The book covers information on college savings plans, budgeting tips while in college, advice on how to talk finance with teens, and the real deal on college loans.
Our experts will focus on giving you and your college bound student the information needed to secure grants and loans and minimize debt.
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About the Author
EVP of Corporate Relations, Student Funding Group (StuFund)-
The first minority business enterprise in the student loan origination space
Managing Director of StuFund Knowledge Center -
A marketing arm of StuFund that focuses on college advisement
Bachelor's from Princeton University
2 masters in school psychology
Doctorate in Clinical psychology from Rutgers Graduate School of Applied and Professional Psychology with specialization in Child Psychology and Family Therapy
Donna has worked for over 30 years with young people and their families in Special Education, Residential and Psychiatric Treatment, Outpatient Community Mental Health and Consultation to Head Start programs and School Districts in New Jersey. She currently advises families with college admissions and financing. She has been a strong advocate for children and their families and is passionate in her belief that higher education must be accessible to all individuals. She believes that a college education has the potential to transform one's life and future prospects.
As far as community work, Donna is currently Chair of Princeton's Alumni Schools Committee in Central NJ. She has been active in this effort for over 30 years as well as serving on the board of ABPA, Princeton Alumni Council and numerous years as a mentor for college students at Princeton. In addition, she is currently Vice Chair of Planned Parenthood of Greater, Northern NJ, and has served on a number of community boards including CAAP of Westfield, Westfield Neighborhood Council and Westfield Adult School. She is also a member of NACAC, National Association of College Admissions Counselors.