Debt Mitigation and Housing Stability Solutions

Presented by Money Management International, Administrator of Nevada 211

Tuesday, June 25, 2024
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
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Join us on June 25th at 2pm ET for an informative and in-depth discussion about the debt management solutions and housing stability options available to your clients through an accredited nonprofit partner organization. This webinar will be led by representatives from Money Management International (MMI), one of the largest nonprofit, HUD-approved housing, and credit counseling agencies in the United States – who is also the Administrator of Nevada 211. At a time when consumers are overwhelmed by the impact of long-term inflation, high interest rates, and a tight job market, many are burdened by heavy consumer debt, lack of affordable housing solutions, or are at increased risk of fraud and predatory practices. There are affordable, sustainable, nonprofit services and solutions available, that are far more effective and safer than some of the alternative, heavily marketed options. The MMI team will lead a discussion on our solutions – including the effectiveness of a debt management plan and the benefits of loss mitigation services and student loan debt counseling.

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Jackie Boies

Senior Director of Partner Relations

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Jackie Boies is Senior Director of Partner Relations at MMI, one of the largest HUD-approved national housing counseling intermediaries, where she has held a variety of leadership positions. She has over 40 years of credit, lending, and mortgage servicing experience, having worked in consumer lending prior to joining MMI. 

Jackie provides partner support for MMI’s housing-related relationships and supports operations leadership as a subject matter expert on counseling services related to reverse mortgage, foreclosure and eviction prevention, pre-purchase, disaster recovery and outreach.

Based in Louisiana, Jackie attended Northeast Louisiana University and the LSU Banking School.  She served six years on the board of directors for Habitat for Humanity, serving as the family selection chairperson.

A strong consumer advocate, Jackie works tirelessly to ensure that the programs under her purview are impactful, accessible, and attuned to the ever-changing needs of today’s consumer. As a leader aligned with MMI’s housing counseling services, she is especially interested in helping families achieve safe, stable, and affordable housing through effective education and timely interventions. 

Helene Raynaud

Senior Vice President, Housing Initiatives

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Helene Raynaud is MMI’s Senior Vice President of Housing Initiatives. In this role, she leads the development of new homeownership and financial capability partnerships and programs.

Prior to joining the MMI Team in 2023, Helene was the President and CEO of CCCSMD, a regional credit and housing counseling agency headquartered in Maryland, for eight years. During her tenure, CCCSMD significantly expanded its efforts in providing affordable homeownership opportunities to clients and became a National HUD Intermediary, overseeing a network of HUD-approved housing counseling agencies. From 2005-2015, Helene worked at the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) – the leading membership organization for accredited consumer credit counseling agencies. She has expertise in strategic planning, program and partnership development, and fundraising.

Helene recently served as Board Chair of The Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition (Economic Action Maryland), the only Maryland-based organization solely focused on improving the financial rights of working families, and served as Board Treasurer for the Cooperative Processing Resources (CPR), a global provider of counseling software solutions.

In her spare time, Helene enjoys camping and hiking with her two children.

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