Center for Financial Literacy and Education
Service Assistant Professor, Finance
Amy Pridemore currently serves as the Director of the Center for Financial Literacy and Education and a Service Assistant Professor at the West Virginia University John Chambers College of Business and Economics. Prior to becoming a full-time faculty member, Amy spent 10+ years in industry at the West Virginia University Foundation in the Finance and Accounting department while also working as an adjunct professor for the Business College where she taught Personal Financial Planning to business majors. In her role as Director of the CFLE, she oversees outreach and education events targeted at various constituent groups throughout the state of West Virginia.
Additionally, Amy serves as the Director of the WVU Certified Financial Planner Board Registered Program where she oversees the reporting and planning for the WVU CFP Board curriculum.
MBA, West Virginia University
B.S., Accounting, West Virginia University
B.S., Finance, West Virginia University
Certificate in Forensic Accounting, West Virginia University