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- Henry Urrick interim associate director,the Office of Student Financial Services at the University of Texas at Austin
- Gail Holt senior associate director of student financial services at Mt. Holyoke College; president elect of the Massachusetts Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
- Harris Miller CEO and president, Career College Association
- Doug Lederman editor and founder, Inside Higher Ed
- Michael Dannenberg senior fellow at the New America Foundation, where he founded the Education Policy Program and its blog: HigherEdWatch.org
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