Speakers Bureau - Jodie Okun

University of Redlands Speakers Bureau Highlights Jodie Okun

Alumna Jodie Okun presents Mompreneurs: Starting Your Own Business

REDLANDS, March 11, 2013 – The University of Redlands Torrance location will host College Financial Aid Advisors founder and Alumna Jodie Okun on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 from 6-7:30 p.m. as she presents Mompreneurs: Starting our Own Business:

  • Building a business based on your passions
  • Constructing your business plan
  • Finding a mentor 
  • Embracing social media to grow your business

Jodi Okun attended the University of Redlands completing a Bachelor of Science in Business degree in 2011. Okun founded College Financial Aid Advisors (CFAA) to provide a one-on-one service for parents who seek financial aid for their children’s higher education. She began her business while working at Occidental College. Okun’s business incorporates a social media component including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Google Plus and a Twitter Chat, #CollegeCash on Thursday nights 7:00 pm PST. This year CFAA partnered with College-Bound App., which just launched as a free app to help eliminate the college stress by providing both students and parents with useful every day and up-to-the-minute information on and about the entire college process. CFAA has been featured in the Huffington Post Small Biz and Okun is a blog writer for the Huffington Post Money Section and College Section.

The event is free and open to the public.

WHATUniversity of Redlands Speakers Bureau

WHO: Jodi Okun, Alumna and founder of College Financial Aid Advisors

WHERE: University of Redlands, Torrance Location 
             19191 S. Vermont Ave, Ste. 450 Torrance, CA 90502

WHEN: Tuesday, March 26, 2013 from 6-7:30 p.m.
            Space is limited so please RSVP by March 21, 2013
            to or (310) 523-2727

Event Contact:
Debbie Similar

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