About Us

Who We Are 

Our Story

GCFLF was founded by award-winning financial thought leaders Prince Dykes and Chadrick Davis, Navy Veterans, friends and collaborators of the popular YouTube channel and podcast The Investor Show. Prince and Chadrick, through reflection of their own lives, recognized a dire need for financial education among young Americans in diverse and underserved communities due to the financial illiteracy of the generations before them.

 The duo decided in 2017 to create a nonprofit based on the groundbreaking children’s financial literacy book series Wesley Learns created and written by Prince based on the real-life story of him sharing the financial knowledge he has learned and passed along to his son Wesley.

 Currently, the series introduces children to the financial topics of investing, credit, and insurance with plans to increase financial topics over the coming years. As we grow, we will continue to work to educate and inspire young people, instilling in them a lifelong commitment to excellence in personal finance.

Vision
Global Children Financial Literacy Foundation (GCFLF) is a nonprofit organization based in Georgia that leverages the power of financial education to help future generations build a solid foundation of financial literacy through our children’s financial literacy book series Wesley Learns. We target young people living in underserved and military communities in U.S. cities, imbuing them with the financial savvy necessary to live financially secure lives. Our goal is to establish Wesley Learns as the premier children’s financial literacy book series that introduces kids to the world of financial literacy.
Mission
Leveraging the power of financial education to help youths build a strong financial foundation with vital knowledge and practical skills in diversifying wealth.

Our Story

Research suggests that financial literacy has been on the decline in recent years*. In a test of financial knowledge among young Americans, only around one-third can answer even four or five basic financial literacy questions correctly.

At Global Children Financial Literacy Foundation (GCFLF), we are working to change this by leveraging the power of financial education to help future generations build a solid foundation of financial literacy. Our nonprofit organization based in Waynesboro, Georgia targets young people living in underserved and military communities in U.S. cities, equipping them with the financial savvy necessary to live financially stable lives.

GCFLF was co-founded by award-winning financial thought leaders Prince Dyke and Chadrick Davis, friends and collaborators behind the popular Investor Show podcast. Prince and Chadrick recognized a dire need for financial literacy education among young Americans, caused in part by the financial illiteracy of their parents before them.

Prince and Chadrick wanted to develop a program based on their own experiences and financial knowledge accumulated throughout their military, collegiate, and professional careers. They created GCFLF to build a global financial awareness community offering a range of engaging financial literacy programs for children and young adults.

At GCFLF, we work collaboratively by partnering with parents, schools, youth organizations, local businesses, and other community stakeholders to host financial literacy workshops, conferences, and seminars designed to teach children of all ages the importance of budgeting, saving, investing, and credit. Our current offering of evidence-based programs includes the “Wesley Learns Book Club” for children ages 8 to 12, which combines literacy with financial literacy while making first-time shareholders out of the participants. We also offer the “High School Transition Program” (HSTP), modeled after the U.S. military’s transition assistance program, to ensure high school students have the basic financial knowledge to begin their lives as adults.

As we grow, we will continue to create powerful programming that educates and inspires young people, instilling in them a lifelong commitment to excellence in personal finance. Our ultimate goal is to prepare America’s future leaders for lives of financial integrity, stability, and success as they strive to make their unique impact, achieve excellence, and build generational wealth.

In a test of financial knowledge among young Americans, only around one-third can answer even four or five basic financial literacy questions correctly.

At Global Children Financial Literacy Foundation (GCFLF), we are working to change this by leveraging the power of financial education to help future generations build a solid foundation of financial literacy. Our nonprofit organization based in Waynesboro, Georgia targets young people living in underserved and military communities in U.S. cities, equipping them with the financial savvy necessary to live financially stable lives.

GCFLF was co-founded by award-winning financial thought leaders Prince Dyke and Chadrick Davis, friends, and collaborators behind the popular Investor Show podcast. Prince and Chadrick recognized a dire need for financial literacy education among young Americans, caused in part by the financial illiteracy of their parents before them.

Prince and Chadrick wanted to develop a program based on their own experiences and financial knowledge accumulated throughout their military, collegiate, and professional careers. They created GCFLF to build a global financial awareness community offering a range of engaging financial literacy programs for children and young adults.

At GCFLF, we work collaboratively by partnering with parents, schools, youth organizations, local businesses, and other community stakeholders to host financial literacy programs , conferences, and seminars designed to teach children of all ages the importance of budgeting, saving, investing, and credit. Our current offering of evidence-based programs includes the “Wesley Learns Book Club” for children ages 8 to 12, which combines literacy with financial literacy while making first-time shareholders out of the participants. We also offer the “High School Transition Program” (HSTP), modeled after the U.S. military’s transition assistance program, to ensure high school students have the basic financial knowledge to begin their lives as adults.

As we grow, we will continue to create powerful programming that educates and inspires young people, instilling in them a lifelong commitment to excellence in personal finance. Our ultimate goal is to prepare America’s future leaders for lives of financial integrity, stability, and success as they strive to make their unique impact, achieve excellence, and build generational wealth.

