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NACUBO 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting

July 13–17, 2020 | See Schedule Below for Full Program Details | All Times Eastern | Sessions 60 Minutes Unless Otherwise Noted

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Overview

As we gear up to celebrate NACUBO’s 50th annual meeting, we have made as much of our originally scheduled annual meeting content available as possible and updated it to reflect the best practices we all need right now.

Benefit from this cutting-edge knowledge that will be available at your fingertips! The program is packed with interactive sessions, and the knowledge sharing will span five days (three hours each day).

The virtual annual meeting features—

  • Three general sessions to inspire and bring us together
  • 21 concurrent sessions for you to customize your learning
  • Moderated roundtables each day focusing on rotating topics

Our opening keynote speaker will be education evangelist Jaime Casap. He will discuss the potential of the web to create powerful learning models. He’ll share ideas for building innovation into our education practices and for improving learning by enabling technology.

Let this meeting work for your busy schedule. Attend as many (or as few) sessions as you would like. You can earn up to 14 CPE credits for attending the live sessions and will have access to recordings of many sessions to watch later on-demand. All times are Eastern and all sessions are 60 minutes unless otherwise noted.

Day Passes Available

Looking for a way to customize your experience? You can purchase access to a single day's worth of content from the links below. If you'd like to purchase multiple days, simply add the first day to your cart and then return to this page to add other days before you check out.

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Program

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Prerequisites

No prerequisites and/or advance preparation required.

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  • Windows 7 / 10
  • Adobe Acrobat
  • Flash Player

