Pei-loh Lo, Vice President, Professional Services

Pei-Loh LoPei-loh Lo joined Scholarship America in 1988 as program manager in the Scholarship Management Services division. For the past 26 years, she has held various positions of increasing responsibility: managing scholarship administration, staff training, customer service, operational oversight, and quality assurance. In her current role as Vice President, Professional Services, Pei-loh leads a team of mission-driven program professionals dedicated to providing world-class service to students and clients. Pei-loh and her team work closely with clients to implement 1,400 scholarship and education assistance solutions each year, delivering critical financial support to students across the globe.   

During her tenure at Scholarship America, Pei-loh also served for three years as National Director, Dollars for Scholars. Prior to Scholarship America, she was Director of Human Resources at Men’s Division of Warnaco Inc. She earned a Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degree from Smith College, Northampton, Massachusetts and has been active in the community including United Way, community day care, VINE Faith in Action, and Chamber of Commerce.

The Dream Award

Dream Award Scholarship America’s Dream Award is a renewable scholarship fund targeted toward completion. These annually-increasing awards will be given to students selected from across the nation who are entering their second year of education beyond high school.

The Scholarship Coach

The Scholarship CoachScholarship America's blog, The Scholarship Coach, appears weekly at USNews.com, featuring expert advice on all kinds of scholarship issues. Here on the site, we feature a new highlight from the blog every week, and you can also download a free Scholarship Coach e-book!

Focus On The Finish Line

Scholarship America is dedicated to helping students get their degrees. Our 2013 Annual Report, Focus on the Finish Line, features statistics, stories, and student accounts of the importance of college completion.

 

Visit the online report to learn more and hear from our President, Lauren Segal.

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