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American College Adds Members to Veterans Affairs Advisory Board

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The American College of Financial Services — the school in charge of the Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU) professional designation — has added five members to its Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs Advisory Board.

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The school was founded in 1927 and is based in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. It created the 14-member veterans affairs advisory board in 2012, in an effort to meet the needs of veterans and their spouses.

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The new advisory board members are:

  • Charles Cronin III, vice president for advancement at the American College, who previously worked for Provident Mutual and for eMoney Advisor.
  • Tracey Jones, president of Tremendous Leadership, a U.S. Air Force Academy alumna, who served in the Gulf War.
  • Retired Rear Admiral Tom Lynch, who is chairman of NewDay USA, chairman of the U.S. Naval Academy Athletic and Scholarship Foundation, and a past president of the Union League of Philadelphia.
  • Sheri Rhoades, a vice president at the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, who has served in the U.S. Navy.
  • Danita Yetter, a military spouse and American College of Financial Services scholarship recipient, who earned the school’s Chartered Financial Consultant designation.

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