In a test of financial knowledge among young Americans, only around one-third can answer even four or five basic financial literacy questions correctly.

At Global Children Financial Literacy Foundation (GCFLF), we are working to change this by leveraging the power of financial education to help future generations build a solid foundation of financial literacy. Our nonprofit organization based in Waynesboro, Georgia targets young people living in underserved and military communities in U.S. cities, equipping them with the financial savvy necessary to live financially stable lives.

GCFLF was co-founded by award-winning financial thought leaders Prince Dyke and Chadrick Davis, friends, and collaborators behind the popular Investor Show podcast. Prince and Chadrick recognized a dire need for financial literacy education among young Americans, caused in part by the financial illiteracy of their parents before them.

Prince and Chadrick wanted to develop a program based on their own experiences and financial knowledge accumulated throughout their military, collegiate, and professional careers. They created GCFLF to build a global financial awareness community offering a range of engaging financial literacy programs for children and young adults.

At GCFLF, we work collaboratively by partnering with parents, schools, youth organizations, local businesses, and other community stakeholders to host financial literacy programs , conferences, and seminars designed to teach children of all ages the importance of budgeting, saving, investing, and credit. Our current offering of evidence-based programs includes the “Wesley Learns Book Club” for children ages 8 to 12, which combines literacy with financial literacy while making first-time shareholders out of the participants. We also offer the “High School Transition Program” (HSTP), modeled after the U.S. military’s transition assistance program, to ensure high school students have the basic financial knowledge to begin their lives as adults.

As we grow, we will continue to create powerful programming that educates and inspires young people, instilling in them a lifelong commitment to excellence in personal finance. Our ultimate goal is to prepare America’s future leaders for lives of financial integrity, stability, and success as they strive to make their unique impact, achieve excellence, and build generational wealth.

At GCFLF, we work collaboratively by partnering with parents, schools, youth organizations, local businesses, and other community stakeholders to host financial literacy programs , conferences, and seminars designed to teach children of all ages the importance of budgeting, saving, investing, and credit. Our current offering of evidence-based programs includes the “Wesley Learns Book Club” for children ages 8 to 12, which combines literacy with financial literacy while making first-time shareholders out of the participants. We also offer the “High School Transition Program” (HSTP), modeled after the U.S. military’s transition assistance program, to ensure high school students have the basic financial knowledge to begin their lives as adults.

As we grow, we will continue to create powerful programming that educates and inspires young people, instilling in them a lifelong commitment to excellence in personal finance. Our ultimate goal is to prepare America’s future leaders for lives of financial integrity, stability, and success as they strive to make their unique impact, achieve excellence, and build generational wealth.

GCFLF was co-founded by award-winning financial thought leaders Prince Dyke and Chadrick Davis, friends, and collaborators behind the popular Investor Show podcast. Prince and Chadrick recognized a dire need for financial literacy education among young Americans, caused in part by the financial illiteracy of their parents before them.

Prince and Chadrick wanted to develop a program based on their own experiences and financial knowledge accumulated throughout their military, collegiate, and professional careers. They created GCFLF to build a global financial awareness community offering a range of engaging financial literacy programs for children and young adults.

At GCFLF, we work collaboratively by partnering with parents, schools, youth organizations, local businesses, and other community stakeholders to host financial literacy workshops, conferences, and seminars designed to teach children of all ages the importance of budgeting, saving, investing, and credit. Our current offering of evidence-based programs includes the “Wesley Learns Book Club” for children ages 8 to 12, which combines literacy with financial literacy while making first-time shareholders out of the participants. We also offer the “High School Transition Program” (HSTP), modeled after the U.S. military’s transition assistance program, to ensure high school students have the basic financial knowledge to begin their lives as adults.

As we grow, we will continue to create powerful programming that educates and inspires young people, instilling in them a lifelong commitment to excellence in personal finance. Our ultimate goal is to prepare America’s future leaders for lives of financial integrity, stability, and success as they strive to make their unique impact, achieve excellence, and build generational wealth.

Wilfred Botchway

Wilfred Botchway is a United States Army veteran and dedicated individual with a strong desire to help and support the less privileged or underserved communities in our society. Mr. Botchway is the founder and CEO of Chameleon Eagle Security Services LLC. aka~ Chameagle – pronounced “kam-eagle”. Mr. Botchway provides website support to GCFLF, ensuring that the organization is able to deliver educational materials for financial literacy to the youth, as he actively engages in education and awareness initiatives, sharing his knowledge to empower others in safeguarding their digital assets and privacy.

Mr. Botchway’s academic background, in Computer Network Systems, Forensics in Cyber Investigations, and Cybersecurity Management and Policy, complements his practical expertise, enabling him to deliver innovative, reliable, and adaptive solutions that address not only internal threats but also the vulnerabilities within the supply chain.