Here’s Who’s Speaking at #NACSAcon This Year…

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Here’s Who’s Speaking at #NACSAcon This Year…

We have exciting updates for you about our upcoming NACSA Virtual Leadership Conference. Take a look below and head to our brand-new conference website to see all the details and to register (if you haven’t already).

2021 FEATURE SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED

Each year, we open our Leadership Conference with a plenary session featuring speakers who push the envelope and make us think differently, question more broadly, and walk away with a healthy dose of challenge and excitement.

This year’s plenary session will feature inspiring female change makers in education who will help all of us embrace new ideas in this challenging time. You won’t be disappointed.

SEE 2021 SPEAKERS


BONUS SESSIONS

We asked you all what sessions you’d like to see at 2021’s conference and —wow —did you send some great ideas. In fact, we had so many great session proposals that we are expanding the number of sessions to accommodate them.

Now in addition to breakout sessions on Monday (10/18), Wednesday (10/20), and Friday (10/22), we have also added sessions on the first day of conference, Thursday (10/14).

SAVE THE DATE


Remember, as a registered attendee, if you miss a session, you’ll be able to access it later because we’re recording all of them!

This year’s conference will be jam-packed with learning opportunities. We can’t wait to see you there!


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