Draft cohort default rates for higher education institutions have been released, which inevitably causes many financial aid and default prevention professionals to stress. Sound familiar? If so, we invite you to change the way you think about draft season. Register for our webinar “Ignore the Draft! How To Improve Your CDR So Draft Season Isn’t Stress Season” to learn more.
Webinar Date: Thursday, March 10
Webinar Time: 11 a.m. CST
Webinar Duration: 30 minutes with 15 minutes of Q&A
Speakers: James Crone, Vice President of Partnerships at i3 Group, and Shann Grewal, Director of Operations at iontuition
This webinar explores a holistic approach to CDR management, from the time of enrollment throughout repayment.
Register now to:
- • Understand the current student loan default landscape
- • See how you can access your CDR on-demand
- • Improve communication outreach with students after they graduate
- • Learn short-term tactics and long-term strategies for maintaining a healthy CDR
About Jim Crone
Jim Crone is an accomplished business development professional with more than 28 years of experience in the accounts receivable industry. He has managed key client relationships and large scale projects in a variety of vertical markets including education, financial services, healthcare, telecommunications, and utilities. Over the course of his career, Jim has led numerous, successful project deployments by ensuring that client objectives and operational processes stay aligned from implementation throughout contract performance. Jim holds a B.S. in Marketing from the University of Dayton.
About Shann Grewal
Shann Grewal has worked to advance borrower services for more than a decade. As Director of Operations for Iontuition, Inc., Shann champions borrower-centric solutions via the iontuition.com platform and across parent company, Ceannate Corp, and its affiliates—FMS Investment Corp (Financial Management Systems); i3 Group, LLC; and AuthenticAID, Inc.
Shann earned an M.A. in New Media Studies from DePaul University and a B.A. in Journalism from Northern Illinois University.