In the heart of our mission to eliminate economic barriers and foster financial success, we are delighted to spotlight Hasan Muhammad, our dedicated Financial Literacy Training Specialist at Access Plus Capital. Hasan’s role perfectly aligns with our commitment to providing underinvested communities with access to capital and knowledge that transforms lives.


“My goal is to let the community know we are here to provide hope, opportunity, and education. That begins with financial knowledge and intelligence.”


Hasan’s journey has been defined by his commitment to making financial literacy accessible. Drawing from his 8-10 years of experience in the financial services industry, he recognized the critical gap in knowledge within marginalized communities. Hasan believes in the power of knowledge and the mantra that “it is not what we make, it is what we keep.”


As a Financial Literacy Training Specialist, Hasan engages with the community, imparting financial education to individuals who have been underserved by traditional financial institutions. His journey from the corporate world, where accessibility was limited, to Access Plus Capital, where access to capital and resources is our mission, reflects Hasan’s unwavering passion for making a tangible difference.


Hasan embodies our values and beliefs. When it comes to our clients, he passionately states, “we don’t see risk, we see potential.” His commitment extends beyond education; he advocates for businesses to create awareness and work together to uplift their community. With wisdom from books like “The Richest Man in Babylon,” Darryl emphasizes discipline and smart choices as key to growing wealth.


Hasan Muhammad’’s dedication illuminates the path to financial empowerment, reminding us that the CDFI (community development financial institution) mission is more than just financial assistance. It’s about belief, support, and enabling communities to thrive. We celebrate Hasan’s impactful journey at Access Plus Capital and his relentless pursuit of a brighter, more financially literate future.


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