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Jeffrey Wong

Jeffrey K. Wong has experience with different phases of personal financial matters, including his own as an undergraduate and graduate student. He believes that having a solid foundation of personal money management skills is one of the most important skills a student can learn, both during and after their collegiate phase. Jeff currently works as the Finance Manager for the Psychology Department. Through his contacts with Psychology students and postdocs, he has learned about some of the financial challenges they face while attending Stanford. Jeff has a desire to help students and postdocs throughout Stanford with their personal financial challenges, so they can more thoroughly enjoy their academic experience.

Unique perspectives:  undergraduates, graduates, first-generation or low-income, transfer students or students with children

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