Student loan repayments are back. Let’s improve teacher retention and student outcomes at your school district using existing funds you have already been allocated. Join us for our webinar with ESSER fund guru, Nathan Williamson, on November 8th to learn how.
Nathan Williamson, CEO, MAZI Education LLC | Former School District CFO | Former Director of Title Grants and Support, Indiana Department of Education
Nathan Williamson serves as an educational and financial consultant for school systems across through MAZI Education. He is a student-focused leader that has served in roles ranging from preschool to the university level in instructional, administrator, and financial capacities at the local and state levels. Beginning as a teacher for immigrant families and youth, he moved to roles in instructional coaching, district administration, and state level directorship. As the Director of Grants for the Indiana Department of Education, Nathan oversaw an annual $500 million dollar budget with high marks for efficiency and audit success. As Director for Special Populations for Gary Community Schools, he led a team that exited state control and vastly improved compliance for children with disabilities. He has written several competitive grants as a lead or co-lead, garnering over $100 million in additional dollars for his organizations.Nathan has a B.S. in Elementary Education & English as a New Language and a M.S. in Language Education from Indiana University, his principal license from Indiana Wesleyan University, and an Ed.S. from Purdue University in Educational Leadership and Policy Studies. He has served on several state and national boards, including the National Association of ESEA Program Administrators and appointed by Governor Pence to the Indiana Early Learning Advisory Committee
Stephen Blackburn, Senior Account Executive, Your Money Line
Stephen Blackburn has 14 years of experience in public education as a former elementary school teacher (8 years) and former school administrator (6 years). He also completed the Woodrow Wilson Fellowship at University of Indianapolis. In addition to his time spent in central Indiana schools, he also taught on the Navajo Reservation in Southeast Utah and at an environmental camp on Catalina Island. In his newest role at Your Money Line as a Sr. K-12 Account Executive, Stephen focuses on helping school administrative staff pour into the staff and educators they serve to assist with the attraction & retention of top talent.
59% of the US workforce reports that financial stress impacts their work. Your Money Line addresses some of the biggest challenges facing teachers—and their employers.
Powerful financial software that provides true visibility and insight for your team's unique financial journey and challenges
Expert financial coaches who provide unlimited empathetic guidance to your school staff via phone, email, chat, or text
Courses, videos, webinars, & more on relevant topics to grow financial knowledge and literacy
Many states also offer state funding to support teacher retention. Your Money Line is a qualified vendor to put these funds to work at your schools.