2022 FAAC Forum

NASFAA is excited to present the inaugural FAAC Forum. Exclusively for those who hold the FAAC® designation, this event brings FAACs together to network and explore important issues facing the financial aid community. Programming will include Title IV administrative capability training, skills-development presentations, and community-building discussions, as well as thought-provoking sessions designed to help envision the future of the financial aid profession.

As an attendee, you'll benefit from:

  • Networking with other FAACs in the profession and forming relationships with a cohort of peers you can rely on for advice and guidance as you progress along your career path as a leader.
  • Actively participating in discussions important to the profession, getting answers to your burning questions, and reflecting on key concepts of the day.
  • Earning eight Recertification Points (RPs) for your attendance in the FAAC Forum track at the NASFAA Leadership & Legislative Conference & Expo.

Full Agenda

FAAC Forum Task Force and Program Leaders
  • Shannon Crossland, FAAC® (Chair)
  • Daniel Barkowitz, FAAC®
  • Kathy Bialk, FAAC®
  • Nathan Buche, FAAC®
  • Philip Hawkins, FAAC®
  • Christina Tangalakis, FAAC®
  • Dana Kelly (NASFAA Liaison) 
Registration Information

As a benefit of being certified, NASFAA is pleased to recognize FAACs with a significantly discounted registration rate of $150, reduced from the regular $785 registration rate charged for most other Leadership & Legislative Conference & Expo pathways. Registration includes vouchers/gift cards to pay for breakfast and lunch on Monday and Tuesday, as well as a complimentary ticket for a bus tour Monday evening, exclusively for FAACs. The bus will pick you up right outside of the hotel and take you to see D.C.'s historic landmarks, monuments, and neighborhoods as they come alive at night. Individuals will also have access to the Exhibit Area and can network during meals and breaks with other Leadership & Legislative Conference & Expo participants. If Capitol Hill is receiving in-person constituent meetings in February, participants will be encouraged to take advantage of Hill visits on the morning of February 16. 

Each participant is responsible for covering their own travel, lodging, other meal costs, and incidental expenses. 

Register for FAAC Forum

Publication Date: 11/16/2021

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