Diversity Discussion

Webinars LogoAir Date: February 20, 2019
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $120 Members, $240 Non-Members. Free for webinar package purchasers and Value Plus members, but users must register in advance.
Available Until: February 19, 2020

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As the landscape of higher education continues to change, including both the student population and the financial aid profession, it's essential to have continuous conversations about diversity and access. Whether it's on campus in the financial aid office or more broadly within state and regional associations, open dialogue and active training encourage inclusion and openness in the higher education community. Join us to hear about the ways NASFAA is supporting one of its guiding missions, commitment to diversity throughout all activities. NASFAA's first Diversity Officer, Jim Brooks, assistant vice president for student services and enrollment management and director of financial aid at University of Oregon, and NASFAA's current Diversity Officer, Craig Alan Slaughter, director of financial aid at Kenyon College, will lead a presentation on NASFAA's new Diversity Toolkit.


Jim BrooksJim Brooks, Presenter
Assistant Vice President of Student Services & Enrollment Management and Director of Financial Aid 
University of Oregon


Craig SlaughterCraig Alan Slaughter, Presenter
Director of Financial Aid 
Kenyon College


Margot O'MearaMargot O'Meara, Moderator
Credential and Certification Program Analyst and Webinar Producer


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