Michael Zisa

Michael Zisa
photo of Michael Zisa
  • Part-Time Faculty,
  • Academic Credentials: BS, Business Management; MA, Education
  • Office: 102
    Phone: (215) 962-9175
  • Home Page: http://www.BecomeAnEarlyInvestor.com
  • Office Hours:
    After weekly evening class from 9-10


Mike Zisa is married to his wife, Kimberly, and has three sons, Robert, Jack, & Kyle. He received his Master's degree in Mathematics Education from The City College of New York and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business Management. After 5 ½ years as a high school Mathematics teacher, Mike had a rewarding career as a Senior Financial Analyst at Bank of America. He was also a Financial Advisor for 4 years at Merrill Lynch in Princeton, NJ before joining Royal Alliance Associates, Inc. as an independent Financial Advisor. He holds the FINRA Series 7 and Series 66 securities registrations and offers financial planning services to his clients. Mike has been teaching Investment Management and Wealth Management at Pennsbury High School since 2004, teaches a Business Communications class at Bucks County Community College, and has developed financial education software curriculums for ISupportLearning, Inc. Additionally, he is a Certified Financial Education Instructor through the National Financial Educators Council (NFEC), a member of the Personal Finance Speakers Association (PFSA), the Global Association of Teachers of Economics (GATE), the National Business Educators Association (NBEA), and the Pennsylvania Business Educators Association (PBEA). Mike recently published a book through Amazon.com titled 'The Early Investor-How Teens & Young Adults Can Become Wealthy', is currently writing a 2nd book titled 'The Family Investor: How Young Couples & Families Can Become Wealthy', has written financial literacy articles for various publications, and has been a keynote financial literacy speaker at numerous conventions. He also owns and manages BecomeAnEarlyInvestor.com. His hobbies include playing the guitar, exercising, traveling, and spending time with family and friends.

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