IBMC’s Jacqueline Gresham Commended for 25 Years of Financial Aid Service

The Institute of Business and Medical Careers Congratulates Jacqueline Gresham, Regional Director of Student Financial Services, for 25 Years of Service to Students Seeking Financial Aid

On October 16, 2012, the Rocky Mountain Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (RMASFAA) invited members to its 2012 Annual Conference at Creighton University in Omaha, Nebraska.

IBMC, Jackie Gresham
CEO, Rich Laub and President, Steve Steele honor Jackie Gresham for her outstanding service.

Among the invited guests was IBMC’s Regional Director of Student Financial Services, Jacqueline (Jackie) Gresham. As an institution that values dedication and commitment to its students, IBMC was pleased to learn that Jackie Gresham has become a member of RMASFAA’s Quarter Century Club, recognizing her 25 years within the industry. Through her 25 years of service to students seeking financial aid, Jackie has made an impression in the lives of many and has become a treasured member of the IBMC staff.

Earlier this October, Jackie was also recognized by the Colorado Association of Career Colleges and Schools as a finalist for the Staff Member of the Year Award.

We congratulate Jackie on her incredible accomplishments and we look forward to many more years of her incomparable service!

About the Rocky Mountain Association of Student Financial Aid Administration (RMASFAA):

The RMASFAA exists primarily to promote professional preparation, leadership development, effectiveness, and mutual support of persons involved in student financial aid administration. In addition, RMASFAA exists to bring about the implementation of programs that will have a positive impact on students’ ability to pay for higher education.

To serve effectively the needs of its members, RMASFAA shall maintain a leadership role within the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) and provide professional support to the state associations within our region.

The Association shall serve as a forum for its members and act as a focus for the expression of views on matters relating to the development, funding, and administration of student financial aid.

In order to effectively meet the goals of its mission and the diverse and changing needs of the post-secondary educational community, RMASFAA seeks to maintain a spirit of cooperation and an approach which is flexible, equitable, and innovative.