Women’s Power Networking: Credit/Identity Theft
May 31 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pmFree
Join speakers Paul Campisi, Marie Pedraza, and Sunhee Jun for this workshop on the basics of credit and how to protect yourself from identity theft. As always, there will also be free food and plenty of opportunities to network! Please note that this event is in a different location and at a different time from usual.
About the Speakers
Paul Campisi has worked at multiple financial institutions holding various roles in Commercial Lending, Relationship Management, and Credit Support. He currently oversees Underwriting and Operations for three businesses – Small Business ($500,000 and below), Partner Loans, and Securities Based Lending (SBL). Over the years, Paul has served on several not for profit organization boards including The Westchester County Bankers Association where he served as President in 2004/2005. Paul has been involved with the Boy Scouts of America for over 35 years. He is a Graduate of Queens College and holds a BA in Accounting and Economics and an MS in Management and Professional Studies. Paul resides in White Plains, NY with his wife Jeanmarie.
Maria Pedraza manages partnerships with nonprofit organizations serving low to moderate income households and communities whose mission includes the creation and preservation of affordable housing, foreclosure prevention, personal financial education, technical assistance and financing for entrepreneurs and small businesses. She serves on the Boards of the New York Mortgage Coalition, Neighborhood Housing Services of Jamaica, and the Advisory Board of Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City.
Marie holds a BA in Political Science from CUNY. She was born in Bogotá, Colombia is fluent in Spanish and resides in Queens.
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