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The Student Financial Services Council is appointed by the NACUBO President. The principal charge of the SFSC is to advise the NACUBO President and staff on student financial services-related issues of concern to the association. The council supports the association's policy and advocacy goals by:

  • Identifying and relaying the informational needs of colleges and universities in the areas of legislation, regulations, process management, and programs and providing feedback on NACUBO's plans and efforts to meet those needs
  • Informing NACUBO of the specific needs of members for training, skill improvement, and other forms of professional growth and assisting in the development of strategies to meet those needs
  • Supporting the association's programming efforts through the involvement of volunteers from member institutions
  • Maintaining a network of members with expertise in student financial services

 

Council Members

Alisa Abadinsky (chair)
Associate Comptroller, Student Financial Services and Cashiering
University of Maryland

Christine Blakney
Managing Director of Student Business Services
Texas Tech University

Gayle Callahan
Director, Business Operations
Johnson County Community College

Loretta Chrzan-Williams
Director, Student Accounts
Monroe Community College

Brandon Cline-Taskey
Bursar
James Madison University

Chris Cook
Bursar
Vanderbilt University

Jay Harper
Bursar
Elon University

Anthony Humberger
Director, Student Accounts
Babson College

Michelle Marcano
Director of Student Accounts
Bryant University

Scott Salzman
Bursar
University of Dallas

Daphne Sampite
Assistant Controller and Bursar
Northwestern State University

Beth Welsh
Bursar
Augusta University

 

NACUBO Staff Liaison

Bryan Dickson
Assistant Director, Advocacy and Student Financial Services

Contact

Bryan Dickson

Director, Student Financial Services and Educational Programs

202.861.2505


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