Dena Glaeser Joins College Ave Student Loans as Chief Legal Officer

(Wilmington, DE) March 2, 2020 – College Ave Student Loans announced today that Dena Glaeser joins as Chief Legal Officer. Glaeser will report to Joe DePaulo, CEO and Co-Founder of College Ave Student Loans, and will serve on College Ave’s executive leadership team.

“We are thrilled to welcome Dena to our team. Through her incredible legal background in fintech, consumer lending, retail banking and student loans, Dena brings deep industry expertise to our company. Her leadership will be invaluable as we continue to grow in higher education financing,” said Joe DePaulo, CEO and Co-Founder of College Ave Student Loans.

“College Ave is on the forefront of higher education financing, and I am honored to join such a strong team and company,” said Dena Glaeser. “Student lending is a dynamic industry, and I’m excited to help College Ave continue on its trajectory of growth.”

Prior to College Ave, Glaeser served as the Fintech & Digital Banking attorney for Fifth Third Bank, N.A., specializing in fintech-bank partnerships, consumer lending and retail banking. She has a breadth of consumer legal experience in student loan and mortgage lending, including several years as a litigator. Glaeser is an MBA candidate at John Hopkins University. She earned her law degree from Temple University and bachelor’s degree at Penn State University.

About College Ave Student Loans

College Ave Student Loans is simplifying the student loan experience so students can get on with what matters most: preparing for a bright future. As a fintech lending company with a sole focus on private student loans, we’re using technology and our deep industry expertise to connect families who need to cover education costs. By specializing in student loans, we are able to give customers the attention they deserve and deliver loans that are simple, clear, and personalized for the individual. Visit:

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