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For developing her money personality methodology, Syble has been named the Mary Ellen Edmondson Educator of the Year by the Association for Financial Counseling and Planning Education. She also served multiple terms on AFCPE’s national board of directors. AFCPE is a partner with FPA to advance the profession of personal finance.
The Excellence in Financial Literacy Education (EIFLE) Award was presented by the Institute for Financial Literacy for the youth program How to be Rich in Life and Love created by Syble Solomon in partnership with the Dibble Institute.
Syble was presented with the Smart Marriages Impact Award from the Coalition for Marriage, Family and Couples Education for creating a tool to help people talk about money and develop the skills to deal with finances in a healthy way.
Money Habitudes was featured as a financial book of the month selection in the Washington Post by financial columnist Michelle Singletary.
Syble Solomon was awarded the Friend of National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences for her outstanding contributions to NEAFCS.
The North Carolina Jump$tart State Coalition named Syble Solomon the 2013 North Carolina Outstanding Contributor to Financial Education for Youth.