Experian executive accepts term as nonprofit organization Trustee
ORLANDO, Fla., March 18, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Maxine Sweet, vice president of corporate relations for Experian/North America, will join the InCharge Debt Solutions Board of Trustees for a two-year term, it was announced today. Ms. Sweet leads Experian's public education, community involvement and corporate responsibility efforts and brings more than 30 years of financial education to her new leadership role.
In addition to her duties with Experian, Ms. Sweet is the editor of Ask Max, a financial education advice column that strives to help consumers understand credit reporting and how to use credit wisely. Her diverse background will be a great benefit to InCharge's efforts to expand its financial literacy programs.
InCharge Debt Solutions, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, provides free credit counseling and housing counseling services to consumers and servicemembers in need of financial literacy education, money management guidance, and help finding the right debt solution for their specific situation.
For more information, contact InCharge Debt Solutions:
- For credit counseling, call 877-486-4924.
- For housing counseling services, call 877-251-1882.
- For servicemembers, call 877-258-9549.
- or visit us online at www.InCharge.org
About InCharge® Debt Solutions
InCharge® Debt Solutions, Inc., is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization specializing in personal finance education, housing counseling and credit counseling. Founded in 1997, InCharge interacted with over 1.2 million consumers in 2010 alone. InCharge is affiliated with InCharge® Education Foundation, Inc. (ICEF) which is dedicated to providing educational products, services and research supporting the personal financial literacy of consumers across America. ICEF also provides financial literacy training to servicemembers and their families through MilitaryMoney.com. InCharge is a member of the Association of Independent Consumer Credit Counseling Agencies (AICCCA) and is accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA).
SOURCE InCharge Debt Solutions