Our Story

My Education Solutions’ (MES) mission to eliminate student loan debt across the nation started as a love story with a humble beginning…

Our founder, Christina Randell had found the love of her life when she met Tony; he was handsome, smart and so much fun that when he wanted to get married Christina was delighted… until she discovered he had significant student loan debt. 

At the time, Christina was a certified financial counselor and owned a successful financial counseling and debt management company in South Texas. She felt conflicted moving forward with the marriage unless they had a plan in place to eliminate his student loan debt.  They got engaged and over the next two years, Christina and her staff began researching the best solutions for student loan debt. After a few tweaks and revisions, they had produced a program that worked and extended it to hundreds of their existing clients.

Christina and Tony married in 2011, debt-free! They decided they wanted to give back and share what they learned, so others could enjoy their lives and achieve their dreams, too.  They created systems to successfully process and monitor student loan forgiveness programs and developed a proprietary, online solution to quickly determine savings eligibility prior to enrolling.

Christina & Tony - Wedding Photo

Their journey has led the way for thousands of individuals to realize true student loan forgiveness by the government. My Education Solutions continues to assist individuals nationwide that are struggling to make ends meet due to excessive student loan debt and compounding interest.

Today, My Education Solutions has developed into a positive social entrepreneurial advocate, providing solutions to overcome student loan debt. We’ve had the opportunity to work with thousands of people across the country and continue to grow from the referrals of our happy customers.

In case you were wondering, Christina and Tony lived happily ever after in San Antonio with their two German Shepherds Suri and Sky. Now, they’re writing happy endings for others in similar student loan debt situations.