Ce Cole Dillon
Ce Cole Dillon is Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer (COO) at Student Loan 411 LLC. Her mission is to help student loan borrowers better understand their student loans so that they can have repayment options that allow them to pay for their lives and not just their student loans.
Ce was previously the Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Chicago State University and she worked over 25 years in the Silicon Valley for technology companies in domestic and global positions. She has worked as a trial lawyer, corporate counsel, technical instructor and senior global business manager in technical education for leading firms, including Oracle Corporation.
Ce is a member of the National Speakers Association, Women Tech Founders (WTF), and Northwestern University Council of 100. She has presented to audiences, large and small for customers as diverse as Accenture, HP, and Genentech. As a public speaker, Ce has presented as a speaker for: Black Women’s Expo, Chicago; Ms. Tech, City Year, Chicago; DFree Conference (NJ); Founding About the Author Moms; Technology Summit, CSU, College of Education; Chicago Public Schools (CPS) Continuing education; Central Networks Scholarship luncheon; Bronzeville Scholastic Academy Graduation and Datacenter Dynamics. This year she will appear on a panel for the National Diversity Counsel 6th Annual Women’s Conference in Chicago.
Ce has also appeared on the Dorothy Tucker Show, WVON, Chicago, and participated in Public Affairs Radio as a co-host on the Bridge Builder’s program, and has had her own online show “Ce Says—Let’s Talk About It” on Blog Talk Radio.
Ce holds a BS Ed from Northwestern University and a JD from Santa Clara University. She is married, and lives in an historic home in Chicago. To find out more about Ce’s work and how you can improve your student loan situation, visit her company’s website at www. schoolloan411.com.
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What You Don't Know About Student Loans Can Hurt You
by Ce Cole Dillon
Did you know that student loans are not subject to normal consumer protections? If you get in over your head you can't go to bankruptcy court to discharge your loan. This text, written by student loan advisory professional Ce Cole Dillon, will help you navigate through different types of student loans and government programs to assist you if you're already in student loan trouble.
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