Christine Campbell is a Volunteer Educator for Puget Sound Operations with the Foundation for Financial Education, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the country.
Parents shouldn’t have to eat ramen noodles to send their kids to college. At least, that’s Christine Campbell’s philosophy. Christine is a college savings, funding, and financial aid expert who is determined to help families work through the sticker shock of a four-year degree without compromising a college-bound student’s hopes and dreams. A frequent guest speaker known for her pragmatic and creative financial strategies, Christine believes the most successful way for families to fight staggering higher education costs is to anticipate the road ahead and align themselves with a financial advocate who knows the entire process—acceptance to degree—and is willing to dive deep into a family’s situation to uncover innovative funding solutions. For the past decade, Christine has eased the stress and fear that accompanies families at this pivotal stage of life into the happiness and triumph of hundreds of college graduates who may or may not have eaten ramen along the way. She is a licensed financial advisor and lives near Seattle, Washington, with her husband, Kevin, and two children