Account Control Technology Expands with Regional Sales Executives

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Latest Additions Improve Firm’s Capabilities within Education Collections

“Clients and potential clients now have local reps who are extremely well qualified to address their concerns and provide outstanding advice on student loan debt management, cohort default management, financial literacy and account collections.”

Account Control Technology, Inc. (ACT), a national leader in delivering debt management and recovery solutions, is pleased to announce the expansion of its sales team with the addition of regional account executives Joe Del Bene (Northeast), Chris Kenyon (Midwest), and Tess Underwood (Southeast). The new additions show the commitment ACT has for the educational market and will enable ACT to grow its already solid status as a subject matter expert for educational institutions and private loan lenders.

“We are pleased to expand our sales capabilities with such experienced and talented professionals,” said Lynn Heineman, vice president of sales for ACT. “Clients and potential clients now have local representatives who are extremely well qualified to address their concerns and provide outstanding advice on student loan debt management, cohort default management, financial literacy and account collections.”

The new sales staff complements ACT’s existing sales team, which includes Lynn Heineman as well as Ron Roonzani, director of business development, and Ian Ferguson, regional account executive. Ferguson will focus on assisting education clients in the southern U.S.

Joe Del Bene has more than 16 years of experience in consultative selling to institutions of higher education. Joe’s tenure includes assisting hundreds of institutions in the Northeast in educational lending and loan servicing. Most recently, he sold customizable financial literacy and debt management programs to colleges and universities. Joe began his career as a financial aid administrator, and he is an active member of several professional associations at the state, regional and national levels. He holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology from Pennsylvania State University.

Chris Kenyon has worked in higher education financing for more than 16 years. He was a financial aid assistant director for a university prior to concentrating in student loans and education financing. Most recently, Chris was engaged in solution-focused sales of customized financial literacy and debt management programs for colleges and universities across the Midwest. He holds a master’s degree in education-community counseling from the University of Akron in Ohio.

Tess Underwood has served the higher education community in the Southeast for more than 17 years. She was a financial advisor and assistant director of debt management for Emory University before taking a debt counseling role at the Art Institute of Atlanta. After that, Tess had a highly successful five-year tenure as a regional account executive with Sallie Mae. She also has experience as an associate director of admissions for South University, and she most recently was an account manager with Campus Management Corporation. Tess holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and business administration from Georgia State University.

Account Control Technology, Inc. (ACT) is recognized as one of the 5000 fastest-growing private companies by Inc. magazine and is a national leader in debt management solutions for education, government, and consumer entities. ACT is a private corporation, wholly-owned by its original founders, and has four office locations: Canoga Park, California; Bakersfield, California; San Angelo, Texas; and Mason, Ohio. More information about the company can be found at http://www.accountcontrol.com.

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