Hopper Awarded Lifetime Achievement Award From NASFAA

"The dean of Student Financial Services for National Park College, Lisa Hopper, was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators during the annual conference in San Diego on July 2," The Sentinel-Record reports.

... "Hopper has been involved in the organization since 1998, she said. The Lifetime Achievement Award is the highest honor a member can be presented with, according to NASFAA's website. NASFAA is based in Washington, D.C., supporting more than 29,000 financial aid professionals from all sizes of colleges in the U.S., according to a news release from NPC."

"Hopper has spent much of her time volunteering as well, she said. With her experience as a certified public accountant, she served as treasurer for the Arkansas Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, then later as president, she said. She also served as president for the Southwest Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, as well as on the board of directors for the NASFAA, according to a news release from NPC."

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Publication Date: 7/11/2023

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