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Shoptalk 106, June 2000

TG Requests Suggestions for LSA Representatives

Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation (TG) is requesting your input in developing a slate of candidates to serve as representatives on TG's Lender and School Advisory Committees (LSA). One goal of TG and LSA is to provide the most effective representation for schools and lenders participating in the Federal Family Education Loan Program. To help make that happen, TG is soliciting suggestions from the community for seven lender and six school representatives to fill LSA Committee positions that will be vacated as of September 30, 2000.

Each year, the LSA committees include diverse community representatives, including representatives from various types and sizes of institutions and from various regions of the state. When suggesting a candidate, please consider the following items:

  • Committee members should be the director, associate director, assistant director, or other qualified individual who works in a responsible position related to loan processing and has voting and decision making authority as it relates to the committee.
  • Representatives may serve on the committee as long as they represent the appropriate institution of their committee (lender or school) or until their two-year terms expire.
  • LSA meetings are scheduled once per quarter.

Using the suggestions from the community, Milt Wright, TG President and CEO, will develop a list of recommendations for approval by TG's Board of Directors within the next few months.

Suggesting Candidates
Please forward your candidate suggestions to Kim Alexander, Vice President, Customer Focus, at (800) 252-9743, ext. 4945, or Vickie Tanner, Assistant Vice President, Customer Services, at ext. 4526 by August 1, 2000. If you prefer, you may also suggest candidates by to or

For questions regarding LSA, contact Renée Gilmer, TG Customer Services, at (800) 252-9743, ext. 4541, or by message to

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