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The CFP board should increase the number of minority planners by holding diversity summits, providing black and Latino leaders with opportunities to be more visible and connecting financial planning candidates with experienced planners through mentorship programs. That's according to Whitney Tome, principal of The Raben Group, which is a national public policy firm. So reports NextAvenue.

The board should also educate guidance counselors in high schools and colleges about financial planning and it should showcase diversity hiring programs.

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