NASFAA CFAA Program: Insights from Certified Financial Aid Administrators®


Date Recorded: January 16, 2020
Duration: 60 minutes
Price: Free

Have you heard about NASFAA's new Certified Financial Aid Administrator® (CFAA) Program, and want to know more? Join us to learn about why the CFAA Program was developed and how the financial aid community shaped the program along the way. You also will hear directly from a panel of Certified Financial Aid Administrators® as they provide their own insights into why they pursued certification, what the testing experience was like, and how they believe the designation will benefit them in the future. Begin your journey towards certification by tuning in for this free webinar to learn more about the CFAA Program.


Margot O'Meara

Margot O'Meara, Presenter
Certification & Credentialing Analyst and Webinar Producer



Susan Shogren

Susan Shogren, Moderator
Certification & Credentialing Manager



Kathy Bialk

Kathy Bialk, Panelist
Executive Director of Student Financial Aid
University of Kentucky



Heidi Kovalick

Heidi Kovalick, Panelist
Director of Financial Aid 
Stockton University



Marvin Smith

Marvin Smith, Panelist
Executive Director of Student Financial Services
Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis



Ryan West

Ryan West, Panelist
Director of Financial Aid and Veterans' Services
Chemeketa Community College


Technical Requirements

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Certified Financial Aid Administrator® (CFAA) Recertification Points

This event is not eligible for Certified Financial Aid Administrator® (CFAA) Recertification Points (RPs).

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