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Frankie Everett Presents at Financial Aid Conference

Frankie Everett, financial aid associate director, gave a presentation on the financial aid disclosure "shopping sheet" at the PowerFaids National Users Conference in Las Vegas in July 2013.

The financial aid shopping sheet, developed by the U.S. Department of Education in conjunction with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, was designed to provide students with an improved comparison tool when making a college enrollment decision.

Frankie Everett is an active member of Oregon Association of Financial Aid Administrators, currently serving as the fund development chair. In this role, she develops and maintains relationships with members of the lending community and other financial aid-related businesses active in Oregon to attract funding. Everett is the associate director of the Office of Financial Aid at Marylhurst University.

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