Martin Lynch is the Director of Education and Compliance Manager at Cambridge Credit Counseling, a Massachusetts non-profit agency that helps financially challenged consumers regain control of their circumstances. As Director of Education, he is also responsible for the certification and continuing education of Cambridge’s staff, and for providing more than 400 financial literacy seminars for members of Cambridge’s local community. Mr. Lynch is also a founding member and sits on the Board of Directors of the Financial Counseling Association of America. Cambridge offers credit and debt management services, foreclosure avoidance, first-time homebuyer and reverse mortgage counseling, as well as both forms of counseling required for bankruptcy filers. The agency’s various services are approved by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Executive Office for U.S. Trustees, and the Massachusetts Office of Elder Affairs. In addition to maintaining those certifications, Mr. Lynch also helps secure the licenses that Cambridge needs to deliver its services nationwide.