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Stephanie Eidelman

CEO at insideARM

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insideARM

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Biography

Stephanie Eidelman is CEO of the iA institute, a media company that specializes in providing context, insight, and practical information to the complex debt industry. A visionary and constant innovator, she has grown the company from its beginning as publisher of a daily newsletter (insideARM) to one that influences the industry at the highest level. 

Stephanie believes that high quality communication leads to good things: deeper relationships, better mutual understanding, innovation, and sales... to name a few. This is why everything we do at the iA Institute is designed specifically to foster deep and candid interaction. More at theiAinstitute.com.


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Is Your Organization Registered for the 13th Annual Best Places to Work in Collections? It Should Be.

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How the iA Innovation Council Partnered with Georgetown University to Solve an Industry Problem

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Support for Balanced Debt Collection Regulations From an Unlikely Source

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A. Wayne Johnson Resigns from Dept of ED, Suggests All Student Loans Should Be Canceled

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Is it Possible to Eliminate the Maddening Need to Repeat Information to Call Center Reps?

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If You Don’t Like Change, You’re Going to Like Irrelevance a Lot Less

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Federal Student Aid Has Won its War with Private Debt Collectors

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Decision Expected Any Day in Case of Collectors v. Federal Student Aid on NextGen Procurement

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Freshly Signed Taxpayer First Act of 2019 Affects Private Debt Collectors

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RIP Medical Debt Featured Among Game-Changers

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RIP Medical Debt Gains Traction; Comes to Capitol Hill

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NextGen Deadline Postponed Again, and ED Considers Selling Defaulted Loans

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Court Denies PCAs' Motion to Prevent Account Recall by Department of Education

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Department of ED vs. Collection Agencies Saga Will Come to a Head on April 16

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White House Issues Executive Order on Collection of Defaulted Federal Student Loans

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iA Video Series: Ironing Out the Irony of ED's NextGen Strategy

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ED Submits Administrative Record to Judge Wheeler; re-Pits Smalls Against Bigs

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Why ED’s NextGen Debt Collection Servicing Plan May Be a House of Cards

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iA Video Series: The Power of Connection for Women in Consumer Finance

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Transcript of Teleconference in Dept. of ED NextGen Case Reveals Maddening Exchange