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The 1.5 Trillion Problem Weighing on Your Clients’ Employees: Student Loan Debt
February 21, 2019 @ 11:30 am - 1:30 pm
Our featured speaker will discuss current market challenges in attracting & retaining talent and the effect of student loan debt on companies bottom line.
Gradifi started with the simple belief that they could not sit idly by as 40 million of you were in the grip of one of the biggest financial stressors of our age. Student debt. In response, they formed a company made up of some of the industry’s most experienced professionals to help people break the stranglehold that the financial costs of education have on people every day.
Today, Gradifi is leading the way in providing innovative financial benefits that empower employers to help their people work toward brighter financial futures with contributions to their student loans, options to refinance their loans and help to create nest eggs for their children’s educational futures.
As employers have raised their hands to help, our team has grown, yet we remain as dedicated to hard work and service as the people we serve. We remain grounded in the pillars that have led companies large and small to choose Gradifi to build the engaged and loyal workforce that will empower their futures.
Meet Our Speaker
Director of Sales
Curtis has spent over 15 years in sales and leadership positions in the Human Capital space, working with a broad range of clientele from Small Business to Large Enterprise. Most recently, Curtis served as Director of Sales for TriNet, leading a team working with Technology clients and developing customized HR & Benefits solutions. Curtis lives in Livermore, CA with his wife, son and daughter.
When not at work, you can usually find Curtis cheering for his kids on the soccer field, on his road bike or taking in a Giants game in San Francisco.
Thursday, February 21, 2019
Handlery Hotel | 950 Hotel Circle North | San Diego 92108
Registration: 11:30 AM | SDAHU Business: 12N
Cost to Attend: Member or First-Time Guest: $20 | Non-Member: $45
Prices go up $25 after February 18th