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Former College Summit Employee pleads guilty to making over $45,000 in unauthorized charges to corporate credit card

The U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia recently announced that Joyce R. Williams, 40, of Largo, MD, formerly employed by College Summit’s National Headquarters, pleaded guilty to unauthorized charging of airplane tickets, hotel stays, meals, clothing, electronics, concert tickets, jewelry, fuel and bills to a corporate credit card.

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