Journal of Student Financial Aid Announces Rising Professionals Editorial Board Inaugural Cohort

The Journal of Student Financial Aid is pleased to announce the inaugural cohort of the Rising Professionals Editorial Board. This new board brings together a diverse group of talented early-career financial aid administrators, policy analysts, and doctoral students who will aid in the development and advancement of the Journal and NASFAA’s mission to bridge financial aid research and practice. Board members will engage in article reviews, assist in Journal planning efforts, network with Editorial Board members, and write book reviews. Their expertise and experiences will be a valuable addition to the editorial team. Congratulations to the inaugural cohort:

  • Matthew Berry, Doctoral student (University of Louisville)
  • Valerie Culler, Director of Financial Aid (Monroe County Community College)
  • Paul Dieken, Senior Associate Director (University of Southern California)
  • Allyson Flaster, Doctoral student (University of Michigan)
  • Shannon Franklin, Doctoral student (Vanderbilt University)
  • Mark Huelsman, Research Analyst (Institute for Higher Education Policy)
  • Mark Justice, Financial Aid Counselor and Work-Study Coordinator (Stetson University)
  • Vandeen McKenzie, Director of Financial Aid (New Mexico State University – Alamogordo)
  • Jose Munoz, Doctoral student (University of Missouri)
  • Amanda Rutherford, Doctoral student (Texas A&M University)

 

Publication Date: 6/18/2013


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