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NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

ABOUT NACA Executive Director Amber Shaverdi Huston, CAE Executive Assistant Cherie Prince EDUCATION & RESEARCH Director Sarah M. Keeling, Ph.D. Coordinator Kayla Brennan

The National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) is the recognized leader in higher education providing knowledge, ideas and resources for campus life. We provide our members with programs and events focusing on student and professional leadership development, program planning, concert management, diversity and more. Our school and associate members also have access to one of the largest campus activities networking and talent buying resources in the country.

FINANCE & OPERATIONS Director Brenda Baker

NACA® CORE VALUES

Manager Bill Ackmann

These core values are the fundamental beliefs that guide our behaviors and decision-making process. As a recognized leader in higher education, we believe our professional values are vital to the advancement of the Association and the campus activities profession.

NACA® REGIONAL STRUCTURE AND CONFERENCE DATES

MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS Director Hannah Maria Hayes

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LOUISIANA

ARLINGTON, TX

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Content Editor Glenn Farr

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Coordinators Angela Andrews Cindy Sands

Stewardship • Innovation • Communication • Respect • Learning • Inclusivity

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Welcome to the 2019 NACA® Northeast Regional Conference

Hello delegates, Welcome to the 50th NACA® Northeast Conference! Our theme this year is “Share Your Story.”As programmers, we are natural storytellers. Through our events, we create environments, design experiences, shape perspectives, and develop connections. During the next few days, we look forward to celebrating the many ways the stories we tell through campus programs have impacted our communities.

Adam Frank 2019 NACA® Northeast Regional Conference Chair

All good stories have strong context from which they build. Undoubtedly the programs we now plan come from the lessons we have learned from past Northeast conferences, and this year there will be special events for you to experience, including opportunities to interact with former NACA® Northeast leaders who have shaped the history of campus programs. As we reflect on where we have come from, we also invite you to help us dream, plan and begin to write the next chapters of the NACA® Northeast story. We can do this by hearing from each and every one of you. Share what makes you and your campus unique; we need to hear your perspectives. And not only that, use this time to enhance your own personal stories: attend a session you wouldn’t normally go to, engage with individuals outside your community, talk to new associates in the Campus Activities Marketplace, participate as an on-site volunteer by visiting the Volunteer Center, and bring new programs, ideas and connections back to your campuses. As you dive into the many opportunities we have ready for you, I urge you to take advantage of the knowledge of our NACA® Northeast Storytellers, the members of the Regional Conference Program Committee (RCPC). We are here to help you, so please don’t be afraid to ask us questions. Our team is made up of professional staff, undergraduate and graduate students, and associate members, and I am so grateful that they have given so much of their time and talents. If you would like to help orchestrate the 2020 Northeast conference, please join us for the RCPC interest session on Saturday! No matter if this is your first or 50th NACA® Northeast, make the most of your time the next few days. Take this opportunity to reflect, discover and learn. So, I suppose the only thing left to ask is, what’s your story?

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ABOUT THE NACA® NORTHEAST REGIONAL CONFERENCE Please make sure all mobile devices are on silent mode during the conference.

HEY! Where are the Ed Sessions? In an effort to provide you with the most up-to-date content (and to be environmentally conscious), all educational session descriptions, presenters and room assignments are listed in the NACA® App. Download it, set your schedule and get your learning on!

There will be a limited number of paper handouts listing the session titles and descriptions at registration.

EXHIBITING SHOWCASE

On display throughout the conference near the Marketplace in Exhibit Hall Prefunction

The True Black History Museum OTHER

A riveting historical experience that you will never forget. The College Agency Booth 205 & 207 

TBHMuseum

Donate and Get a Perk Every donation you make could earn you some great perks and giveaways to make your conference experience all the more enjoyable! The more money you give, the more you’ll qualify for! Rewards and prizes are limited, so be sure to donate before they disappear. • With any donation, you’ll get the opportunity to purchase an exclusive “Share Your Story” conference theme T-shirt. • In observance of Northeast’s 50th anniversary, you’ll receive a memorable anniversary keepsake for a $50 donation. • Get Starbucks delivered to you to kick off your morning. • Donate to get a pizza party for you and your delegation after a long day of conference excitement! • Win some giveaways from NACA® Northeast and other regional institutions.

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Pie a NACA Northeast Legend

Single Date Price:............................$3,250+R 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,950+R 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,750+R Contract On-Site Discount:...........See agent.

The competition will be fierce this year to see pies flying directly into the faces of your favorite advisors, colleagues, associates, acts and agents! Donate to the NACA® Foundation Fundraiser during Campus Activities Marketplace and get the chance to pie one of our favorite NACA Northeast Legends, including McCullough Award Winners, the 2019 NACA® Northeast Regional Conference Chair and some well-known associates and advisors.​

Home Base: Detroit, MI

Fred Saffold III is the CEO and founder of The True Black History Museum, a traveling exhibit with artifacts dating from the late 1700s to the 21st century. The museum was established to preserve the history of AfricanAmerican people and to educate others of the many great contributions African-Americans have made to mankind. The mission is to instill selfesteem and pride, and to increase knowledge, awareness, cultural sensitivity and understanding for the historic experience of African-Americans. The collection is comprised of over 1,000 authentic artifacts, with original documents from historic figures such as Booker T. Washington, Mary McLeod Bethune, George Washington Carver, Rosa Parks, Frederick Douglass, Angela Davis, President Barack Obama and many other great African-Americans. The museum has been viewed by over 35,000 people throughout the US on college campuses, at schools and in churches.

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CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

All events are in the Connecticut Convention Center unless noted otherwise. Educational Session Rooms: CCC Meeting Rooms 11-17, 21-23, 26-27, Cityside Lounge and Riverside Lounge, Marriott A

Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019 10 AM–8 PM................................. Campus Activities Marketplace Exhibitor Load In................................................................................................................... Hall B 10 AM–8 PM................................. Registration/Volunteer Center Open............................................................................................................................................ Hall A Lobby 10 AM–8 PM................................. Educational Session Presenter Check In....................................................................................................................................... Hall A Lobby 10 AM–8 PM................................. Advisor/Associate Member Lounge Open................................................................................................................................... Suite A 2:20 PM–3:20 PM...................... How to Do Business at NACA............................................................................................................................................................. Rooms 24-25 3:30 PM–5 PM............................. Associate Member Orientation....................................................................................................................................................... Rooms 24-25 3:30 PM–5 PM............................. Conference Kick-Off............................................................................................................................................................................. Hall A 5:05 PM–6:20 PM...................... Conference Welcome Dinner........................................................................................................................................................... Ballroom AB 6:25 PM–7:55 PM........................ Showcase.................................................................................................................................................................................................. Hall A 7:45 PM–8:30 PM....................... Student Government & Residence Hall Association Advisor Networking Session....................................................... Marriott - Suite 408 8 PM–10 PM.................................. Campus Activities Marketplace...................................................................................................................................................... Hall B 8:30 PM–9:30 PM...................... Graduate Student Connect Session............................................................................................................................................... Room 12 9:30 PM–10:15 PM...................... New to NACA Reception (Professional Staff/Graduate Students)...................................................................................... Marriott-Suite 408 10:05 PM–11:05 PM.................... Friends of Bill W. Meeting................................................................................................................................................................... Room 21 10:05 PM–11:05 PM.................... Special Event Showcase...................................................................................................................................................................... Ballroom C 10:05 PM–11:05 PM.................... Advisor/Associate Member Reception.......................................................................................................................................... Marriott-Marriott DE Friday, Nov. 8, 2019 8 AM–9 AM................................... Graduate Student Connect Session............................................................................................................................................... Room 12 8:30 AM–5 PM............................ Registration/Volunteer Center Open............................................................................................................................................ Hall A Lobby 8:30 AM–10 PM.......................... Advisor/Associate Member Lounge Open................................................................................................................................... Suite A 9 AM–9:50 AM............................ Educational Sessions............................................................................................................................................................................ Various Locations 10 AM–10:50 AM........................ Latecomers’ How to Do Business at NACA................................................................................................................................... Rooms 24-25 10 AM–10:50 AM........................ Educational Sessions............................................................................................................................................................................ Various Locations 10 AM–10:50 AM........................ Live Events Action Group (LEAG) Info Session............................................................................................................................ Room 23 11 AM–12:25 PM............................ Lecture Showcase.................................................................................................................................................................................. Hall A 12:30 PM–1:45 PM....................... Conference Lunch.................................................................................................................................................................................. Ballroom AB 12:30PM–1:45 PM....................... Block Booking Meeting........................................................................................................................................................................ Rooms 24-25 12:30PM–1:45 PM....................... Professional Development Luncheon (Advance Ticket Required)...................................................................................... Marriott-Marriott CDE 1:50 PM–3:30 PM....................... Showcase.................................................................................................................................................................................................. Hall A 2 PM–3:15 PM............................... Professional Educational Sessions.................................................................................................................................................. Various Locations 3:15 PM–4:15 PM.......................... Advisor Roundtable: Late Night & Weekend Programming Strategies........................................................................... Suite A 3:35 PM–5 PM............................. Campus Activities Marketplace...................................................................................................................................................... Hall B 5 PM–7 PM.................................... Dinner on Your Own/Delegation Meetings 6:30 PM–6:50 PM...................... School Swap Set Up.............................................................................................................................................................................. Ballroom C 6:50 PM–7:50 PM....................... School Swap............................................................................................................................................................................................. Ballroom C 7:30 PM–8:30 PM...................... Diversity Reception............................................................................................................................................................................... The Landing 8 PM–9:40 PM............................. Showcase.................................................................................................................................................................................................. Hall A 8:15 PM–9 PM............................... Programming Board Advisor Networking Session................................................................................................................... Marriott-Suite 408 9:15 PM–10:15 PM........................ Past Conference Chairs Reception................................................................................................................................................. Marriott - Suite 408 9:45 PM–10:45 PM..................... Campus Activities Marketplace...................................................................................................................................................... Hall B 9:45 PM–10:45 PM..................... Graduate Student Connect Session............................................................................................................................................... Room 12 10:50 PM–11:50 PM.................... Friends of Bill W. Meeting................................................................................................................................................................... Room 21 Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 8 AM–9:30 AM............................ Professional Development Breakfast (Open to all Graduate Students/ Professional Staff)..................................... Marriott-Capital Ballroom 8 AM–6 PM................................... Marketing Competition Display...................................................................................................................................................... Ballroom A Lobby 8:30 AM–5 PM............................ Registration/Volunteer Center Open............................................................................................................................................ Hall A Lobby 8:30 AM–10 PM.......................... Advisor/Associate Member Lounge Open................................................................................................................................... Suite A 9 AM–9:50 AM............................ Educational Sessions............................................................................................................................................................................ Various Locations 9 AM–10:50 AM.......................... Block Booking Meeting........................................................................................................................................................................ Rooms 24-25 9:15 AM–10:15 AM....................... Advisor Roundtable: Managing & Motivating Student Involvement................................................................................ Suite A 10 AM–10:50 AM........................ Educational Sessions............................................................................................................................................................................ Various Locations 11 AM–12:20 PM........................... Showcase.................................................................................................................................................................................................. Hall A 11:10 AM–12:10 PM....................... Graduate Student Connect Session............................................................................................................................................... Room 12 12:20 PM–2:20 PM..................... Lunch on Your Own 12:20 PM–2:20 PM..................... NACA Northeast 50th Anniversary Luncheon (Advance Ticket Required)..................................................................... Marriott-Capital Ballroom 12:20 PM–1:20 PM...................... Friends of Bill W. Meeting................................................................................................................................................................... Room 21 1:30 PM–2:30 PM........................ Advisor Roundtable: Self Care & Appreciation Among Student Affairs Professionals............................................... Suite A 2 PM–3 PM.................................... Associate Member Town Hall............................................................................................................................................................ Rooms 24-25 3:15 PM–4:15 PM.......................... Advisor Roundtable: Share Your Story – Advice for New Advisors..................................................................................... Suite A 2:20 PM–3:10 PM........................ Educational Sessions............................................................................................................................................................................ Various Locations 3:20 PM–4:50 PM...................... Showcase.................................................................................................................................................................................................. Hall A 3:20 PM–4:10 PM........................ Professional Educational Sessions.................................................................................................................................................. Various Locations 4:30 PM–5:30 PM...................... 2020 Regional Conference Planning Committee (RCPC) Interest Session.................................................................... Room 21 4:55 PM–5:55 PM....................... Campus Activities Marketplace...................................................................................................................................................... Hall B 5:55 PM–6:05 PM...................... Delegation Meetings/Break 3:20 PM–4:50 PM...................... Showcase.................................................................................................................................................................................................. Hall A 6:05 PM–7:35 PM....................... Closing Dinner & Awards Banquet.................................................................................................................................................. Ballroom AB 7:45 PM–9 PM.............................. McCullough Reception (Invitation Only)....................................................................................................................................... Marriott-Capital Ballroom 7:45 PM–9:05 PM....................... Showcase.................................................................................................................................................................................................. Hall A 9:10 PM–10:10 PM....................... Campus Activities Marketplace...................................................................................................................................................... Hall B 10:10 PM–12 AM........................... Campus Activities Marketplace Exhibitor Load Out............................................................................................................... Hall B 10:15 PM–11:15 PM........................ Special Event Showcase...................................................................................................................................................................... Ballroom C 10:15 PM–11:15 PM........................ Block Booking Meeting........................................................................................................................................................................ Rooms 24-25 10:15 PM–11:15 PM........................ Graduate Student Connect Session............................................................................................................................................... Room 12

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CONFERENCE COMMITTEE Conference Chair

Communications Coordinator

Special Events Staff

Westchester Community College (NY)

Wesleyan University (CT)

Bryant University (RI)

Adam Frank

Shelissa Newball

Lindsey Proulx

Volunteer Development Coordinator

Student Projects Coordinator

Special Events Staff

Westchester Community College (NY)

Fairleigh Dickinson University (NJ)

Becker College (MA)

Tiago Machado

Education & Professional Development Coordinator

Kyle Neary

Conor Leary

Nikki Curley

Volunteer Center Coordinator

Treasurer/Registration Coordinator

Trinity College (CT)

Sarah Lawrence College (NY)

Sarah Lucas

Valerie Romanello

Boston College

Diversity Initiatives Coordinator

Awards Coordinator

Showcase Selection Coordinator

New York University

Babson College (MA)

Quinnipiac University (CT)

Melissa Mayard

Angel Long

Hannah Pancak

Business Networks Coordinator

Advisor Networks Coordinator

Regional Block Booking Coordinator

Stonehill College (MA)

Springfield College (MA)

Anna Maria College (MA)

Steve Pagios

Julie Koivisto

Associate Member Projects Coordinator

Orientation & Hospitality Coordinator

Fun Enterprises

Southern Connecticut State University

Ken Abrahams

Eric LaCharity

Lizette Zajko

Assistant Block Booking Coordinator

Nathan Emery

Fitchburg State University (MA)

Associate Member Projects Liaison

Social Media Coordinator

Foundation Fundraiser Coordinator

Party People

Westchester Community College (NY)

Springfield College (MA)

David Hulme

Rachele Hall

Kali Barnhart

Showcase Production Coordinator

Assistant Social Media Coordinator

School Swap Coordinator

Transitional

Mercy College (NY)

Southern New Hampshire University

Robbie Steinberg

Campus Activities Marketplace Coordinator

Jen Haugen

Hannah Berling

Shannon Gayron

Special Events Coordinator

Marketing Competition Coordinator

Fordham University (NY)

Albertus Magnus College (CT)

Tommy Balestracci

Jason Howell

Bates College (ME)

Conference Logistics Coordinator

Special Events Staff

Eastern Connecticut State University

Springfield College (MA)

Casey Kensey

Brianna Kirk

Professional Development Coordinator

Brian Foley

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science

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CONFERENCE COMMITTEE Registration Staff

