Student Loan Benefits: Identifying the Right Approach

 Date: On-Demand

Student loan debt is a heavy burden for many employees, but how can employers help? With so many options for approaches and programs, HR teams are challenged to find the right solution for their organization. What if there was a roadmap to help you navigate the choices and identify the best approach for your organization? Join our upcoming webinar for some clarity on a complex choice.

You’ll learn:

  • 3 approaches to designing student loan benefit programs
  • Pros and cons of each approach
  • Likely results, based on real-life case studies

Sponsored by:




   Sue Krause

   Director, Enterprise Solutions & Partnerships   

   Bright Horizons

For more than 15 years, Sue Krause has worked alongside business executives to develop and refine business process, technology, and corporate growth strategies. In her current role, Sue leads a consulting team which designs best-in-class education benefit programs and policies. This includes stakeholder needs assessments, industry and competitive benchmarking, the incorporation of best practices for student success and career advancement, and program partners that drive the right outcomes from the workforce education assistance programs. Prior to joining Bright Horizons, she spent more than a decade as an Accenture consultant. Her analysis and recommendations helped shape targeted investments in technology, process optimization, and people to gain competitive advantage.

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   Kathleen M. Quirk

   Director of Benefits   

   Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, Inc.

Katie is the Director of Benefits at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts having joined the organization in September of 2011.

She manages the design, implementation and compliance of all benefit programs and is responsible for recommending and modifying programs to create appropriate value to employees, control costs, improve program service levels and employee engagement. Prior to joining Blue Cross, Katie was a Retirement Principal at Mercer for over 20 years.

Katie received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mathematics from Regis College. She is a Certified Employee Benefits Specialist and is a member of the International Society of Certified Employee Benefit Specialists and the Greater Boston local chapter.