The National Foundation for Credit Counseling® honors Charlie Simon of Wells Fargo with NFCC’s Making the Difference Award.
“Charlie Simon’s passion and dedication to improving lives through financial well-being have helped drive innovation that puts consumers first.”
Since 2005, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC®) has presented the Making the Difference Award to recognize the unwavering contributions and support that individuals and organizations have made to the NFCC, its mission, its member agencies, and most importantly, consumers who benefit from our services.
The 2021 Making the Difference Award is presented to Charlie Simon, Senior Vice President of Wells Fargo Consumer Credit Solutions. Charlie has a passion for people and helping them succeed financially. He has repeatedly dedicated his time and expertise to a number of NFCC projects, always with a keen focus on doing what is right for consumers and for the credit counseling sector. For his ongoing contributions, he was presented with this award.
“It is our privilege to recognize Charlie Simon for his outstanding accomplishments,” said Rebecca Steele, President and CEO of the NFCC. “His passion and dedication to improving lives through financial well-being have helped drive innovation and advance the mission of the NFCC, our Member Agencies and their counselors as we all work together to put consumers first.”
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Founded in 1951, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC®) is the nation’s first and largest nonprofit dedicated to improving people’s financial well-being. With nearly 600 member offices serving 50 states, DC and Puerto Rico, our NFCC Certified Credit Counselors are financial advocates, empowering millions of consumers to take charge of their finances through one-on-one financial reviews that address credit card debt, student loans, housing decisions and overall money management. Make one of the best financial decisions of your life. For expert guidance and advice, call (800) 388-2227 or visit http://www.nfcc.org today.