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5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Chicago Campus, Community Hall
A panel of recent Adler School graduates discuss their personal experiences in dealing with debt and loan repayment post-graduation. Patrick Well's of the Adler School Office of Financial Aid will complete the event by providing tips and strategies on how to manage debt and loan repayment.
The panelists are:
Jon Rosenfield, MAC '11. Jon currently works as a career counselor for Loyola University Chicago, and has recently consolidated and negotiated his loan debt.
Nadia Jackson, Psy.D. '03. Nadia currently works at Haymarket Center and is starting a private practice. A number of her loans were
private, providing an interesting perspective. Additionally, she can speak to the extraordinary efforts some graduates have to make to repay loans.
Angela Adams Ali M.A.F. '09. Angela has a BBA in finance and worked in the corproate sector before pursing her master's degree at the Adler School. She is also completing her Ph.D. in Organizational Psychology, and is in the process of starting her own consulting business.
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6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Michael Schulz, Fire and Explosion Investigator and Program Director of the Adler School Master of Arts in Emergency Management Leadership program, will discuss emerging trends in the ever changing landscape of Emergency Management. Please RSVP here.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Dr. Doug Craig, Clinical Psychologist and former Chicago Police Officer, will discuss police psychology within the realm of Forensic Psychology. Please RSVP here.