American Association of Daily Money Managers

2018 Annual Conference

Call for Presentations

“Connect. Create. Collaborate.”
November 2 – 4, 2018 | St. Louis, MO

All Levels Welcome
While basics are important, many of the AADMM conference attendees are experienced professionals who are looking for intermediate and advanced levels of training. Sessions should provide all members with knowledge they can take home and use in their practices.

About the Conference
Pre-Conference sessions, which occur during the day on Friday (separate registration required), include a three-hour “intensive” class. We kick off the conference for all attendees late Friday afternoon with our opening keynote speaker, followed by a dinner. Saturday is a full day of general sessions, our annual meeting, and breakout sessions. The conference continues on Sunday until mid-afternoon with a mix of general and breakout sessions.

The AADMM annual conference is an exceptional platform for you to share your expertise, discuss developments on issues that affect the populations we serve, and introduce innovations in practice. All proposals generated by this Call for Presentations will be considered for pre-conference, general and breakout sessions.

About the Selection Process
Proposals must be submitted electronically using the link below by March 19, 2018.

Complete the online form in its entirety, but do not send additional support materials at this time. The committee will select proposals based on overall quality, originality, Continuing Education Unit (CEU) applicability, appropriateness to this program and your presentation experience. Presenters who are accepted will be notified in May.

Handouts are required for all speakers and must be submitted electronically to AADMM by October 1, 2018.

Proposals will only be accepted by using the online form found here:

A call for Presentations Worksheet containing possible session topics and the questions on the online form can be downloaded here.
This worksheet will help you prepare your submission.
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