State Leaders Program


August 17-19, 2020 | Boston, MA

State Leaders Program

NASHP’s State Leaders Program is a scholarship and continuing education opportunity designed for public officials in the executive and legislative branches of state government as well as those in state agencies. Through the generous contributions made by State Leaders Program Sponsors we are able to help ensure that public officials have access to the tools and resources they need to advance health policy in their state. State leaders benefit from learning best practices and innovative solutions from the nation’s leading experts, and through making meaningful connections with other state leaders.

Each $2,500 Scholarship Includes: 
• Round-trip airfare and ground transportation to #NASHPCONF20
• 3 Nights of lodging at the conference hotel
• Reimbursement of meals not covered by the conference registration
• Registration fee for all preconference and conference events

Each Sponsor will Receive: 
• Recognition on the conference website, mobile app and in conference mailings as a State Leaders Program Scholarship Sponsor
• Recognition from the podium during the opening plenary
• Recognition on conference signage and on the agenda at-a-glance as State Leaders Program Scholarship Sponsor

Contact Us For More Information About NASHP’s State Leader Program

“When it comes to addressing rising health care costs through innovative policies, NASHP has found a way to bring states together at its annual conference and move the dial forward. It is very important to make those direct connections with other state leaders and borrow from other’s playbooks.”

Norm ThurstonUtah State Legislator and Director of the Office of Health

“NASHP’s annual conference is a powerhouse of state leaders sharing ideas across Medicaid, governors staff, legislators, insurance, public health and so many more. You just can’t get that breadth of perspective anyplace else. If it’s a hot topic in states, NASHP is the place to get answers.”

MaryAnne Lindeblad Medicaid Director, Washington State Health Care Authority
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