THUR, FEB 22 | 8 PM ET | 7 PM CT | 5 PM PT

For Parents: Help Your Teen Fund Their Future

Navigating the costs of college can be a daunting task, but don’t worry – we’re here to help.

Event: For Parents: Help Your Teen Fund Their Future

Join us for an event tailored to parents like you who are figuring out how to pay for your teen’s education after high school. Whether you're seeking guidance on finding scholarships or need the basics about financial aid, this event is designed to address your concerns as a parent. Get your questions answered by financial aid experts and help your teen fund their future. We’ll answer questions like…

  • What is the FAFSA and why should students complete it?
  • Where can students find scholarships?
  • How can I support my student during the planning process?

Ask us anything – we’re here to help.


Meet Our Guest Speaker

Brendan  Williams 
VP of Knowledge, uAspire.

Brendan is one of uAspire's internal financial aid experts, supporting the research, evaluation & learning, and consulting teams. He helps drive thought leadership to ensure uAspire shares its latest research, innovations, and student-centered practices with the field.

Previously, Brendan was a tutor at City on a Hill Charter Schools. Brendan received his Master of Science in Public Affairs from UMASS Boston and his BA in economics and psychology from SUNY Binghamton.


MorraLee Keller
Senior Director of Strategic Programming, National College Attainment Network

MorraLee serves as Senior Director of Strategic Programming for the National College Attainment Network. Ms. Keller provides professional development support to both direct service providers and managers to help ensure the effectiveness and sustainability of college access/success programs. She offers consultation services with advice on governance issues, programming, data collection, financial aid, research, statewide network development, K-12 college and career programming, and best practices. Ms. Keller also manages place-based grant projects, provides member support services, manages NCAN’s elearning system and delivers trainings on the FAFSA completion process.

Ms. Keller has a bachelor’s degree in education and a master’s degree in higher education administration, both from The Ohio State University. A former financial aid coordinator at OSU, Ms. Keller has extensive experience in student financial aid. In her time at the Columbus, Ohio-based NCAN member program, I KNOW I CAN, Ms. Keller developed a program with K-12 early college awareness programming, developed a comprehensive college advising program, administered a last dollar grant program and created a college retention program for the program participants. Ms. Keller is a member of the Ohio Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, the Ohio Association of College Admissions Counselors and currently serves on the Ohio ACT Council.