Sarah Horrax

Central Connecticut State University

Graduate Intern (Education & Professional Development)

Jackie O’Keefe

Marketplace Staff

Elise Yonika

Regis College (MA)

Becker College (MA)

Registration Staff

Graduate Intern (Logistics)

Marketplace Staff

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science

Boston College/Babson College (MA)

Mercy College (NY)

Mackenzie Ford

Bianca Phillips

Jason Gloe

Registration Staff

Graduate Intern Mentor (Volunteer)

Marketplace Staff

Assumption College (MA)

Salem State University (MA)

Dean College (MA)

Kaitlin Bevins

Graduate Intern Coordinator

Casey Mulcare

Suffolk University (MA)

Melissa Arroyo

Graduate Intern Mentor (Business Networks)

Sarah Rine

Brittany Korbel

Marketplace Staff

Katelyn Hurley

American International College (MA)

University of Massachusetts-Lowell

Graduate Intern (Business Networks)

Jahmil Effend

Eastern Connecticut State University

Graduate Intern Mentor (Education & Professional Development)

Annie Warchol

Leadership Fellow

Jorge Gonzalez

Bridgewater State University (MA)

Springfield College (MA)

Gradute Intern (Volunteer)

Graduate Intern Mentor (Logistics)

Southern Connecticut State University

Southern New Hampshire University

Charlotte MacDonald

Board Liaison to National Volunteer Teams

Demetria Bell Anderson

Gavin Telfer

NACA Liaison

Dionne Ellison NACA Office (SC)

Marquette University (WI)

NATIONAL SHOWCASE SELECTION TEAM REPRESENTATIVE Coordinator-Elect

Andee Fisher

Delaware Valley University (PA)

NATIONAL SHOWCASE PRODUCTION TEAM REPRESENTATIVE

NATIONAL BLOCK BOOKING TEAM REPRESENTATIVE

Coordinator

Coordinator

Nichols College (MA)

Salisbury University (MD)

Elizabeth Gionfriddo

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EDUCATION, DIVERSITY & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Inclusive Practices:

A How-To Guide for Inclusive Programming Practices 1. Language can hurt, so think before you speak! Instead of using “guys,” say, “you all,” “y’all” or “everyone.” Using “you” alone can also mean more than one. 2. Review your marketing pieces before printing them. Are they easy to read? Do they use inclusive language? Do they use inclusive imagery? These are important questions to ask before you post/print. 3. Incorporate a variety of food choices at events. Include vegetarian, vegan, dairy-free and gluten-free options. 4. Team up with multicultural/diversity groups, clubs and organizations on your campus. They are great resources to help you navigate, plan and execute campus events. 5. Keep in mind those with visible and invisible disabilities. Is your event location easy to access? Do you need ramps? Rails? Warning labels for strobe lights? 6. Be inclusive with your T-shirt giveaways. Order a full range of sizes (XS – 3XL).

7. When marketing your event, be sure to use a variety of strategies. Incorporate web, social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat), A-frames, email communication, etc. 8. Are you showing a movie? Consider providing closed captioning. 9. When introducing yourself, include your pronouns. “Hello, my name is Marissa and I use she/ her/hers pronouns.” (You can add them to your Convention badges at registration if you haven’t already!) 10. Did you have a big program “OOPS”? Hold a campus town hall meeting to generate a space for students to offer feedback. 11. Hosting an open-mic night? Concerned someone might take the stage and go off script? Create a performer agreement form outlining general guidelines/expectations and university policies. 12. Create a safe, fun and educational experience. Make this your first event-planning priority. 13. Get to know your student demographics. Seek student input on what they would like to see on campus.

14. Does your university offer inclusive restrooms? If not, create a coalition to begin researching and exploring how to make gender-inclusive restrooms a reality. 15. When planning your board’s training, be sure to include topics centering on diversity, identity and social justice. But don’t let these be one-time topics. Continue the conversations at executive meetings and during office hours. 16. Create a diversity outreach position on your executive board. This position should focus on diversity programming and initiatives. 17. In your assessment, create open-ended questions when collecting information on student demographics. 18. When recruiting individuals for your board/ team, promote positions in new and different locations to help build diversity among your group. 19. When planning programs, have intentional conversations around identity and culture. Avoid feeding into cultural appropriation or perpetuating stereotypes.

Find All-Gender Restrooms in the Ballroom Level of the Connecticut Convention Center.

Affinity Chats The goal of the newly developed Affinity Group Chat series is to provide an encouraging space for people of various identities to share their experiences as campus activities professionals, including their challenges and successes. These chats are open to all attendees: •W  omen in Student Activities

Add Your Pronouns to Your Name Badge Did you know you can select your gender and personal pronoun preferences when you login to your NACA profile? They’ll be included (if you choose) on your name badge at NACA events. If you didn’t get a chance to update your profile before you arrived, no worries! We have stickers on hand at registration.

• Allies in Student Activities • Black/African American in Student Activities •A  sian American/Pacific Island in Student Activities • L atinx in Student Activities • L GBTQIA+ in Student Activities For schedule and location, check the NACA® App.

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EDUCATION, DIVERSITY & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FEATURED SPEAKER As an associate counsel in the SUNY Office of General Counsel and Chair of the Student Affairs Practice Group, Joseph C. Storch concentrates his practice on student affairs and intellectual property, and serves as principal investigator on more than $9 million in grants and external funding in violence prevention and response. He has trained thousands of higher education professionals, furnished technical guidance to numerous education institutions, organizations and associations; advised legislators and staff at the federal and state level; and testified twice to United States Senate Committees (Armed Services, 2019; Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, 2016). In 2014, Storch received the Commissioner’s Award from the State University Police for contributions to safety on campus. In 2015, he served as a technical adviser to the Office of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, developing comprehensive legislation that was enacted as Education Law Article 129-B. That same year, the National Association of College & University Attorneys awarded him its First Decade Award. In 2017, the One Love Foundation recognized his work in relationship violence prevention with its Unsung Hero Award and in 2018 the Pride Center of the Capital Region presented him its Straight But Not Narrow Award. Storch serves as principal investigator of the SUNY’s Got Your Back program, which has donated nearly 100,000 comfort bags to victims and survivors of violence; the Student Conduct Institute, which provides low-cost, cutting-edge response training to higher education professionals; and the SPECTRUM conference, which has trained over 1,000 people in addressing violence against LGBTQIA+ students.

Joseph Storch Associate Counsel, SUNY Office of General Counsel

Storch graduated summa cum laude from SUNY Oswego where he served as vice president of the student association, from the University at Albany with a Masters of Public Policy, and from Cornell Law School where he served as Moot Court Board Chancellor. After graduating, he clerked for the New York State Appellate Division, 3rd Department. He serves as executive editor of the Student Affairs Compliance Report and Analysis and is the author of more than 70 articles and book chapters in law reviews, practitioner journals and popular media. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LUNCHEON Friday, Nov. 8 • 12:30–1:45 PM • Marriott-Marriott CDE

Leading from the Front: How Campus Activities Professionals Can Lead in Preventing & Responding to Sexual and Interpersonal Violence As federal and state law around preventing and responding to sexual and interpersonal violence change and become more complex, this session will discuss ways in which Student Affairs and Campus Activities professionals can best serve students using best practices. We will discuss the laws on point and resources available to best serve students. Note: The Professional Development Lunch is open to all professional staff and graduate students who signed up during online registration. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL SESSION Friday, Nov. 8 • 2–3:15 PM • Room 22 This session will continue the Professional Development Lunch presentation, taking a deeper dive into the topic.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT BREAKFAST Saturday, Nov. 9 • 8-9:30 AM • Marriott–Capital Ballroom

Writer, Editor, Supporting Character or Spectator? Your Role in the Story of Campus Activities

Facilitated by Cindy Kane, Ph.D., Special Assistant to the Provost for Strategic Initiatives, Bridgewater State University (MA) Whether your professional story is just beginning at chapter one, in the middle of an action-andadventure plot, or at a mysterious pause with “to be continued,” our story within the campus activities field is being written in a crucial time in the evolution of higher education. Join us for this breakfast so we can spend a little time on “us.” We’ll talk personal career development, the evolution of the campus activities in the profession, and think about what keeps us going in order to chart a strong future for ourselves and our institutions. Get up early for this session to start your day with some fuel for your career! This breakfast is open to all professional staff and graduate students. It is sponsored by Fun Enterprises.

