125B Mumford Hall
University of Missouri
Columbia, MO 65211
BS Consumer and Family Economics, BSBA Economics, MS Consumer and Family Economics, CFP®, University of Missouri.
Andrew Zumwalt, MS, CFP®, is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Personal Financial Planning Program at the University of Missouri. After completing a Bachelor of Science in Consumer and Family Economics and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration with an emphasis in Economics at the University of Missouri, he earned a Master of Science in Consumer and Family Economics from the University of Missouri. His graduate work involved assisting Extension faculty in creating a statewide Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. After completing his MS, he continued full-time with University of Missouri Extension to support and continue the expansion of the VITA program across the state. For 16 years in MU Extension, Andrew created personal finance curriculums, served as a statewide contact for personal finance, and oversaw over $2.6 million in related grants and contracts.
While in Extension, Andrew taught several courses for the Personal Financial Planning program and escorted PFP students to several conferences, including the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education (AFCPE) conferences, the National Association of Governmental Defined Contribution Administrators (NAGDCA) conferences, and several Financial Planning Association events in St. Louis, Kansas City, and Des Moines.
Mary O’Neill Award for Innovative, High-Impact Financial Education (team award), Association for Financial Counseling & Planning Education, 2017
Mary Ellen Edmundson Educator of the Year Award, Association for Financial Counseling & Planning Education, 2016