New National Chair Eileen O’Leary and Education Department (ED) officials shared news with NASFAA National Conference attendees at the closing breakfast Wednesday in Nashville. The new volunteer task force structure will bring new opportunities to get involved with NASFAA in the coming year, O’Leary said. NASFAA members will also have a new chance for professional development and networking in March. The traditional NASFAA Leadership Conference will be restructured to a Leadership Expo with a track for new and aspiring aid directors, as well as advocacy training. ED officials Jeff Baker and Lynn Mahaffie shared a number of updates, too.
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