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Diversity Initiatives Booth Stop by the Welcome Area on Friday and Saturday and share your story of allyship, community and inclusion, and grab resources for supporting students from marginalized communities’ backgrounds.

Diversity Reception Join us from 7:30 to 8:30 PM Friday at The Landing for a celebration of diversity and inclusion in campus activities.

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FACILITY MAPS CONNECTICUT CONVENTION CENTER

MARRIOTT

EXHIBIT HALL LEVEL

HALL B CAMPUS ACTIVITIES MARKETPLACE

HALL A CONFERENCE KICK-OFF SHOWCASES

SUITE A

Suite A................... Advisor/Associate Member Lounge

LEVEL 6

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LUNCHEON

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT BREAKFAST

ADVISOR/ASSOCIATE RECEPTION

Marketing Competition Display BALLROOM A LOBBY

Lobby..................... All-Gender Restrooms Ballrooms AB......... Thursday Conference Dinner Friday Conference Lunch Saturday Conference Dinner & Awards Banquet Ballroom C............ School Swap

Get inspired by other NACA® Northeast member schools’ creativity when you visit the Marketing Competition Display. Competitors rounded up and submitted their best graphics and promotional items. It’s a great way to learn how other schools are getting the word out about campus programming. Start thinking about what you can submit in 2020!

Room 12................. Graduate Student Connect Sessions Room 21................. Friends of Bill W. Meetings Rooms 24-25........ How to Do Business at NACA Block Booking Meetings Associate Member Orientation

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ABOUT THE CAMPUS ACTIVITIES MARKETPLACE Hello, NACA® Northeast Attendees! The Campus Activities Marketplace puts you and your fellow campus programmers in direct contact with artists, agencies and vendors who serve the college entertainment market. It’s an ideal setting for connecting with artists who’ve showcased (and learning about those who’re not showcasing this year), novelty vendors, speakers who presented educational sessions, independent artists and various agencies who provide an array of services. Here are some tips to make the most of your time there: • Engage in conversations about your campus needs. For example, a programming calendar with specific dates you’re looking to fill will help steer conversations on availability and routing for an artist. Be prepared to talk about specific campus interests. 
 • If an agent does not meet your needs, let them know and either steer them toward someone on your delegation who may be interested, or take their contact information for future reference. Always remember: The next best thing to a “yes” is “no, thank you.” •K  now what your campus can and can’t do with regard
to requesting dates, rider accommodations, sound, travel, contracts, etc., and know your budget and calendar to avoid booking conflicts. •S  hare appropriate contact information so agents can follow up with you. Be clear about how you prefer to be contacted: phone, email or text. Also, let agents know the best times to contact you. • Interact with all the booths. Some won’t have showcasing acts, so you might not know what they can offer unless you speak to them. •N  etwork, make relationships and talk about your school’s culture and what works or doesn’t work on your campus. •V  isit acts in their booths after they’ve showcased to thank them and/or welcome them to NACA, and look for booth demos: They can be very informative. Be respectful toward agents and artists. Bookings are their livelihood and they have invested time and money to be available to you. • Take promotional materials and information, but only if someone from your delegation hasn’t yet done so. 
 • If you find yourself confused or uncomfortable during an exchange with an agent, tell your advisor or a member of the NACA staff. Marketplace time is intended be fun and productive. • Plan times and locations where your delegation can meet daily to discuss booking possibilities. 
 • F ollow up with agents after the conference. Nothing is more frustrating for an agent than having a good conversation in the booth and then hearing nothing after the conference. If you’re still working out program details before you can commit, share your timeline with the agent. And, if you change your mind about an act, let the agent know as soon as possible. • Plan your schedule and distribute your energy appropriately, as it’s important to be present at each Campus Activities Marketplace session for any new information you may discover. •S  hare your excitement about the Marketplace and all you learn there. The more excited you are about bringing an act to campus, the better your event will be. •R  emember that you are here to do business, maintain and/or create relationships and improve your campus events.

VOTE

for On-Site-Selected Showcase! You can help decide who performs in the final Showcase on Saturday night. See the Campus Activities Marketplace Staff Booth for more info.

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DOING BUSINESS @ NACA

BLOCK BOOKING — when three or more geographically close schools work with NACA® associate members in the booking process to coordinate dates and times, maximizing routing for a given act or performer.

BLOCK BOOKING GLOSSARY Block 3 or more schools geographically close to one another working together to coordinate times when an artist can perform. Form The digital avenue to alert an artist or their agent that a school has interest.

3 OR MORE SCHOOLS (reasonably close to each other)

BOOK THE SAME ARTIST (within a few days)

COORDINATE THEIR DATES (minimizing artist’s travel expenses)

EVERYBODY WINS! (artist gets gigs, schools save cash, students see a show)

5/7 or 5 of 7 5 performances in a 7-day span by the same artist with schools geographically close to one another.

WHAT DO THOSE LETTERS AFTER THE ARTIST’S PRICE MEAN? The artist’s price may or may not include the following: Sound (S), Lights (L), Rooms/Lodging (R), Meals (M) and Travel (T). For example, a price with “ + T” indicates that you will be responsible for the artist’s travel. Plan your Block Booking accordingly.

Single Date Price:..............................$1,000+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.......$900+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):.......$700+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:............$75

ANY TIME, ANYWHERE Book the perfect artist with NACA® 24/7!

Log in to NACA® 24/7 and discover associate member artists and services, see video clips of performances, read reviews from other schools and get pricing information — when and wherever you need it! naca.org/NACA247

3/5 or 3 of 5 3 performances in a 5-day span by the same artist with schools geographically close to one another.

SI: Strong Interest Lowest level of interest, can be a range of dates not to exceed 1 month. Schools can upgrade at any time. SD: Single date Low level of interest, should be a specific date. Schools can upgrade at any time. CB: Contract if Block Forms School fully intends to execute a contract if a block forms. CR: Contract Requested on Site School fully intends to execute a contract even if a block does not form. CP: Contracted Performance Indicates that the artist is unavailable due to another performance. Schools and associates are encouraged to upgrade all business to CP after schools return to their campuses and finalize their schedules. Anyone can participate in Block Booking! Schools can use low levels to notify Associates to stay in touch after the Convention.

Check with agency/artists to determine if prices listed include applicable state and local taxes. The National Association of Campus Activities makes no representations regarding applicable state and local taxes.

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DOING BUSINESS @ NACA Three areas of a National Association for Campus Activities live event work together to help school and associate members conduct effective business.

SHOWCASE

MARKETPLACE

Performers apply and are selected through an extensive process to showcase their talent.

An exhibition by associate members of campus entertainment and services.

Engage in the business process by giving your full attention and taking notes. Come with an open mind about how acts could possibly fit on your campus.

Engage in the business process by interacting with all of the booths, developing relationships with associates and inquiring about artist needs if you plan to move forward in the booking process.

BLOCK BOOKING

When three or more geographically close schools to book the same artist, maximizing routing and saving everyone money. Engage in the business process by formally showing interest or booking an act by submitting a form through the NACA® 24/7 system. This member-only benefit occurs only during a live NACA event, any special pricing offers are available for a limited time only to conference attendees.

