Mark Kantrowitz Joins in Advisory Role

Mark Kantrowitz, a leading source of unbiased information on 529 plans, has brought Mark Kantrowitz on board to advise on product and service offerings for consumers and financial advisors. Mark brings over two decades of college planning industry experience, and has served as publisher of, Edvisors, Fastweb and FinAid. He is currently president of Cerebly, Inc. a consulting firm focused on computer science, artificial intelligence and statistical and policy analysis.

In his new role, Mark will further’s mission to help families and financial advisors meet the challenges of saving and paying for education, by developing enhanced analytics to expand the firm’s current offerings. This will include utilizing his financial aid expertise to create new tools and content, and developing exclusive analytics and 529 plan investment strategies that can help families save more for their children’s education.

“We’re excited to welcome Mark as we continue to chart’s growth,” said Marcos Cordero, CEO of “Mark’s experience building successful college planning websites and his strong analytical background will help drive our future success.”

Mark Kantrowitz added, “ has enormous potential to build on its strong position in the college savings industry…I look forward to playing a role in positioning the company for sustained growth and leadership in the future.”

Mark writes extensively about student financial aid policy, and has testified before Congress and federal/state agencies about student aid on several occasions. He has been quoted in more than 10,000 newspaper and magazine articles, and has written for leading publications, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Reuters, Huffington Post, U.S. News and World Report, Money Magazine.

About has been a leading independent authority on 529 savings plans since 1999. The site compiles and analyzes data, and creates content and tools to provide parents, financial professionals and state agencies with resources to help them understand how to meet the challenge of increasing education costs.

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