Welcome New Members
We are pleased to welcome the following new members to the Workforce Diversity Network.
The Student Loan Corporation originates, holds and services federally insured student loans through a trust agreement with Citibank, N.A., an indirect wholly-owned subsidiary of Citigroup Inc.
The Student Loan Corporation is one of the nation’s leading originators and holders of student loans guaranteed under the Federal Family Education Loan Program, authorized by the Department of Education under the Federal Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (the Act). The Student Loan Corporation also holds student loans, including CitiAssist Loans that are originated under alternative programs and are not insured under the Act.
The Student Loan Corporation was incorporated in Delaware in November 1992 and commenced operations on December 22, 1992. Prior to that date, the Student Loan Corporation operated as a division of Citibank (New York State). Citibank, N.A. is the primary shareholder, with an ownership of 80% of the Student Loan Corporation’s outstanding common stock.
Representing The Student Loan Corporation on the WDN’s Greater Rochester Diversity Council is Gisella D. Falletta, Senior HR Manager/Generalist. She can be contacted at
99 Garnsey Road, Pittsford, NY 14534, 585-248-7068, Gisella.D.Falletta@Citigroup.com.
Rural Opportunities Inc. ROI is a private, not-for-profit regional community development and human service organization providing services to farmworkers, low-income families and economically depressed communities throughout New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana and Puerto Rico. Programs & Services are provided through 46 seasonal and year-round offices. The organization serves more than 20,000 people each year.
Begun in 1969, (ROI) is a private, not-for-profit regional community development and human service organization providing services to farm workers, low-income families and economically depressed communities throughout New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, Indiana, and Puerto Rico. ROI has successfully operated a wide array of programs funded by federal, state, local, faith-based and private sources.
ROI is governed by a 40-member Board of Directors comprised of representatives from Program Area Advisory Committees, Migrant Head Start Advisory Councils, Affiliate and Subsidiary Corporations and Collaborative Organizations. Farm workers retain majority control of the Board of Directors as required by the ROI Corporate By-Laws.
Representing ROI on the WDN’s Greater Rochester Diversity Council is Diana Dellinger, Diversity Implementation Manager. She can be contacted at 140 North Main St., Albion, NY 14414, 585- 589-7027, email@example.com.
Train 24/7™ helps organizations leverage their most valuable asset -- their people. It focuses on creating the best e-Learning experience, whether it’s helping companies develop innovative training programs to meet specific corporate goals or providing access to its library of courses to help companies and individuals meet compliance, business development or continuing education requirements.
Its products and services have allowed more than 1,000 organizations and over 100,000 learners to cost effectively meet compliance requirements, and obtain business and professional goals while having the utmost in training flexibility.
Representing the Train 42/7 on the WDN’s Greater Rochester Diversity Council is Trent Bridges, President. He can be reached at 585-226-1321, Fax: 866-882-3763, firstname.lastname@example.org.