I believe that we are in a moment of considerable opportunity to educate both employers and individual borrowers regarding their options
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (PRWEB) October 16, 2020
BenElevate LLC, a startup doing business as PSLFjobs and launching the only jobs platform and resource dedicated to student loan borrowers and forgiveness qualified employers, is excited to announce several additions to its management and advisory team.
- Alok Garg joins PSLFjobs as Chief Technology Officer. Alok is a senior level business and IT executive with over 15 years of experience. In addition to his impressive credentials as an operating executive, Alok is an accomplished thought leader regarding the implementation of technology to drive growth.
- Nick Watts joins PSLFjobs as Director of Client Success. Nick has proven himself in multiple sales and business development roles, most recently in the successful launch of an outdoor and adventure travel job board. Nick is a graduate of Florida State University.
- David Johnson joins PSLFjobs as a member of the Board of Advisors. David is the founder and managing partner of Abraxas Group, a boutique advisory firm focused on providing interim leadership to middle market companies in transition. David has served as a c-level interim executive for many companies and is also a thought leader on the topics of business transformation, change management and value creation, with multiple articles and speaking engagements to his credit.
BenElevate founder and CEO Jason DiLorenzo, speaking of his nascent team, noted:
“Student debt has been acknowledged as a growing problem for years, but as we all wrestle with the implications of the current economic downturn, I believe that we are in a moment of considerable opportunity to educate both employers and individual borrowers regarding their options. Sunlight is the best disinfectant, and at PSLFjobs we are looking to provide sunlight into one of the dark corners of the personal finance and simplicity to qualified employers in a complex marketplace.”