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Last month, to formally kick off the 2023-24 Advocacy Pipeline, NASFAA hosted three members in Washington, D.C. for meetings on Capitol Hill. The participants — Charles Harper from Belmont University, Kayli Sampson from Iowa State University, and Matt Falduto, FAAC® from Kirkwood Community College — spoke to congressional staffers from Iowa and Tennessee.
Don't miss your chance to join us February 4-7 in Washington, D.C., for NASFAA's 2024 Leadership & Legislative Conference & Expo. The conference features four distinct tracks to further your professional goals: Association Leadership, Compliance Management, Strategic Enrollment Management, and new for 2024, the Financial Aid Management & Leadership pathway. Learn more about the conference, view the agenda, and register by November 30 to secure your seat and save $30 with early bird registration.
Join us on November 16 at 12 p.m. ET to meet Matt Falduto, senior director of financial aid at Kirkwood Community College. Matt has been in financial aid since 2005, and he is our second guest on "Voices of NASFAA." With more than 29,000 members, "Voices of NASFAA" allows us to listen directly to the stories of our members and their work within financial aid. Be a part of the conversation on LinkedIn.
Join NASFAA staff for our winter policy update on Wednesday, December 13, at 2:00 p.m. ET for the latest updates on what's happening in Washington related to student aid policy. NASFAA’s policy team will provide updates on Higher Education Act reauthorization, student aid funding, regulatory action, administration initiatives, and close with a question-and-answer session. Secure your seat today.