.berry.edu.

The speaker at the dinner is David M. Ratcliffe. David M. Ratcliffe is the CEO of the Southern Company, a leading U.S. producer of electricity. Elected by the board of directors in December 2003, Ratcliffe became president of Southern Company in April 2004 and assumed the additional responsibilities of CEO and chairman in July 2004. Tickets to the event are $30.

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