Wednesday, September 9, 2015

MASFAA Conference: Jeff Baker to Present

Back By Popular Demand! The 2015 MASFAA Conference Registration is back to $365 for one more week!

Featuring guest speaker Jeff Baker from the Department of Education!



The 2015 MASFAA Conference Growing Seeds for Success promises to be a real Blockbuster!!  Grab some popcorn and click on the video above to view a sneak preview of what’s in store for you! 

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Jeff Baker
US Department of Education
Director, Policy Liaison and Implementation, Federal Student Aid


Jeff Baker has been a student aid professional for over 30 years. He began his career at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and later spent more than 20 years at San Francisco State University. Before entering the field of financial aid, Jeff was a public school teacher in the Port Washington Wisconsin public schools. For the past 15 years Jeff has been employed at the Department of Education, most recently as Director of the Policy Liaison and Implementation Staff for Federal Student Aid. In that capacity, Jeff advises senior FSA management on statutory, regulatory, and policy matters related to the Title IV Federal student aid programs. Jeff earned a Bachelor’s degree in Management from Northeastern University, and a Master’s degree in Education from the University of Wisconsin. He also completed postgraduate work in higher education administration at the University of Southern California.


Jeff has received numerous awards including the NASFAA Meritorious Achievement Award, the NASFAA Regional Leadership Award, the NASFAA State Leadership Award, the WASFAA Creative Leadership Award, the WASFAA Lifetime Membership Award, the CASFAA Distinguished Service Award, the CASFAA President’s Award, the CASFAA Honorary Lifetime Membership Award, and the Distinguished Service Award from the College Board.

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