The College Money Matters Team
Board of Directors
Founder and Executive Director of College Money Matters
Nancy Goodman is the founder and executive director of College Money Matters. She retired from Citibank after 31 years as a Vice President in a variety of divisions. While mentoring some high school students, she became aware of, and infuriated by, the complexity of the college financing process. She started College Money Matters to provide clear and unbiased information to high school students and their parents.
Rodd D. Berro
Co-President and Owner of Pegasus Asset Management, Inc.
Rodd D. Berro is co-President and owner of Pegasus Asset Management, Inc., a Registered Investment Advisory Firm (RIA) based in Montebello, NY. He has been with Pegasus for over 30 years, and has held the designation of Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) since 1995. Rodd is active in a number of non-profit organizations.
Sharon E. Des Jarlais
Financial Analyst and Consultant
Sharon E. Des Jarlais retired from American Express (AMEX) after serving for almost 20 years as a vice president in various capacities including accounting, reporting, financial systems, policies and procedures, internal control and compliance, and management of AMEX’s ATM business. She has a strong background in financial consulting/analysis, management, and process improvement based on 30+ years of CPA and financial management experience.
Founder and managing partner of Ingram Boccellari & Company
Lois Ingram is founder and managing partner of Ingram Boccellari & Company, a consulting firm that advises organizational leaders as they make such key transitions as repositionings, market expansions, mergers, brand evolutions, and reputational crises. The firm’s clients have included Fortune 100 companies as well as non-profits.
Software Analyst at Prometheus Research
Hilda Ramirez is a Software Analyst at Prometheus Research, an IQVIA business. She performs business and data analysis on health science data. Previously, she worked at a benefits consulting firm for 20 years. Born and raised in New York City to parents from the Dominican Republic, she is a first-generation college graduate that attended Columbia University for her Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science and Music, as well as for a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Pre-Medical Sciences. She has two daughters that are in middle school.
Financial aid advisor
Marcia Burkett recently retired from her position as the financial aid advisor at Mamaroneck High School in Mamaroneck, NY. She has worked collaboratively with school counselors and families to understand the financial aid process for college and its impact on students, and has volunteered with college access programs such as College Summit and has served as guest speaker for area high schools on College Financial Aid. Previously, she worked in college admissions and in Human Resources for Conde Nast Publications.
Nancy Goodman. She started College Money Matters to provide clear and unbiased information to high school students and their parents.