BIO: Frank Salters
Frank Salters is the National Marketing Director of Century Systems. He has over twenty five years of experience managing financials, projections and distribution. He believes solid personal finances translate to solid business finances.
He initiated and directs national and international multimillion dollar accounts. He has operated as a Sales Manager and Trainer for new product campaigns. He has consistently contributed to revenue producing activities while enhancing profits.
He has personally experienced a forty percent increase in revenue over the last five years. He taught students of the 24HourMBA how to manage their personal finances. He showed them how their FICA scores and sustainability represents their ability to market their products or services.
He also sits on several boards of progressive organizations. Currently, he is the CEO and Servant Leader of Light of Joy in Riverdale, Georgia. The organization has a focus on community development and personal growth. Light of Joy has witnessed thousands redirect their life. Their membership has exceeded two thousand within the first five years of its existence.
He is actively involved in prison outreach, which has assisted hundreds of men and women transition back into society. He is director of the “Standing in the Gap” prison conference. He also sits on the Georgia Department of Corrections Faith Based Advisory Board. He is a Graduate of The International Christian Men’s Network. He is also a Diploma recipient of The Man in the Mirror Mentoring Curriculum. He speaks at conferences and organizations throughout the world.
He is a Graduate of Winthrop University, The Methodist College and The School of Life. He and his wife, Miriam Moore, have two children Franklin Micah and Candace Naomi. Neither education nor earthly accomplishments can reveal how the Kingdom has manifested in his life. Therefore, he is constantly reminded, “If you continue to sow good seed, your harvest will always be bountiful”.
He was featured in Session 4 of the 24HourMBA “What To Do About Tight Cash Flow; When The Bank Calls Your Loan; How To Collect From Slow Or No Paying Customers And Other Money Miseries; Get Better Prices And Terms From Your Vendors; And Managing Your Personal Finances”