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PSNC 2020: Opening Remarks, Addressing Employees’ Student Loan Debt

Wed, Sep 23, 2020 · 10:55 AM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

Plan sponsors are recognizing that many employees have student loan debt that is causing financial stress and getting in the way of saving for retirement, and they are finding ways to help employees with this. Learn why helping with student loan debt can improve retirement savings outcomes and how to help.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
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Vice President, Talent Management,
Kelly Mutuc is the Vice President Talent Management for Novaspect, Inc. She has helped Novaspect triple in size since joining the organization in 2008. Before coming to Novaspect, Kelly worked in various sales, management and HR positions in the retail, non-profit, and healthcare industries. Kelly holds a B.S. degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia and a Master’s Degree from DePaul University.
Kelly is a mother of two boys, ages 4 and 6, who take up most of her time. She also enjoys watching and playing sports, and her favorite teams are the St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Bears and she cheers on both the Mizzou Tigers and Michigan Wolverines. She also enjoys traveling with her husband and sons whenever possible.
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VP and Head of Fidelity Student Debt Program, Workplace Emerging Products
VP and Head of Fidelity Student Debt Program, Workplace Emerging Products
Fidelity Investments
For over five years, Asha has led Fidelity’s Student Debt Program, pursuing the mission of tackling student debt from a variety of angles. Asha and her team have built a suite of employer-sponsored benefits and consumer-facing financial planning products, which are collectively accessible to over 20 million Fidelity customers nationwide. In addition to product development, Asha has brought thought leadership on the financial and emotional impacts of student debt to a variety of arenas, including the White House, the US Department of Education, the US Treasury, and Congress. She holds an MBA from the Rotman School at the University of Toronto, and an undergrad in Film from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University.
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Vice President, Product and Solutions Management
Barbara Rayll serves as Vice President, Product & Solutions Management, AIG Retirement Services. In her role, she has responsibility for developing new and innovative products, services and solutions for AIG’s growing client base. She also manages Retirement Services’ current product portfolio, and she leads the Offer and Deal Management functions, including the Request for Proposal team, focused on ensuring AIG Retirement Services brings compelling and competitive bids to our current and potential clients.

Prior to joining AIG, Barbara previously worked at Lincoln Financial, where she served as an Assistant Vice President in Lincoln's Retirement Plan business. In her nearly 15-year tenure at Lincoln, Barbara held various roles of increasing responsibility focused on cultivating comprehensive and competitive product lineups.

Barbara graduated from Boston College and holds the LOMA designation Associate, Annuity Products & Administration (AAPA) and American Bankers Association Certified IRA Services Professional (CISP) designation. She is a course reviewer for LIMRA/LOMA Fellow, Secure Retirement Institute (FSRI) designation. She holds FINRA Series 7 and 24 registrations.

Barbara is active in the community and serves as a Big Brother Big Sisters mentor, and supporter of the Alzheimer’s Association. She is also an avid amateur tennis player.
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Managing Editor, PLANADVISER.com
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Executive Director, ISS Media
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Managing Editor Digital, PLANSPONSOR.com
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