You are here
NEEDHAM, Mass. -- Upromise, Inc., the country's largest private source of college aid and a partner with many supermarkets and CPG companies, has named Kelly Christiano s.v.p., partner management, filling the role previously held by David Rochon, who has been promoted to president.
Christiano joins Upromise from her role as president of VIPdesk, Inc., a firm specializing in delivering concierge programs, virtual contact center services, and reward redemption services for national brand leaders in the travel, auto, financial services, and retail industries.
Upromise allows families to automatically save money for college while making everyday purchases of products and services at more than 23,000 grocery and drug stores, 14,000 gas stations, and 8,000 restaurants, as well as thousands of retail stores and more than 500 online shopping sites.