In college, struck by the poverty around his ivy-decked campus, Ted started Moneythink to help even the odds for local students.
Nate is dedicated to creating greater opportunity through education. He’s thrilled to work at the intersection of technology and meaningful user problems, and is excited to be part of an unstoppable team that is addressing an issue of critical importance for America.
Mareko, an alumna from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, doesn’t believe a student’s zip code should determine their likelihood of success. She proudly serves with Moneythink to create more equitable access to college and financial success across communities.
A first-generation college graduate and second-generation Californian, Miesha’s passion for educational equity and closing the social, academic, and financial gaps for aspiring college students has led her to join the Moneythink team where she can contribute to the exciting expansion of the College Financial Success Program across the country.
Juan is a UC Berkeley Alum who lives and works out of the SF Bay area. Having experienced first hand the challenges facing first generation college students, he passionately works on connecting students to the college resources they deserve in order to create an equitable future for all students.
A Chicago native and Indiana University alum, Mike leads Moneythink's fundraising efforts, and partner and supporter engagement strategy, and is driven to help create greater equity in the education system. When not obsessing over how to better engage folks in our mission, he can be found playing soccer or riding his bike around Chicago.
Marcus is a University of Washington-Seattle Alum and has served two terms in an Americorps funded program called Public Allies. Being a first-generation college student, he understands the challenges of navigating the college finance system. He is driven by this identity to serve the ongoing generations of college bound students and to create a more equitable future.
Amy is obsessed with designing experiences that empower high school and college students to have more confidence, more money, and less stress.
Former Moneythink Mentor and Ole Miss Moneythink Chapter President, Ben is driven by Moneythink’s dedication to improving the landscape of financial education in areas of need.
Liz is delighted to engage in Moneythink's mission by leveraging technology to help students across the nation navigate the labyrinthine landscape of college financial decisions. She enjoys the magnificence of biking, the beauty of language, and the inevitability of transformation.
Stephanie is a UW-Madison Alumna and Chicago native. Knowing the difficult obstacles college finances can create for students of all backgrounds, she's passionate about Moneythink's work in helping students across the country achieve their dreams of higher education.