As American Debt Counseling, Inc.’s (ADC) Director of Community Development & Education, with more than a decade of experience working in the financial industry, Courtney Cordero is dedicated to educating the community on financial literacy.
Courtney’s expertise has led to a full range of financial educational programs assisting and educating consumers on a large spectrum of financial matters. In 2001, Courtney started her career in the debt relief industry as a Certified Credit Counselor. Courtney assumed the responsibility of working daily with clients and creditors.
In 2003, Courtney launched the financial outreach programs for a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, which included seminars, newsletters and developed an educational website. This built strong, ongoing relationships within the community, including Salvation Army, rehabilitation centers, school districts and various other organizations.
Courtney’s extensive knowledge of the debt relief industry, including counseling and budgeting, allows her to develop ongoing financial educational programs and workshops to benefit consumers. As a working mother, Courtney realizes the importance of teaching the youth the fundamentals of personal money management, and how future generations will impact society.
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