Delta Management Associates, Inc. (Delta) is pleased to announce the addition of Natasha Labos as Vice President, Business Development to the sales and marketing team.
Natasha brings more than a decade of higher education business development experience, including eight years with Sallie Mae where she served as vice president, business development. During her tenure at Sallie Mae, Natasha’s responsibilities included the growth of regional and national multi-product solutions and services for the southeast region and the national for-profit market. Most recently, Natasha served as vice president, business development at American Student Assistance (ASA), where her primary focus was business development for ASA’s debt management solutions suite of products and services within the southeastern region of the United States.
“Natasha’s immense experience in the student loan industry will be an asset to the business development team. Her ability to develop growth strategies across multiple products and work with higher education clients to develop tailored recovery solutions will ensure the success of Delta’s client partnerships,” said Executive Vice President, Business Development, Joseph J. Fazzini.
Natasha received her Bachelor of Arts from Florida Atlantic University and has attended and facilitated many professional sales training sessions throughout her business development career.
She reports to Joseph J. Fazzini, Executive Vice President of Business Development.
For more than 26 years, Delta has provided recovery solutions and default prevention to the higher education community. With the ability to operate in all 50 states, Delta meets the regulatory, financial, privacy and security requirements of the most influential and respected institutions in the nation. A leader in the industry, our reputation and client base have grown to reflect Delta as the collections expert against which all other firms are judged. Delta offers recovery solutions for Perkins Loans, health professions and nursing student loans, tuition, institutional loans, private credit and the Federal Family Education Loan Programs (FFELP), as well as Cohort management and default rate solutions.