Board of Directors & Advisory Boards

SMMC Board of Directors

Ms. Marlene Beyke Director of Administration
ASUN
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dr. Rich Bischoff Chairperson
Child, Youth & Family Studies
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dr. Juan Franco Vice Chancellor
Student Affairs
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dr. Kathleen Prochaska-Cue Emeritus Professor
Child, Youth & Family Studies
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Mr. Eric Reznicek ASUN
President
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Ms. Deana Unger Associate Director
Scholarships & Financial Aid
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

SMMC University & Community Advisory Board Members

Mr. Tom Allison Assistant Director
Career Services
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Dr. Tim Alvarez Assistant Vice Chancellor
Student Affairs
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Mr. Ron Burke Director
Housing Dining Services
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Ms. Jennifer Davidson Programs & Development
Nebraska Council Economic Education
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Mr. Pat McBride Associate Dean
Admissions
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Ms. Dena Noe Marketing Manager University Federal Credit Union
Ms. Sue Ostrander Project Coordinator
NCard
University of Nebraska-Lincoln

University & Community Advisory Board Objectives

The objectives of the University of Nebraska - Lincoln Student Money Management Advisory Board include:

Program Curriculum

The Advisory board will focus on providing insight into financial topics, program curriculum, and educational resources that are critical to college students.

Community/Public Relations

The Advisory board will assist in the development of community relations and help build awareness of the UNL Student Money Management Center, and create opportunities for further collaborations and partnerships.

Program Evaluation

The Advisory board will provide recommendations for program improvements.


Student Advisory Board Objectives

The objectives of the University of Nebraska - Lincoln Student Money Management Advisory Board include:

Program Development and Improvement

The Student Advisory board will advise SMMC representatives on plans for the following semester, including workshops, events, educational resources, and other program plans. The Advisory board will provide suggestions and recommendations for program improvements.

Financial Education Resources

The Student Advisory board will provide insight into financial topics, program curriculum, and educational resources that are critical to college students.

Community/Public Relations

The Student Advisory board will assist in the development of community relations and help build awareness of the UNL Student Money Management Center, and create opportunities for further collaborations and partnerships.

Assist with SMMC Activities as Needed

The Student Advisory board will assist with publicity events, financial education events, and other program activities as their schedules permit.