With more than 15 years of experience in sales and account management, Ted Ulan works with First Kansas Financial in Emporia, Kansas. His work involves careful coordination with banks and mortgage bankers, but is also oriented toward sales. Ted has held a mortgage bankers license and a secondary mortgage lenders license in New Jersey and mortgage broker’s licenses in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New York, and Kansas. Mr. Ulan has also held licensing as a Mortgage Consultant and Life Insurance Agent and has held a Series 6 securities license, a Series 63 securities license, and the prestigious, hard-to-attain Series 26 registered principal securities license. Continually striving for excellence, Ted Ulan placed as an Honored Professional on the National Register’s Who’s Who list in 2000. After his successful career as a New Jersey mortgage banking executive and having attained the New Jersey Department of Education State Board of Examiners Certificate of Eligibility with an accompanying admission to Montclair State University's graduate school, Mr. Ulan opted to help a friend in Kansas City develop the Mortgage Recovery Division at National Bank of Kansas City over pursuing graduate school. Due to his drive for success, as one of only two sophomores to place among the Bergen-Passaic Carpenter Division All-League Soccer Team, Mr. Ulan was awarded an athletic scholarship in soccer and was the starting goaltender for the Bloomfield College Golden Deacons men’s soccer team. At Bloomfield College, Mr. Ulan attained First Honors on the dean's list each of his semesters at Bloomfield College, graduating with over a 4.0 GPA. While at Bloomfield College, Mr. Ulan garnered a Scholastic All-American Honor from the United States Achievement Academy while graduating summa cum laude with special honors. During his free time, Mr. Ulan works to remain on top of current economic and political events by reading the business section of The New York Times, Business Week, The Economist, and the Wall Street Journal. He also receives daily inspiration from national business leaders by tracking their developments and reading their books. Ted Ulan derives great pleasure from collecting American-made “muscle cars” and is actively involved in his church.