Mar 31, 2024

Keynote Sessions at NGPF's Virtual Conference

In case you missed it, NGPF is hosting a Virtual Conference on Saturday, April 13, 2024 - right in the middle of Financial Literacy Month. This is a perfect opportunity to refresh, re-energize, and re-up your resources and content knowledge!


A highlight of the Virtual Conference will be two keynote speakers. 

Mark Salisbury: Decoding the Latest FAFSA & Financial Aid Updates

What an eventful year it has been for FAFSA and financial aid! The FAFSA underwent updates, timelines were adjusted, and a wealth of new information emerged. Join expert Mark Salisbury from TuitionFit, in a Q&A session where he'll unravel the latest developments and essential insights regarding the FAFSA and financial aid. 


Dan Otter & Scott Dauenhauer: Empowering Educators with 403(b) Investment Knowledge

Since 2000, Dan Otter and Scott Dauenhauer have been dedicated to unraveling the complexities of the 403(b) retirement plan and promoting superior investment options for K-12 educators. Join them for this Q&A session, where they'll offer their wealth of knowledge on 403(b) plans. 


We look forward to seeing you and celebrating Financial Literacy Month together at the NGPF Virtual Conference! 


About the Author

Amanda Volz

Amanda joins the NGPF Team with over 20 years of experience teaching personal finance. During that time, she led her students to hundreds of thousands of dollars in scholarships, won multiple awards, and most importantly, impacted the financial lives of thousands of high school students. Amanda prides herself on being an educational leader and is constantly looking for innovative ways to make the classroom relevant, rigorous, and fun. She is a passionate advocate for financial education and has been a long-time member of the NGPF community. Fun fact - Amanda was NGPF’s first teacher account! When Amanda isn’t working, she enjoys cooking, gardening, and traveling with her husband and two children.

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