GAINESVILLE, FL. (EEF News) – Nasseeka Denis has agreed to join The Education Equalizer Foundation as Program Manager. “I enjoy helping kids pay for college. It’s an opportunity to support them to relieve a burden that I and others had to experience. It is also about helping their family not worry how they will pay for their student’s education.” Nasseka brings a wealth of experience to help students afford college. She has worked at The University of Florida Lastinger Center for Learning as a Family and Community Engagement Specialist, at Santa Fe College as the Financial Literacy Admissions Specialist, I AM STEP Camp as the On-Site Director, and University of Florida Office of Academic Success, as the TRiO Student Success Coach. Nasseeka is a two-time University of Florida graduate with a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology and African American Studies and a master’s degree in Family, Youth, and Community Sciences from the University of Florida.
“I am so very proud of The Education Equalizer Foundation’s work. Nasseeka is the best, and I was excited to see that she is working with them,” said Sharon Austin, EEF Parent. Nasseeka Denis is the Post-Secondary Coordinator at Aces In Motion. In her role, she focuses on strengthening positive outcomes for AIM alumni. Nasseeka also works as an Independent College Advisor, assisting students and families in understanding the college application process, searching for scholarships, and transitioning from two to four-year institutions.
In this role, Nasseeka will continue to assist college-going seniors and current college students with applying for scholarships. “It’s not a secret that I owe significant money from student loan debt. It’s my mission to help students avoid this from happening to them,” said Denis.
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The Education Equalizer Foundation works with middle through high school students and their families to demystify the college admittance process and provide scholars with the necessary tools to graduate.
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