Speaker Reimbursement and Benefits Brian Sarna
Speaker Reimbursement and Benefits
Session Funding Guidelines
All proposals must indicate an honorarium for each speaker, even if $0 is requested.
The Professional Development Team will contact speakers directly to negotiate honoraria, if necessary.
The Professional Development Team will send all approved speakers a packet with required paperwork, including speaker agreement, housing, and travel forms.
Final negotiation of speaker honoraria and expense reimbursement will be handled by the Academy Professional Development Team.
All speakers must present for at least 30 to 40 minutes to receive an honorarium.
All sessions, regardless of classification (General or DPG/MIG Spotlight), fall within the funding guidelines as noted in the chart below.
Panelists, Moderators, Program Planners, Open Discussion Facilitators, etc. — Benefits ARE NOT available for these session roles.
Speaker Benefits for 2016
All FNCE® benefits are currently being benchmarked against industry standards. Final benefits offered to both member and non-member speakers are announced once the speaker has been accepted to present.
Sponsorship is no longer aligned with specific educational sessions.