Who would have actually considered that just spending precious time loitering in your old man’s real estate offices will most likely prepare your way to business success later in life? That is exactly what transpired with American businessman and established banker Frank Hanna III.
Things he has experienced from his childhood days as well as from his own advanced education at the University of Georgia prepared him to become a highly successful Ceo of his own investments firm, Hanna Capital, LLC. He is also involved in other personal and family business ventures that include HBR Capital Ltd and CompuCredit Corporation. However, Frank Hanna III is certainly not just about business, for he embraces his own family’s passion for selfless giving and supporting charitable groups. As a strong advocate of advancing educational freedom, Frank Hanna III also has been a key component in starting three new educational institutions in Atlanta.
His campaigns as a national leader in K-12 education reform gained for him the Philanthropy Roundtable’s William E. Simon Prize for Philanthropic Leadership. He was also the co-chair of the President’s Advisory Commission on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans during President George W. Bush’s administration. Using what he mastered in the corporate world and what he also practices in his social advocacy work, Frank Hanna III shares in his critically acclaimed new book, What Your Money Means. In this book, Frank Hanna III describes the real reason and the very purpose as to why people have money. He describes how using riches in the right way should be included in a person’s advocacy. According to him, if each person could carry out this vocation seriously - it could certainly change the face of American philanthropy in the years to come.