Watch for a brand new Block Booking experience at NACA® Live, the reimagined national convention experience debuting Feb. 22-26 in Denver! naca.org/nacalive

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THURSDAY, NOV. 7

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

DAY 1 « Thursday, Nov. 7 10 AM–8 PM......................Campus Activities Marketplace Exhibitor Load In........................................................................... Hall B 10 AM–8 PM......................Registration/Volunteer Center Open.................................................................................................... Hall A Lobby 10 AM–8 PM......................Educational Session Presenter Check In.............................................................................................. Hall A Lobby 10 AM–8 PM......................Advisor/Associate Member Lounge Open........................................................................................... Suite A 2:20 PM–3:20 PM............How to Do Business at NACA.................................................................................................................... Rooms 24-25 3:30 PM–5 PM..................Associate Member Orientation............................................................................................................... Rooms 24-25 3:30 PM–5 PM..................Conference Kick-Off.................................................................................................................................... Hall A 5:05 PM–6:20 PM...........Conference Welcome Dinner.................................................................................................................. Ballroom AB 6:25 PM–7:55 PM.............Showcase......................................................................................................................................................... Hall A 7:45 PM–8:30 PM............Student Government & Residence Hall Association Advisor Networking Session............... Marriott - Suite 408 8 PM–10 PM.......................Campus Activities Marketplace.............................................................................................................. Hall B 8:30 PM–9:30 PM...........Graduate Student Connect Session...................................................................................................... Room 12 9:30 PM–10:15 PM............New to NACA Reception (Professional Staff/Graduate Students)............................................. Marriott-Suite 408 10:05 PM–11:05 PM.........Friends of Bill W. Meeting.......................................................................................................................... Room 21 10:05 PM–11:05 PM.........Special Event Showcase............................................................................................................................. Ballroom C 10:05 PM–11:05 PM.........Advisor/Associate Member Reception................................................................................................. Marriott-Marriott DE

ROVING ARTISTS

Performing all day throughout the conference venue

Names & Faces

Lauren Light

Asian name painting and caricatures on tees, hats, mugs and magnets.

Engaging pop-soul artist with a unique spin on current hits.

OTHER

Everything But the Mime Booth 112 namesfaces  everythingbutthemime Home Base: Orlando, FL 

Single Date Price:............................$1,995+RT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,950+RT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,850+RT Contract On-Site Discount:...........50

This husband-and-wife team brings unique, personalized artwork to your campus or event. Caricatures by Jeff Mandell offers six exciting styles, such as Carica-tees, Stuck on You magnets, mugs and hats, done digitally and traditionally. Pippi uses authentic self-made brushes to complete these creative keepsakes in mere minutes. You get a work of art that links your name with good luck.

MUSIC

Brave Enough Artist Agency Booth 319-321 

lauren_light

 lauren_light

Home Base: Lexington, NC Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,100+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,000+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

In the music industry today, inspiring and making a true connection with your audience is a lost art. This is where Lauren Light’s story begins. She has the ability to connect and provide an unmatched energy and musicality like no other. Her sound is often compared to the likes of Adele, Katy Perry, Alanis Morissette and Fiona Apple, but Light’s style is defined by a unique quality all its own. On stage, she artfully crafts the perfect blend of rock, pop, storytelling and powerfully soulful vocals. Her performances have a way of transcending the typical expectation of what a live music experience can be, consistently showcasing something new and different with each set played. No matter the venue space, her music and performance remain powerful and true.

ARTIST PRICING

S: Sound L: Lights R: Room M: Meals T: Travel Block Price: Price based on multiple dates in a given number of days Contract-On-Site Discount: Discount given for confirming a date and requesting a contract at the conference; may not apply to all artists

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CONFERENCE KICK-OFF « 3:30–5 PM « Hall A Ensure all mobile devices are in silent mode during showcases and other conference events. The National Association of Campus Activities makes no representations regarding applicable state and local taxes. Check with agency/artists to determine if prices listed include applicable state and local taxes.

Wacky Chad OTHER

Mix of hilarious stand-up comedy, unusual tricks and stunts. Cutting Edge Entertainment Booth 104-106 wackychad  wackychad Home Base: Boston, MA 

Single Date Price:............................$2,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,100+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,900+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........100

Wacky Chad’s award-winning pogo stick skills, charmingly funny jokes and antics got him on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” (twice!), “The Gong Show,” “Das Supertalent” and a performance at the Superbowl. For more than 15 years, stunt comedian Wacky Chad has entertained thousands of crowds at schools, fairs, festivals, theaters, colleges and universities in over 25 different countries. Prepare to be amazed, and if you don’t like laughing, go somewhere else. #wackychad

Rob Haze COMEDY

Seen on “The Tonight Show” and “Adam Devine’s House Party” on Comedy Central. Sophie K. Entertainment, Inc. Booth 304 robertistheMan  robhaze Home Base: Brooklyn, NY 

Single Date Price:............................$2,000+SLRM 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,750+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,500+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Rob Haze is a comedian originally from Atlanta, GA who is a writerperformer on “Sherman’s Showcase” on IFC. He recently made his late-night debut on NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and was featured on last season’s “Flophouse” on Viceland and “Adam Devine’s House Party” on Comedy Central. He was a New Face in the 2015 Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and can be seen on the ninth season of “Last Comic Standing.” Haze resides in Brooklyn, NY, where he was named by Brooklyn Magazine as one of 50 funniest people in Brooklyn. He is the 2015 winner of the Laughing Skull Comedy Festival and was named by Creative Loafing as one of the 25 people to watch in 2015. He was a member of the StandUp NBC college tour in 2013. Haze started performing stand-up while at the University of Georgia and prides himself on bringing people together rather than tearing them apart.

Free Money Game Show OTHER

Answer questions, complete challenges and get free money! Neon Entertainment Booth 212-214 

neonent

 neon_entertainment

Home Base: Reston, VA

Single Date Price:............................$1,975+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,775+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,525+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

The Free Money Game Show is like “Minute to Win It” and “Jeopardy!” rolled into one. Answer questions, complete challenges and you will get free money! Every Free Money Game is hosted by a professional comedian, which makes the show exciting, interactive and fun. And, each game includes $200 of free money, guaranteed. The Free Money Game Show has lots of audience participation, with up to 40 to 50 students in each game. At almost every show, everyone who wants a chance to participate in the show gets a chance to do so. There is no need to sign up. All students have to do is be there at the event and they will be eligible to play. There are multiple winners throughout the game and at least four different rounds, depending on the size of your crowd, which means there are many chances to win the free money!

Cecilia Grace MUSIC

A hilarious, sweet, genuine, female pop singer who’s excited to make new friends! The Barry Agency Booth 401-405 

ceciliagraceog

 ceciliagracemusic

Home Base: Los Angeles, CA Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,200+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,100+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Baltimore pop artist Cecilia Grace began imprinting her mark nine years ago at open mics, leaving audiences stunned by her breathtaking vocals. She is known for how she makes audience members and her online following feel like her best friends. If you like hits by Justin Bieber, Ariana Grande, Maroon 5, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Fleetwood Mac, Backstreet Boys, The Weeknd or Drake, you’ll like her “Cecilia-Graced” style. Grace has played over 400 shows across dozens of US cities and the Philippines, including 15 college shows and numerous festivals. Her fans describe her as hilarious and sweet and that she has a spunky, relatable spirit with the voice of an angel.

ARTIST PRICING

S: Sound L: Lights R: Room M: Meals T: Travel Block Price: Price based on multiple dates in a given number of days Contract-On-Site Discount: Discount given for confirming a date and requesting a contract at the conference; may not apply to all artists

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CONFERENCE KICK-OFF « 3:30–5 PM « Hall A Jared Goldstein COMEDY

Christian Escoto COMEDY

He’s gay, Asian and Jewish; please stop asking.

Filipino entertainer who uses his electrical engineering degree to be a clown.

Kirkland Productions & KP Comedy Booth 325-327

The Barry Agency Booth 401-405

heyjaredhey

 heyjaredhey

Home Base: Los Angeles, CA

cgescoto

 cgescoto

Home Base: Washington, DC

Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,250+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,150+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,150+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,050+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Originally from Long Island, NY, Jared Goldstein sang a Backstreet Boys song that he dedicated to his mother at his bar mitzvah. He also sang in a sketch on SNL written by Tina Fey and on Broadway for two years at Madison Square Garden. But now he’s a waiter at Hamburger Mary’s, the home of Drag Queen Bingo. He is also a Los Angeles-based comedian/actor who has appeared on “Modern Family” (ABC), “Rizzoli & Isles” (TNT) and “Counterpart” (STARZ). Goldstein will be 31 this year and has never had a boyfriend.

