For the past 10 years, Jamie Dickenson has been a guest speaker on a very successful talk radio show called "Ask the Expert" on WCHS 580 AM. Jamie answers questions about college admissions, scholarships, financial aid, high school issues, grades, class schedules, etc. Look for Jamie on the second Wednesday of every month from 9:10 AM to 10:00 AM EST. You can listen live online at: www.58wchs.com.
Podcast of Jamie's "Ask the Expert" talk radio show on WCHS 580 AM recorded on Friday, March 18, 2016.
Podcast of Jamie's talk radio show "Ask the Expert" recorded live on Wednesday, March 9, 2016.
Podcast of the "Ask the Expert" talk radio show recorded on Wednesday, February 10, 2016.
Podcast of the "Ask the Expert" talk radio show on WCHS 580 AM recorded on Wednesday, January 13, 2016.
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Jamie was appointed by the Governor of West Virginia, Earl Ray Tomblin, to the West Virginia College Prepaid Tuition and Savings Program Board of Trustees. She is delighted to be working with State Treasurer, John Perdue, to help college bound families. Click here for the press release.
Jamie was quoted in the Miami Herald article, "No Debt College Not Real Option Anymore" by Chabeli Herrera
Jamie was included in CollegeStats.org's article "17 College Financial Aid Experts Worth Knowing About." Check out what they had to say about Jamie and others in here field by clicking here!
Jamie was quoted in an article, "The Best Money Moves for Students in December" by Claire Davidson for Nerd Wallet.
Jamie was quoted in an article, "FAFSA for First Timers" by Damilola Ajasa for The Mash.
Jamie was finalist for the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for the states of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Upstate New York in June 2009. The article was published about her in the Pittsburgh Business Times. The entire list of contestants was listed on the Pittsburgh Tech Council website as the article, "Vision Become Reality."
Jamie was featured as a Success Story for the West Virginia District of the Small Business Association (SBA).
Jamie wrote this article for the West Virginia State Treasurer's newsletter titled, "Blazing the College Search Trail."
Jamie was quoted in this article, "Finding West Virginia's Best High Schools" by Beth Gorczyca Ryan published in The State Journal. It was posted on the West Virginia Illustrated and the WBOY 12 News websites in January 2013.
Jamie's picture (#15) taken at the Inaugural Celebration of West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin was posted in the Sunday Gazette-Mail's section "On the Town" in January 2013. Governor Tomblin is from Jamie's home town of Logan, WV.
Jamie was the guest speaker on "Treasury Notes" in August 2012 and October 2015
Jamie was the guest of West Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue on his monthly television show called "Treasury Notes." The show was hosted by Gina Long Joynes, Deputy Treasurer of Communications. They discussed the benefits of the State's SMART 529 College Savings Plan and other programs offered by the Treasurer's office to help parents pay for the high cost of college.