Credit Counseling Blogger: Introducing Mechel Glass for CredAbility.org
Mechel Glass is the Director of Education for CredAbility. In this position, she is responsible for developing the curriculum and educational materials for online classes including webinars, podcasts, videos and listen-on-demand classes. She is responsible for managing the agency’s community outreach programs and staff, including financial education specialists in a 14-county area throughout metro Atlanta and north Georgia. She also manages the development and reporting of education partnerships online for the agency.
CredAbility is one of the leading nonprofit credit counseling and education agencies in the United States, serving clients in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, in both English and Spanish. In addition to providing 24/7 counseling via telephone and Internet, CredAbility offers in-person counseling at 28 office locations in five states across the southeast.
Founded in 1964, our certified counselors have helped millions of Americans find practical solutions to their personal financial challenges. We are committed to comprehensive, holistic counseling, taking the time to carefully assess a person’s finances, establish realistic goals, identify important resources, and provide a written action plan. All clients have access to follow-up support with our counselors, along with unlimited use of our online education and communication programs.
CredAbility’s services includes budget and credit, housing and pre-filing bankruptcy counseling, debt management plans, bankruptcy debtor education and a wide variety of financial education classes to educate and empower consumers to improve their financial well-being.
Any person can reach CredAbility for free by phone at 800.251.2227, or online at www.CredAbility.org.
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