Young J. Boozer, III, was born in Birmingham and raised in Tuscaloosa. He earned the rank of Eagle Scout and received the Distinguished Eagle Scout Award. Boozer received his bachelor’s degree in economics in 1971 from Stanford University and a master’s degree in finance from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania in 1973.
During the past four decades, Boozer’s career in banking, finance and investments has taken him from Citibank in New York and Crocker National Bank in Los Angeles, to Coral Petroleum in Houston and Colonial Bank in Montgomery. Boozer is married to the former Sally Jackson of Clayton, Alabama, and they have four children.
Vermont State Treasurer Beth Pearce, NAST’s incoming president, has partnered with Governor Phil Scott to launch a statewide Financial Literacy..