David R. Glezerman is assistant vice president and university bursar at Temple University, where he has been employed since 1986. He has overall responsibility for more than $450 million annually in student loans and accounts receivables. Mr. Glezerman has been employed in higher education receivables management for 30 years.
A speaker at many industry conferences and workshops, Mr. Glezerman has worked with various higher education and collections associations as a faculty and program committee member for their conferences. He also is the founder of the Educational Accounts Receivable Management Association (EARMA), designed for institutional debt collection personnel in eastern Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
A co-author of Managing and Collecting Student Accounts and Loans: A Desk Reference for Educational Receivables Stewardship and the Student Financial Services white paper for the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO), Glezerman also has written several articles for and referenced by numerous industry publications for his views on higher education receivables. He also authored “Student Loan Program Partnering: A Recipe for Helping Schools Help Themselves” while working as a consultant with the US Department of Health and Human Services’ Partnership Program to assist schools with student loan collections and default reduction activities.
A co-creator of the Higher Education Collection Specialist Certificate program and certified instructor for ACA International, the association of credit and collections professionals, Glezerman is a past recipient of ACA’s Member of the Year and Charles F. Lindemann Instructor of the Year awards and was recently designated as a Master Credit Executive (MCE) by ACA
A graduate of Rutgers University, Mr. Glezerman received his MBA from Temple University.