Born and raised in Washington, D.C., Christian Escoto began performing stand-up comedy after his high school graduation. Since then, he has regularly performed around the DC area and the Baltimore region. Using his quick wit and stage persona, he entertains audiences with clean jokes and stories about growing up in the DC area as a Filipino-American. Escoto has performed multiple times at the DC Drafthouse Comedy Theater, the Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse, the DC Improv, the Howard Theater, and Lisner Auditorium and has opened for the national touring improv troupe the Groundlings, Filipino comedian Rex Navarrete, UK comedian Shazia Mirza and Chilean comedian Fabrizio Copano.

Snap Boogie OTHER

A high-energy combination of multidisciplinary dance, pop and lock! Metropolis Management & Entertainment Group Booth 301-303 snapboogie  TheRealSnapBoogie Home Base: Boston, MA 

Single Date Price:............................$2,000+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,850+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,650+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

He’s been called a “beast” on the dance floor, and was featured on season six of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent!” Snap Boogie’s show is a highenergy combination of multi-disciplinary dance, pop and lock, audience participation, comedy and crazy physical stunts.

NACA® Northeast 2020 We can’t wait to see you back next year in Hartford! If you want to help plan the next NACA® Northeast Regional Conference, be sure to join the conference planning committee interest session from 4:30 to 5:30 PM on Saturday, Nov. 9 in Room 21. We need a wide variety of talents to help create our conferences. Find out how you can get involved.

ARTIST PRICING

S: Sound L: Lights R: Room M: Meals T: Travel Block Price: Price based on multiple dates in a given number of days Contract-On-Site Discount: Discount given for confirming a date and requesting a contract at the conference; may not apply to all artists

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SHOWCASE « 6:25–7:55 PM « Hall A Monique Heart – RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars OTHER

Fierce, famous and fabulous drag queen. Reel Management Booth 225 

iammoniqueheart

 iammoniqueheart

Home Base: Los Angeles, CA Single Date Price:............................$9,000+SLR 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$8,500+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$8,000+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........See Agent.

Born and raised in Long Island, NY, Kevin Richardson (a.k.a. Monique Heart) was heavily influenced by his religious mother. In 2008, he moved to Kansas City, where he dedicated his life to full-time ministry, as well as to become an assistant leader in an ex-gay ministry. By September 2010, he began to explore cosmetology and realized he had an untapped passion. One year later, Monique Heart was born after Richardson hosted an event in drag. He’d spent his life on the church stage, singing, dancing, speaking and teaching, and when he first got on stage as “Monique,” it was as if his life had come full circle. In 2018, Monique hit the big time, wowing audiences on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” with her funny, pointed commentary. She returned in 2019 for “RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars,” making it to third place. Her wit, emceeing, dance moves, comedy and ... er ... heart ... will win your students over.

Jen Kober COMEDY

Fat, funny and fearless. Quick-witted improv with a Southern charm. Admire Entertainment, Inc. Booth 517 

JenKober

 jenkober

Home Base: Los Angeles, LA Single Date Price:............................$3,500+SLRM 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$3,250+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$3,000+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........0

Originally from Lake Charles, LA, Jen Kober finds the funny in daily life from the Waffle House and Walmart to binging on Girl Scout cookies. She’s been NPR’s winner of the best comedic story on their hit show “Snap Judgment” two years in a row – in 2017 for “The Girl Scout Cookie Caper” and in 2018 for “How I Was Saved by Waffles.” She energetically brings crowds to their feet with her original blend of stand-up, storytelling and improvised rock-n-roll comedy. Phenomenally funny, Kober commands the stage and dares you not to laugh. You can see her on Netflix this year as she appears as Officer Lafayette in RuPaul’s sitcom “AJ & The Queen” and as a co-star in “Dead to Me” starring Linda Cardellini, Christina Applegate and Ed Asner.

Lakin

Kelsey Cook

Singer-songwriter with an Alicia Keys-meets-John Mayer sound.

Comedian and world-champion foosball player seen on Fallon and Comedy Central.

DMS, Inc. Booth 316

Summit Comedy, Inc. Booth 201-203

MUSIC

LakinDaie

COMEDY

KelseyCook

 lakindaie

 kelseycookcomedy

Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,000+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$900+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Single Date Price:............................$2,500+SLR 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,000+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,750+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Lakin is one of those rare artists who can be both raw and refined, expressing deeply personal truths with poetic lyrics and stately songwriting. Garnering favorable comparisons to John Mayer, Sara Bareilles and Alicia Keys, Lakin has opened for such acts as Sheryl Crow, Colbie Caillat, Brian McKnight and Gladys Knight. In addition to these marquee engagements, Lakin remains a fixture around college campuses, having played 100 colleges across the US over the past few years. A native Southern Californian, Lakin grew up in a musical household. Her father is an accomplished jazz musician who toured with George Benson. Lakin’s mother taught her how to play piano and introduced her to the cathartic process of writing poetry. Her latest album, “Silent Conversations,” showcases these influences, engaging the painfully challenging intersection between love and loss. This aptly titled collection of folk-influenced soul-pop unfolds a narrative of salvation through honesty.

Kelsey Cook is the daughter of an international yo-yo champion and a professional foosball player, which made for a humor-filled childhood. She recently made her late-night debut on NBC’s “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” as well as her Comedy Central debut on “This Is Not Happening.” Her other television appearances include “AXS TV Presents Gotham Comedy Live,” “Punchline” and “Laughs” on FOX, “Uproarious” on FUSE and “Greatest Party Story Ever” on MTV. She’s the host of her own show, “Wrists of Fury,” on the All Things Comedy online network. Cook splits her time between Los Angeles and New York, where she is a paid regular at The Comedy Cellar, The Stand, Gotham Comedy Club, New York Comedy Club and The Laugh Factory. She’s a regular guest on “The Jim and Sam Show” on SiriusXM and co-hosts the “Self-Helpless” podcast with fellow comedians Taylor Tomlinson and Delanie Fischer.

Home Base: Los Angeles, CA

Home Base: Los Angeles, CA

ARTIST PRICING

S: Sound L: Lights R: Room M: Meals T: Travel Block Price: Price based on multiple dates in a given number of days Contract-On-Site Discount: Discount given for confirming a date and requesting a contract at the conference; may not apply to all artists

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SHOWCASE « 6:25–7:55 PM « Hall A Backtrack

Paul Schissler

A cappella powerhouse and YouTube sensation based in New York City.

Paul is like Splenda—he’s sweet, but there’s something kind of off.

MUSIC

Metropolis Management & Entertainment Group Booth 301-303 

backtrackvocals

 backtrackvocals

Home Base: New York, NY Single Date Price:............................$3,200+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,500+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,950+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Founded in 2013, Backtrack is quickly defining themselves as a powerhouse a cappella group throughout their hometown, New York City, and beyond. This five-member group performs a variety of music, with an emphasis on covers of today’s top pop music. The group won the 2016 YouTube Next Up competition and was described by Business Insider as one of the “34 up-andcoming YouTube stars you should be watching right now.”

Stacey Kay MUSIC

Sings like Adele, but raps like Cardi B. Houla Entertainment, LLC Booth 511-515 

StaceyKayMusic

 staceykaymusic

Home Base: Toronto, ON Single Date Price:............................$2,500+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,100+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,900+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Stacey Kay was a finalist on Season 10 of “America’s Got Talent” (NBC) and had a viral video that made national news of her spontaneously performing one of Busta Rhymes’ fastest raps in a South Carolina Walgreen’s. Her unique and powerful voice, paired with her machine-gun rapping style, has garnered her online videos millions of views. Kay’s covers of several hit songs have gained respect and recognition from the original artists, including Meghan Trainor, Bebe Rexha, Fergie, Iggy Azalea, Jennifer Hudson and Chris Brown, to name a few. A career highlight was performing with Stevie Wonder’s band for a David Foster concert series. She has captivated audiences across Canada, the US, Asia and Europe. This year, Kay released her first full-length album titled “11 O’Clock Number.” Follow her on social media @StaceyKayMusic.

