NYSSBA 2020 Convention goes Virtual!
We have transformed our annual convention into a two-week virtual event.
Mark your calendars... The virtual convention will be held over a two-week period, October 20-22 and October 27-29, 2020.
You’ll receive the same great quality experience that you have come to know and enjoy from our in-person event.
Your 2020 NYSSBA convention experience will include exceptional programming that is relevant to the issues schools are dealing with this year, inspiring keynote speakers, pre-convention events, education expo, networking opportunities and even entertainment!
And the Annual Business Meeting will be held virtually on October 31.
Convention programming can be found here.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact the individual listed below for your specific inquiry:
Registration: Tami Beaudette, Member Engagement Specialist –– firstname.lastname@example.org or 518.783.0200
Programming/Speakers: Jennifer Kearney, Convention & Meeting Coordinator –– email@example.com or 518.783.3714
Education Expo: Anna O’Hara, Expo Manager –– firstname.lastname@example.org or 518.783.3710
Sponsorships: Cassandra Ingham, Business Development Manager –– email@example.com or 518.783.3726
General Convention: Barry Entwistle, Member Relations Director –– firstname.lastname@example.org or 518.783.3767
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FOR RELEASE: August 11. 2020
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