Emir Morais

Emir Morais

Emir has served in many capacities throughout his career in higher education from coaching students through the financial aid process to serving in several leadership roles. He previously worked at AccessLex Institute as a senior level relationship manager. There he helped develop and deliver a financial education program to over 20 universities in the Northeast Region. Emir worked closely with college administrators and students. He was responsible for delivering group presentations, webinars, one-on-one coaching sessions that covered an array of subjects; financial aid process, student loan repayment, budgeting, credit, debt management, saving and investing. Emir’s coaching philosophy is to guide, teach and empower students with the tools and resources they need to make individualized personal financial decisions. Emir also worked as a financial aid administrator for Boston University and Northeastern University. He earned both a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BS) and a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Northeastern University. Emir enjoys traveling, reading and golfing.

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How to Save for College in Massachusetts: Speaking with MEFA and Inversant

There does not appear to be any indication that college tuition and living expenses will decrease in the immediate futur...

How the University of North Texas (UNT) helps students succeed financially

 Understanding basic money management skills like living within a budget and understanding credit and debt is very impor...

Meet Your New Best Friend: Your Financial Aid Office

We often hear from families that they are confused about what the financial office actually does, and how to work with i...

How Indiana University's MoneySmarts Program Helps Students Reduce Debt

 

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