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Meet The Presenters

  • Alisa Abadinsky, , University of Maryland
  • Stephen Auton-Smith, , Ernst & Young LLP
  • Dylan Baker, , University of Maryland
  • Darrell Bazzell, , The University of Texas at Austin
  • Gregory Bedell, , Huron Consulting Group
  • Melody Bianchetto, vice president for finance, University of Virginia
  • Steven Bloom, , American Council On Education
  • Andy Brantley, , CUPA-HR
  • Emily Brock, , Government Finance Officers Association
  • Leslie Brunelli, , University of Denver
  • Jean Bushong, , CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
  • Julia Carlton Mackay, , Sasaki Associates, Inc.
  • Kevin Carrington, , Segal
  • Horace Chase, , Tennessee State University
  • Loretta Chrzan-Williams, , Monroe Community College
  • Liz Clark, vice president, policy and research, NACUBO
  • Cole Clark, , Deloitte Consulting LLP
  • Rick Cole, , BKD CPAs and Advisors
  • Robert Cominsky, , Ellucian
  • Christopher Cowen, , BofA Securities, Inc
  • Bryan Dickson, director, student financial services and educational programs, NACUBO
  • Jeremy DiGorio, , Rollins College
  • Pam Eddinger, , Bunker Hill Community College
  • Lorelle Espinosa, , American Council On Education
  • Tom Ewing, , The Ohio State University
  • Chris Foster, , University of North Texas
  • Paul Friga, clinical associate professor of strategy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Andy Fuller, , University of Notre Dame
  • Stephanie Gold, , Hogan Lovells US LLP
  • Roger Goodman, , The Yuba Group, LLC
  • Kimberly Goodwin-Slater, , George Mason University
  • J. Michael Gower, , Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey New Brunswick Campus
  • Steffon Gray, assistant director, research and policy analysis, NACUBO
  • David Gray, , Pennsylvania State University - Main Campus
  • Daniel Greenstein, , Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education
  • Russ Grunebach, , Duquesne University
  • Emmanual Guillory, , United Negro College Fund, Inc.
  • Paula Harbecke, , New England Commission of Higher Education, Inc.
  • J. Michael Haynie, , Syracuse University
  • Aimee Heeter, , Indiana University
  • J. Carlos Hernandez, , Sam Houston State University
  • David Hinson, , Drury University
  • Carla Ho-a, , University of Colorado Boulder
  • Kimberly Hoebel, , Purdue University
  • William Huang, , University of Texas System Administration
  • Cathy Hubbs, , American University
  • Willie Hughey, , Fisk University
  • Jim Hundrieser, vice president for consulting, NACUBO
  • Taylor Jantz, , Huron Consulting Group
  • William Jarvis, , Bank of America
  • James Keller, , Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr, LLP
  • Vanessa Kenon, , The University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Mandy Kibler, , University of South Carolina Columbia
  • Noel Knille, , California College of the Arts
  • Anita Kovacs, , Florida State College at Jacksonville
  • Douglas Kudravetz, , American University
  • Robert Kuehler, , University of Colorado System Office
  • Mary LaGrange, , University of Nebraska at Lincoln
  • Steven LaNasa, , Johnson County Community College
  • Michael Leachman, , Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
  • Eric Leal, , American University
  • André LeDuc, , University of Oregon
  • Aaron LeMay, , University of Texas Medical Branch
  • Mark Lemon, , Grant Thornton LLP
  • James Lock, , J.P. Morgan Trust Company, NA
  • Jamie Loftin, , University of Arkansas
  • Kasia Lundy, partner/principal, Ernst & Young LLP
  • Susan Maddux, , Furman University
  • Charmel Maynard, , University of Miami
  • Sue Menditto, senior director, accounting policy, NACUBO
  • Michal-Anne Miller, associate director, financial management and business operations, Arizona State University
  • Bob Miller, , The University of Texas at San Antonio
  • Jamie Moffitt, , University of Oregon
  • Dennis Morrone, , Grant Thornton LLP
  • Michael Nicolescu, , PFM Group
  • William Nunez, , University of Nebraska at Lincoln
  • Mary Anne Ocampo, , Sasaki Associates, Inc.
  • Theresa Pascoe, , Stevens Institute of Technology
  • Mary Peloquin-Dodd, , North Carolina State University
  • Anthony Pember, , Grant Thornton LLP
  • Hugh Penney, , Yale University
  • Mark Polatajko, vice president for business and finance, Kent State University
  • Sameer Qureshi, , Clearway Energy
  • Adam Raab, , Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott
  • Amir Rahnamay-Azar, , Syracuse University
  • Ken Redd, senior director, research & policy analysis, NACUBO
  • Kevin Rettle, , Sodexo Education
  • Randy Roberson, , NACUBO
  • Carrie Robinson, executive director of student success, Arizona State University
  • Richard Rudnicki, , Deloitte & Touche
  • Mark Saine, , TIAA
  • Kathleen Santora, , National Association of College and University Attorneys
  • Joey Saxon, , University of North Texas
  • Ann Schmiesing, , University of Colorado Boulder
  • Megan Schneider, senior director, government affairs, NACUBO
  • Jason Schroeder, , University of Notre Dame
  • Crystal Seibert, , Purdue University
  • Rajiv Shenoy, , Apogee
  • Kelli Shomaker, vice president for business and finance and CFO, Auburn University
  • William Sibert, , Cornell University
  • Laura Sines, , TIAA
  • Karen Sodoma, , University of Rochester
  • Dimitri Stathopoulos, , Nuveen Investments
  • David Sullivan, management analyst principal, Arizona State University
  • David Swartz, , American University
  • Jessica Swingle, , Wilkes University
  • Nicole Trufant, , University of New England
  • Alice Turbiville, , Swarthmore College
  • Matt Unterman, , Grant Thornton LLP
  • Lynn Valenter, , Washington State University
  • James Volkmer, , University of Nebraska at Lincoln
  • Matthew Ward, , California Lutheran University
  • Jeffrey West, , Salt Lake Community College
  • Mary Wheeler, , NACUBO Consultants and Speakers
  • Janet Wormack, , Houston Community College System
  • Tadu Yimam, Vice President, Digital Engagement, NACUBO

CPE Information

Estimated 14 CPE Credits

Check back in the Schedule for details on Fields of Study (note: each person must register individually and participate live to earn CPEs)

NACUBO is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website www.nasbaregistry.org.

Rates

Registration assistance: 877.797.7698 or support@nacubo.org

Cancellation Policies

Member Standard

$349

Non-Member Standard

$599

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