The pervious issue of Collection Advisor saw the presentation of the 25 Most Influential Women in Collections. Anyone who as ever attempted to assemble a list of superlatives knows it is a daunting task that can never truly be complete. In light of such a truth, Collection Advisor would like to present an addition to the Most Influential Women in Collections.
The following women, like those mentioned in the pervious issue, work toward the perfection of debt collection, improvement of the industry and the promotion of compliance education. Evidence of this ongoing influence can be found in collection agencies, law firms, presentations at trade shows and their proactive efforts in trade organizations. The following Most Influential Women in Collections answer the question, “What opportunities has collections offered you?”
President and CEO | ECMC
“My role allows me to help students become financially literate, repay their student loans, and lead healthy fi nancial lives that contribute to our country’s economy.
Sr. Director of Association Services | ACA International
Executive Director | IACC
"I have had the tremendously rewarding opportunity to strengthen the industry by bringing collection professionals together for education, collaboration, innovation and sharing of best practices.”
Owner/Member | Borges & Associates, LLC
"During my 37 years specializing in creditors' rights, I have had the opportunity to assist corporate creditors in the collection of their outstanding receivables and protect their rights in bankruptcy matters through resolution or litigation.”