Annual Conference 

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2019 NHASFAA Annual Conference

October 24 & 25, 2019

Omni Mount Washington Resort, Bretton Woods, NH

The NHASFAA Conference Committee is excited to open registration for the 2019 Annual Conference! 

Registration Fee: $190

Registration for the conference requires a valid 2019 and 2020 membership. Membership for each calendar year is $35.

Conference Schedule

Session Descriptions

*Vendors have been provided a discount code that should be used when registering in order to waive the registration fee (for 1 registration). If you are a vendor and do not have the discount code, please contact Julie Lawton to receive the code before registering.*

Register Here (Vendors and NHASFAA Members)
To Our Maine and Vermont Colleagues:
NHASFAA has opened the conference to our neighbors of Maine and Vermont. If you are a financial aid professional located in either of these states and wish to attend the NHASFAA Conference, please register below. This link will not require a NHASFAA membership.
Register Here (Maine & Vermont Aid Professionals) 
Hotel Booking Information:

Omni Mount Washington Resort

$149/night (excluding taxes and fees)
It is highly encouraged you register and book your room as soon as possible.
To book your room, you must call 603.278.8406 and reference that you are part of the NHASFAA group. Because the room block date has expired, availability of rooms is on a space available basis.

Keynote Speaker: Deo Mwano

A daring escape from the Democratic Republic of the Congo led Deo Mwano to a life of freedom, inspiration, appreciation, and the desire to persevere to excel. Growing up during a violent civil war, Deo faced much misfortune. At age nine, he became the patriarch of the family. It wasn’t easy. But after moving to the United States in 2000 with his mother and three younger brothers, he found his voice.

Deo Mwano is an innovative, multicultural leader in education, community building and social justice. He teaches, inspires, and motivates people and organizations to follow a path of self-improvement and dedication to others. In doing so, Deo draws on his often traumatic personal experience as well as his educational background.

Deo earned his BA in International Relations and History and an MBA in Strategic Leadership. Deo has worked for the State Department, High Education Institutions, Tech Start-Ups and Nonprofits. Deo now runs his own consultancy firm helping organizations and individuals become aware of the disparities different communities face in order to maximize on their social impact. His honors include being named to 40 Under 40 as an emerging leader in New Hampshire in 2016. Graduating member of Leadership New Hampshire Class of 2017. Deo is a sought after speaker, program designer, community builder and performer working with organizations nationally and internationally.