Boston, MA – November 28, 2018
National nonprofit American Consumer Credit Counseling announced today it has named Peter J. Mullen as Community Outreach Coordinator. In this role, Mullen will facilitate workshops and one-on-one financial counseling sessions. Mullen will also work to develop strategic relationships with community organizations that are interested in improving financial literacy and self-sufficiency to the community at-large.
“We’re excited to welcome Peter Mullen to our community outreach team,” said Steve Trumble, Presidentn and CEO of American Consumer Credit Counseling. “With Peter’s extensive knowledge in financial education, we know he will bring significant expertise to ACCC that will benefit our clients and communities.”
Prior to joining American Consumer Credit Counseling, Mullen worked as a Homeownership Educator and Counselor at Quincy Community Action Program, where he facilitated targeted education and counseling on all aspects of successful homeownership. As part of that work, he also drove financial management action planning for consumers before, during, and after the home purchase.
Mullen received his B.A. in psychology at Eastern Nazarene College. He resides in Quincy, MA.
ACCC is a 501(c)3 organization that provides free credit counseling, bankruptcy counseling, and housing counseling to consumers nationwide in need of financial literacy education and money management. For more information, contact ACCC:
- For credit counseling, call 800-769-3571
- For bankruptcy counseling, call 866-826-6924
- For housing counseling, call 866-826-7180
- Or visit us online at ConsumerCredit.com
About American Consumer Credit Counseling
American Consumer Credit Counseling (ACCC) is a nonprofit credit counseling 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to empowering consumers to achieve financial management through credit counseling, debt management, bankruptcy counseling, housing counseling, student loan counseling and financial education concerning debt solutions. In order to help consumers reach their goal of debt relief, ACCC provides a range of free consumer personal finance resources on a variety of topics including budgeting, credit and debt management, student loan assistance, youth and money, homeownership, identity theft, senior living and retirement. Consumers can use ACCC’s worksheets, videos, calculators, and blog articles to make the best possible decisions regarding their financial future. ACCC holds an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau and is a member of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC®). For more information or to access free financial education resources, log on to ConsumerCredit.com or visit https://www.consumercredit.com/debt-resources-tools/