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This profile was last updated on 11/4/14  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Ms. Judy Sorensen

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Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • law degree
    Cooley Law School
  • Bachelor of Arts
    St. Mary's Notre Dame
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"Failing to review your existing benefits ..., 4 Nov 2014 [cached]
"Failing to review your existing benefits and evaluate all your other healthcare options could cause you to pay hundreds or even thousands of dollars in medical bills if you're not careful," says Judy Sorensen, president of the Association of Credit Counseling Professionals, ACCPros.
According to the Kaiser Family Foundation's 2014 Employer Health Benefits Survey, the annual premiums for employer-sponsored family health coverage hit $16,834 in 2014. That's up 3% from year-ago levels, and workers on average are now paying $4,823 towards the cost of their coverage.
So Sorensen and the experts from ACCPros suggest the following four steps to take during open enrollment season in order to lower healthcare bills and avoid medical debt.
asks Sorensen.
Consumer Credit and Budget Counseling d/b/a National Foundation for Debt Management - Our Team, 4 July 2014 [cached]
Judy Sorensen is Vice President of National Foundation for Debt Management, Inc. In addition to her 10 years' experience in the field of financial education and counseling, she also has experience in the residential mortgage industry having held various positions in retail loan production and legal/regulatory divisions. A 1991 graduate of Thomas Cooley Law School, Ms. Sorensen is a member of the Virginia State Bar. In addition, she is admitted to practice before the DC Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Virginia. She has extensive public speaking experience and is also the President of the Association of Credit Counseling Professionals.
Contact | Association of Credit Counseling Professionals, 29 July 2014 [cached]
Judy Sorensen, President Consumer Credit and Budget Counseling D/B/A National Foundation for Debt Management
NFDM, 30 April 2007 [cached]
Judith R. Sorensen, Chief Compliance Officer
Education Department
Judith R. Sorensen, Chief Compliance Officer
As the Chief Compliance Officer for National Foundation for Debt Management, Ms. Sorensen is responsible for supervising all company legal activities and providing advice on all corporate matters.In addition, she is responsible for making recommendations regarding all long-range compliance matters and for helping to establish company-wide administrative objectives, policies, programs and practices.
She also oversees the safety and soundness of internal quality policy and company regulatory policy to ensure all company operations comply with applicable laws and regulations.
Ms. Sorensen is a member of the American Bar Association, the District of Columbia Bar, the Virginia State Bar, and the Florida Bar.In addition, she is the Chair of the American Association of Debt Management Organizations (AADMO) Creditor Relations Committee and a member of both the AADMO Industry Advisor Board and the AADMO Scholarship Fund Board.
"The list of financial abuses that ..., 2 May 2014 [cached]
"The list of financial abuses that military families face is downright appalling," says Judy Sorensen, president of theAssociation of Credit Counseling Professionals, ACCPros. "On a daily basis, many deal with harassing phone calls from debt collectors, predatory lending traps and wrongful foreclosures on their homes, not to mention widespread problems with student loans. This is the last thing our service men and women need after they've been out fighting for our safety and freedoms."
To help combat these problems, Sorensen and the experts at ACCPros offer four tips to military members facing financial difficulties, especially with student loans.
Tip#1: Know your legal rights
"Part of the problem is that many U.S. servicemembers simply don't know that they have various military protections to help them in areas such as their mortgages and student loans," says Sorensen.
So Sorensen urges military members to report wrongful doing to the authorities, like the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
"Statistics show that four out of 10 U.S. service men and women are now repaying student loans, and the average amount borrowed is about $26,000, so this is a major issue that must be addressed," Sorensen says.
So if you qualify for loan cancellation, Sorensen suggests supplying a copy of your DD214 (discharge form) and a letter requesting a discharge to your loan servicer.
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