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Innovative Finance Developments: Adult Promise Programs and Income-Share Agreements
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 Export to Your Calendar 1/23/2020
When: Thursday, January 23, 2020
12PM - 1PM (MT)
Where: Webinar
United States
Contact: Maggie Brubaker
303-442-2524


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Innovative Finance Developments:
Adult Promise Programs and Income-Share Agreements

Description

Scholarship providers operate in a complex landscape where financial aid and other supports for students are needed more than ever. But what are the actual dimensions of student need today? How are states and public institutions responding? And how can scholarship providers have the greatest impact? This session will begin with an overview of the most current research on student need, including a special focus on students of color, adults, debt, and costs beyond tuition. Presenters will then provide a detailed look at innovative state and institutional practices to meet student financial needs and encourage completion.

Presenters







Terri Taylor
Strategy Director for Postsecondary Finance
Lumina Foundation

 


Courtney H. McBeth 
Special Assistant to the President
University of Utah

 


Presenter Bios
Terri Taylor is the strategy director for postsecondary finance, based in Lumina’s Washington, D.C., office. Under her leadership, Lumina’s postsecondary finance work aims to illuminate and address the many facets of financial need, especially for adult learners and students of color, through innovative approaches through work with states, postsecondary providers, students, advocates, and other experts. She also works on student-centered approaches to quality assurance. Terri earned a B.A., with distinction, in American studies and religious studies from the University of Virginia and a J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. She served as a Peace Corps Volunteer teaching English as a second language in Kyrgyzstan.

Dr. Courtney H. McBeth, Ed.D. is special assistant to University of Utah President Ruth Watkins. Dr. McBeth leads a campus-wide team that has raised a $6 million fund and developed the U’s “Invest in U” income share agreement program. She also manages the university’s strategic refresh planning and other presidential initiatives. She is an experienced higher education leader with a demonstrated history of building programs, curriculum, and community and working across disciplines and sectors in domestic and international settings. She is an adjunct professor in the Eccles School of Business and received her doctorate in higher education management from the University of Pennsylvania and master’s and undergraduate degrees from the University of Utah.

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