COMEDY

Wally’s World of Entertainment, Inc. Booth 426 

paulschissler

 paulschissler

Home Base: New York, NY Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,150+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,000+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Comedian Paul Schissler is like Splenda – he’s sweet, but there’s something kind of off. A total badbutt, he’ll challenge your view of “clean comedy” with a mix of embarrassing stories, fears and explosive optimism, leading you to laugh about all those things your mom told not to laugh about as a kid – sex, crazy family members and telling everyone you wanted to grow up to be a raccoon. Schissler has appeared on “The Steve Harvey Show,” the Discovery Channel and FOX and was in the New York Comedy Festival. He also starred in an episode of the “CoupleThings” web series. He regularly performs around New York City at Gotham Comedy Club, The Creek & The Cave, NY Comedy Club, The Stand, The Triad Theater and other venues across the city. He also performs and hosts private events, conferences and corporate functions.

VOTE

for On-SiteSelected Showcase! You can help decide who performs in the final Showcase on Saturday night. See the Campus Activities Marketplace Staff Booth for more info.

ARTIST PRICING

S: Sound L: Lights R: Room M: Meals T: Travel Block Price: Price based on multiple dates in a given number of days Contract-On-Site Discount: Discount given for confirming a date and requesting a contract at the conference; may not apply to all artists

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SPECIAL EVENT SHOWCASE « 10:05–11:05 PM « Ballroom C Playback Bingo

Like ‘em? Love ‘em? Gotta book ‘em now? Write it down!

OTHER

Combining the nostalgic fun of bingo with your favorite musical hits. PP Entertainment Group Booth 127-133  perfectpartiesusa

Home Base: Peabody, MA Single Date Price:............................$2,950 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,800 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,650 Contract On-Site Discount:...........150

From the creators of Condom Casino and Artificial Ice Events comes a brand new interactive bingo experience. Playback Bingo combines the nostalgic fun of the classic coverall game with your favorite musical hits from today and yesterday. Our high-energy host will keep your group moving and grooving for hours. This is not your grandma’s bingo! With over 75 music categories to choose from and over 75 songs in each category, we have just the right soundtrack for any group. Game board numbers are replaced with the names of the most famous songs of all time. Players will sing along to their favorite jams while marking their Playback Bingo card for a chance to win prepaid gift cards. Playback Bingo is designed to last up to three hours, which gives your group a chance to experience the fun of three different playlists. Mark your free space and join the fun!

ARTIST PRICING

S: Sound L: Lights R: Room M: Meals T: Travel Block Price: Price based on multiple dates in a given number of days Contract-On-Site Discount: Discount given for confirming a date and requesting a contract at the conference; may not apply to all artists

What makes NACA® Northeast special? You will receive a post-event electronic survey. In it are several questions from the Live Events Action Group, the volunteer team that has led the visioning behind NACA® Live, the reimagined national convention experience that debuts in February. LEAG wants to hear about your regional conference experience. Please fill out the survey! And, be sure to answer the Question of the Day! Watch the NACA® App and social media.

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FRIDAY, NOV. 8

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

DAY 2 « Friday, Nov. 8 8 AM–9 AM........................Graduate Student Connect Session...................................................................................................... Room 12 8:30 AM–5 PM.................Registration/Volunteer Center Open.................................................................................................... Hall A Lobby 8:30 AM–10 PM................Advisor/Associate Member Lounge Open........................................................................................... Suite A 9 AM–9:50 AM.................Educational Sessions................................................................................................................................... Various Locations 10 AM–10:50 AM..............Latecomers’ How to Do Business at NACA.......................................................................................... Rooms 24-25 10 AM–10:50 AM..............Educational Sessions................................................................................................................................... Various Locations 10 AM–10:50 AM..............Live Events Action Group (LEAG) Info Session.................................................................................... Room 23 11 AM–12:25 PM.................Lecture Showcase......................................................................................................................................... Hall A 12:30 PM–1:45 PM............Conference Lunch......................................................................................................................................... Ballroom AB 12:30PM–1:45 PM.............Block Booking Meeting............................................................................................................................... Rooms 24-25 12:30PM–1:45 PM.............Professional Development Luncheon (Advance Ticket Required).............................................. Marriott-Marriott CDE 1:50 PM–3:30 PM.............Showcase......................................................................................................................................................... Hall A 2 PM–3:15 PM....................Professional Educational Sessions.......................................................................................................... Various Locations 3:15 PM–4:15 PM...............Advisor Roundtable: Late Night & Weekend Programming Strategies................................... Suite A 3:35 PM–5 PM...................Campus Activities Marketplace.............................................................................................................. Hall B 5 PM–7 PM..........................Dinner on Your Own/Delegation Meetings 6:30 PM–6:50 PM...........School Swap Set Up..................................................................................................................................... Ballroom C 6:50 PM–7:50 PM............School Swap................................................................................................................................................... Ballroom C 7:30 PM–8:30 PM............Diversity Reception...................................................................................................................................... The Landing 8 PM–9:40 PM..................Showcase......................................................................................................................................................... Hall A 8:15 PM–9 PM....................Programming Board Advisor Networking Session........................................................................... Marriott-Suite 408 9:15 PM–10:15 PM.............Past Conference Chairs Reception........................................................................................................ Marriott - Suite 408 9:45 PM–10:45 PM...........Campus Activities Marketplace.............................................................................................................. Hall B 9:45 PM–10:45 PM...........Graduate Student Connect Session...................................................................................................... Room 12 10:50 PM–11:50 PM.........Friends of Bill W. Meeting.......................................................................................................................... Room 21

ROVING ARTISTS

Performing all day throughout the conference venue

Doug’s Wire Writing OTHER

A single piece of wire is magically bent into names, dates, phrases, titles, pictures, symbols, etc. Everything But the Mime Booth 112 

carolnomimes

 everythingbutthemime

Home Base: Orlando, FL

Single Date Price:............................$1,750+RT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,650+RT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,550+RT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Doug’s Wire Writing is a unique art form in which a single piece of wire is magically bent into any requested shape — names, dates, phrases, titles, pictures, symbols, etc. – right before your very eyes. And in only one to two minutes! It’s limited only by your imagination and it’s truly mesmerizing to watch. Even better, you walk away with a one-of-a-kind work of art.

Ryan LaPerle MUSIC

Boston-based pop singer-songwriter. Brave Enough Artist Agency Booth 319-321 

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Home Base: Boston, MA Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,100+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,000+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Singer-songwriter Ryan LaPerle joined the Boston music scene back in 2008 and has been flourishing since, sharing the stage with national artists like Matthew Perryman Jones, The Kin and Joshua James. His passion has always been to sing. As a child, he would find himself singing Michael Jackson and other Motown favorites in the car with his mother. This passion has since grown and transcends when he’s on stage. In 2009, LaPerle self-produced and released his first full-band EP, “Disguise.” During the past eight years, he has won singersongwriting contests throughout Boston and played venues such as Berklee Performance Center and Cafe 939, The Middle East, Club Passim, The Living Room in New York City and numerous colleges and universities, and he has been selected to showcase or as a showcase alternate at five NACA conferences.

ARTIST PRICING

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FRIDAY, NOV. 8

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

LECTURE SHOWCASE « 11 AM–12:25 PM « Hall A Hayden Kristal Sign Language & Intersectionality COMEDY

Intersectional accessibility: Creating unity and resources for whole people. Kirkland Productions & KP Comedy Booth 325-327 haydenkristal  haydenkristal Home Base: Detroit, MI 

Single Date Price:............................$3,200+SLRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$3,100+SLRT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$3,000+SLRT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Living life at the intersection of multiple marginalized identities has led deaf queer activist and comedian Hayden Kristal (they/them/their) to a career exploring the intersections of ability, gender and sexuality within the spheres of activism and social justice. Addressing topics of diversity and intersectionality with humor and candor, Kristal has spoken for colleges and organizations across the country, including Harvard, Yale, Columbia, the Connecticut Supreme Court and TEDx. Their most popular program, “GaySL: A Crash Couse in LGBTQ+ American Sign Language and Intersectionality,” is a highly interactive and hilarious program that fosters a broader group discussion about horizontal marginalization, intersectionality and how to create intersectionally accessible spaces while teaching its participants LGBTQ-related American Sign Language signs.

