A Call for Conference Session Proposals 2022

NABWIS 5th Annual National Conference | Virtual October 12 - 14

We invite you to share your knowledge and expertise with NABWIS professionals from across the United States. The NABWIS conference will be held virtually over Zoom in 55-minute sessions.

During each session, NABWIS will provide:

  • Live captioning services.
  • ASL interpreters upon request.
  • Tech support and session moderators.
  • A PowerPoint template for each speaker to use during the conference.

NABWIS is looking for innovative sessions that promote the field of benefits counseling and enhance the continuing education experience for members. We are looking for engaging speakers to share their expertise on disability, employment, and benefits. NABWIS encourages a range of sessions that target the beginner or the seasoned benefits planner. We are also seeking sessions which target benefit planning program managers and directors in their roles in program oversight and management, including innovative technology and program implementation processes.

Please submit your proposal no later than Friday, June 17, 2022. We cannot promise to consider your proposal if submitted after the deadline.

Speakers of approved sessions will be able to attend the conference at the reduced cost of $75. A maximum of two presenters is allowed per session for the 2022 NABWIS Conference.


Please contact James R. Sheldon at

Session Proposal Form

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