Forker Joins KHEAA as Outreach Advisor for Grayson County | Grayson County

Brandi Forker has joined the Kentucky Higher Education Assistance Authority as Outreach Counselor for Grayson County.

“I look forward to helping students with college admissions and financial aid,” said Forker. “There are so many wonderful opportunities in Kentucky, and I am very fortunate to be able to help connect students with the financial support they may need to achieve their goals.”

Forker graduated from Kentucky Wesleyan College with a bachelor’s degree in business administration. She has worked at Kentucky Wesleyan and Madisonville Community College. Forker lives in Webster County with her husband Kevin and their daughters Ellison and Millie.

“Brandi will be a great addition to the KHEAA outreach team because of her desire to serve students and families in Northwest Kentucky,” said Kim Dolan, KHEAA Director of Outreach. “She has also lived in Daviess and Hopkins counties so is very familiar with her territory.”

KHEAA is the state agency that administers the Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES), need-based scholarships, and other programs to help students fund their college education expenses. Funds from the Kentucky Lottery fund many of these programs. For more information on scholarships and grants in Kentucky, visit; Write to KHEAA at PO Box 798, Frankfurt, KY 40602; or call 800-928-8926.

In addition, KHEAA administers the KY Saves 529 program, which helps families save for college. For more information on KY Saves 529, see

KHEAA also makes private Advantage Education Loans for its sister agency KHESLC. For more information on Advantage Education Loans, visit

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