The New York Statewide Default Prevention Project

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Useful Contacts

Below you can find contact information for members of the Project Advisory Team. As you will see, there is representation on the team from your school’s sector. Please contact any of the project team members if you have questions about this project, about default prevention, or if your school would like to take a more active role in Project Advisory Team activities.

J. Scott Atkinson
SUNY Brockport Enrollment Management, FAD

John Austin
Cindy Battle
Director, Direct Loan Servicing
CariAnne Behr
Project Manager, Mapping Your Future
Dave Canaski
NYSFAAA President
George Chin
CUNY Administration
212-290-5700 or 315-255-1977
John Curtice
SUNY System FA and Enrollment Management
Howard Entin
CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College
Brian Ghanoo
Warren Hoffman
SUNY FA Administration Association
Clement LaPietra
Monroe College FAD
718-933-6700 x8505
Doug Lukasik
Broome CC Binghamton
607-778-5217 x5028
Eileen Marcy
FSA Default Prevention
Judy Miladin
Cayuga CC, NYSFAAA Past President
Eileen Muhlig
USA Funds Services
Susan Nesbitt Perez
VP, Outreach and FA Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities
518-436-4781 x30
John Pierson
FSA Default Prevention

Dan Tramuta
SUNY Fredonia Enrollment Management and FAD


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