Are you an international family living in the United States with a student looking to attend college in America, then this webinar is for you! We have assembled a panel of experts to discuss college selection, testing, admissions and ultimately—how to pay for it! You won’t want to miss this information-rich webinar hosted by Brock Jolly, Founder of The College Funding Coach®, and featuring a panel of experts, including:
Kerri Medina, Director of College Counseling @ International College Counselors. For over 20 years, as a former College Assistance Program (CAP) advisor with the Miami-Dade County (FL) Public Schools and now as an independent educational consultant, Kerri has helped students gain admission to undergraduate and graduate schools and navigated many of the challenges surrounding international admissions and financial aid. The breadth of her experience makes her a highly desirable resource for students and their families who have the determination to find a good fit at the best possible college. Kerri is fluent in Spanish.
Zaina Bankwalla, Advisor @ The College Funding Coach. Prior to joining The College Funding Coach, Zaina worked for the United Nations Federal Credit Union, where she assisted many international families holding G-4 Visas navigate the world of financial planning and identifying customized strategies that these families could use. As the parent of one current and one college-bound student, she is in the trenches with many of the College Funding Coach families with whom she does planning. Originally from Karachi, Pakistan, Zaina received an MBA in Finance from the Institute of Business Administration. She is fluent in Urdu, Hindi, and Gujrati.
Theresa White, Advisor @ The College Funding Coach. Born in the Philippines, and having grown up near Houston, Texas, Theresa’s parents instilled the importance of a good education, hard work, and “saving for a rainy day” in her and her four sisters. She attended Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Virginia, graduating with distinction and earning a double major in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems as well as a minor in Economics. Over the years, Theresa has developed a unique niche in college planning for families with A, F-2 and H-1B visas. Theresa knows a little bit of a lot of languages!