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Deb Schreiber

Executive Consultant

Deb Schreiber, Executive ConsultantAs a Ruffalo Noel Levitz consultant, Deb Schreiber offers more than 30 years of experience in higher education. She helps campuses use strategic financial aid management and predictive modeling to achieve their enrollment and revenue goals.

Ms. Schreiber has consulted with more than 50 institutions, assisting them with enrollment growth, shaping, increasing net revenue, raising academic profiles, and increasing diversity. Her client campuses include University of California Riverside, Fresno Pacific University (CA), Indiana Tech, Salisbury University (MD), Simmons College (MA), and Notre Dame de Namur University (CA), among others.

An excellent speaker and writer, Ms. Schreiber also served as a writer and educational consultant before coming to Ruffalo Noel Levitz, working on projects for Syracuse University (NY), Keuka College (NY), ACT, and many other clients.

Previous campus experience

Ms. Schreiber served in several financial aid positions at Keuka College, most recently as financial aid director. She managed all aspects of the college's financial aid operation, including packaging, verification, and compliance assessment. She was also the director of federal and state programs at Penn State University Park (PA). There she was responsible for the administration of federal, state, and institutional financial aid programs exceeding more than 140 million dollars. Ms. Schreiber served as director of financial services at ACT as well, supervising the company's financial aid services in eastern region states.

Publications, awards and education

Ms. Schreiber is the author of Your Children, Our Future: A Practical Guide for Helping Your Children to Find and Follow Their Dreams. She received the Father Joseph Dunne Service Award from the New York State Financial Aid Administrators Association.

Ms. Schreiber is a graduate of Oglethorpe University (GA).

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