Jennifer Priestley

Jennifer Priestley

Jennifer Priestley is an associate professor of statistics at the College of Science and…

Georgia (Nov 24, 2010)


Jennifer Priestley is an associate professor of statistics at the College of Science and Mathematics. She is currently developing an upper-level course in credit scoring – one of the first such courses taught at a major university. Prior to academia, Priestley worked in the consumer credit card industry for 10 years.   Under her leadership at VISA, she helped develop the consumer credit card markets for Ireland and Scotland. At MasterCard International, she directed relationships with banks and financial institutions.
Priestley offers these tips to keep consumers and their money safe during this busy holiday shopping season: 

 

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