We love helping Boilermakers!
Our financial wellness team is made up of people who love helping students just like you. It’s time you get to know them.
Meet the Pro
Junia is the Program Director for Boiler Financial Track. Boiler Financial Track was started in 2019 with a collaboration between Purdue Student Life, Recreation and Wellness and Purdue Federal Credit Union. Her previous experience in providing education and guidance to students and families regarding financial aid, financial wellness and the scholarship process made for a smooth transition to run Purdue’s official financial wellness program. She received her MBA through Purdue University Global and has maintained membership with the Association for Financial Counseling & Planning Education and the National Financial Educators Council. She is passionate about providing students with the financial education they need to ensure a strong financial foundation that will last throughout their lives.
Meet the Interns
Colton Willoughby is a senior majoring in Financial Counseling and Planning. He has a passion for helping others and has worked in the customer service industry for years. He is from Northwest Indiana and enjoys movies as well as live music. He plans to work towards his CFP post-graduation and work as a financial planner in a firm.
Dominic Nunziato is a freshman majoring in Business Analytics and Information Management. He loves to help others and is passionate about financial wellness and data analytics. Dom’s passion about financial wellness emerged in high school where he collaborated with several other students in creating an Investment Club to learn and teach each other about financial issues and investment strategies. Dominic is from Boston, enjoys all sports, and is a member of the Sports Analytics Club. He plans to work toward combining his passions with a career in the professional sports business area.
Flor Sanchez is a junior majoring in Finance and Data Analytics. She is actively involved on the board of Association of Latino Professional for American (ALPFA) and Purdue Student Fund (PSF) and maintains memberships with the Society of Minority Managers, Purdue Investment Banking Academy and the Diverse Student Council. In June 2022 she was an Advancing Hispanic Pathways Fellow with J.P. Morgan Chase in the Corporate & Investment Bank Division in New York, NY. She is from Indianapolis, IN and hopes to work as a Market Trader for J.P. Morgan after graduation.
Ryan Bonebrake is a senior majoring in Financial Counseling and Planning and minoring in Sociology. He is also a member of the Student Relations Team for the CSR/HTM Career Day Board. Ryan has been serving in the U.S. Army National Guard for over five years and plans to use his education towards helping individuals and small enterprises meet their financial goals and needs, particularly with veterans and veteran owned businesses.