All Signs Point to Maybe: Transgender Is ... LECTURE

Fostering understanding of transgender people. The Contemporary Issues Agency, Inc. Booth 312 

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 believeinmaybe

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Join Maybe Burke as they tell the story of growing to reject binary gender roles, choosing their own name, and staying true to themself. Through personal anecdotes and Q&A, Burke works to break down their personal journey of coming into nonbinary trans identity as a way to foster an understanding of transgender people and inspire listeners to be true to themselves. They has been featured in a number of cabarets and showcases, from the International Human Rights Art Festival at St. Ann and the Holy Trinity Episcopal Church to the Nasty Women Unite Festival at Joe’s Pub. Burke’s solo cabaret, “Accidental Trans Anthems,” premiered in Trans Fest at The Brick 2017.

A Shot of Reality

I Love Female Orgasm

Improv comedy, audience participation and education about alcohol awareness.

Funny sex ed lecture that really is all about orgasms.

Bass/Schuler Entertainment Booth 320-322

Sex Discussed Here! Booth 208

LECTURE

SORshow

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ilovefemaleO

 mitourco

 ilovefemaleorgasm

Single Date Price:............................$3,300+SLR 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,800+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,450+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

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The No. 1 alcohol-awareness program in the country, A Shot of Reality is presented by two professional comedians who not only use comedy to engage the audience, they also attack the serious weight of this national campus epidemic. Created by health professionals, local police and members of various alcohol rehab programs, the presenters share a realistic, interactive discussion about the destructive and deadly consequences of alcohol abuse, DUIs, assault, health issues and more. This program has been performed for the Navy, Army and hundreds of colleges and provides a fresh take on a popular topic. A Shot of Reality is many schools’ favorite program to satisfy alcohol-awareness training, especially for orientation. If you’re looking for the best way to educate your students on responsible behavior when encountering alcohol, this is it.

I Love Female Orgasm combines sex education and women’s empowerment with a hearty dose of laughter. We bring a playful, honest approach to this topic, packing the house on college campuses. With warmth and humor, we illuminate the subject of female orgasm for everyone, whether you want to have your first one, you’re hoping to help your partner, or you’re debating the existence of the G-spot or “to fake or not to fake?” Students love that we work in pairs, bringing multiple perspectives to the conversation. Administrators often compliment us on presenting “sexy” material in a tasteful, appropriate manner. And, we know that sexual violence prevention is most effective when it is consent-focused and models positive, healthy sexuality. The program of www.sexualityeducation.com has been presented over 600 times in 41 states and is often praised for being extremely inclusive of people of all genders, gender identities and sexual orientations.

Home Base: Chicago, IL

Home Base: Albany, NY

ARTIST PRICING

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FRIDAY, NOV. 8

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

LECTURE SHOWCASE « 11 AM–12:25 PM « Hall A From the Streets to the Stage

VOTE

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Inspiring storytelling and poetry will empower students to overcome obstacles. The Contemporary Issues Agency, Inc. Booth 312 

TRU_Motivation

 montivation

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From sleeping in parks to drug-addicted parents, writer, actor, model and motivational speaker Monti Washington has had quite a journey to live out his American dream. Because of constant change and frequent moving around as a foster child, Washington was determined to break the stigma and stereotypes attached to many foster children and decided to take action to reach his goals and follow his dreams to become a prestigious actor and motivational speaker. For nearly eight years, he has starred in independent films, appeared in numerous commercials and has had the opportunity to speak at more than 130 venues (including colleges and conferences) across the nation. He has appeared on a number of television outlets, including CBS and Spike TV, and appears as Terrence in BET’s newest drama series, “Games People Play.”

for On-SiteSelected Showcase! You can help decide who performs in the final Showcase on Saturday night. See the Campus Activities Marketplace Staff Booth for more info.

ARTIST PRICING

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LUNCHEON « 12:30–1:45 PM « Marriott-Marriott CDE Leading from the Front: How Campus Activities Professionals Can Lead in Preventing & Responding to Sexual and Interpersonal Violence As federal and state law around preventing and responding to sexual and interpersonal violence change and become more complex, this session will discuss ways in which Student Affairs and Campus Activities professionals can best serve students using best practices. We will discuss the laws on point and resources available to best serve students. Note: The Professional Development Lunch is open to all professional staff and graduate students who signed up during online registration. PROFESSIONAL EDUCATIONAL SESSION Friday, Nov. 8 • 2–3:15 PM • Room 22 This session will continue the Professional Development Lunch presentation, taking a deeper dive into the topic.

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Joseph Storch Associate Counsel, SUNY Office of General Counsel

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FRIDAY, NOV. 8

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

SHOWCASE « 1:50–3:30 PM « Hall A Ebony Stewart

Chad Browne-Springer

Socially conscious and entertaining poetry that incorporates education and storytelling.

Cutting-edge, melodic looping vocalist with a sprinkle of storytelling.

The College Agency Speakers Booth 205 & 207

KultureMEDIA Booth 504

SPOKEN WORD

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MUSIC

legendarysuperc

 GullyPrincess

 legendarysuperc

Single Date Price:............................$1,950+SLR 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,800+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,650+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

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Ebony Stewart is a former sexual health instructor, touring performance artist and slam poet. The only adult, female three-time Slam Champion in Austin, TX, she was voted Top Female Touring Poet by the Spoken Word Awards and is the 2017 Women of the World Poetry Slam Champion. Her work can be seen on Button Poetry, Write About Now Poetry and Poetry Slam Inc. Sometimes known as the “Gully Princess” with the resting bitch face, Stewart writes because she has to and eats cupcakes for fun.

Chad Browne-Springer is an audiovisual artist from East Hartford, CT who has released a multitude of eclectic compositions. Growing up, he dived into multiple musical quests, having some classical, musical theatre and jazz vocal training. With a developing interest in instruments, he started to fuse these different elements into a unique sound of his own. His first statement to the world was what some would call Frank Ocean meets John Mayer, an acoustic EP titled, “Hi I’m Chad.” Following this project, he picked up a new “instrument,” FruityLoops Studios, which opened up a new world of crossing genres for him. Creating the new sound “E.R.B” (Electronica and R&B), he made a second statement displaying his wide array of tastes and potential on the full-length album, “The Wonders of the Wanderer.” He subsequently released a body of work titled “Miscellaneous Morsecode: Frequency,” which highlighted his virtuoustic arrangements, boundless sound palette and sampling acuity.

Steven Brundage

Mia S. Willis

Rubik’s Cube magician from “America’s Got Talent.”

Celebrating queerness, Blackness and miniature refrigerators.

GP Entertainment Booth 617-621

RK Entertainment Agency, LLC Booth 613-615

Home Base: Houston, TX

MAGICIAN

BrundageMagic

 brundagemagic

Home Base: Hartford, CT

SPOKEN WORD

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Home Base: Los Angeles, CA

Home Base: Tallahassee, FL

Single Date Price:............................$2,850+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,650+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,400+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Single Date Price:............................$1,750+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,500+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,150+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

During the 2016 season of NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” judges called Steven Brundage’s show “amazing” and “an incredible piece of magic.” The 25-year-old professional magician is best known for his impossible-to-believe routines with Rubik’s Cubes and specializes in close-up, sleight-of-hand magic that shocks and delights audiences of all sizes. Though he started as a close-quarters street performer, Brundage relishes the challenge of using technology and audience participation to adapt his astonishingly original tricks to stage shows with large audiences – the more skeptical the better. In addition to “America’s Got Talent,” Brundage has appeared on “Good Morning America,” “The Today Show,” “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” (he fooled them) and “The Steve Harvey Show.”

Mia S. Willis is a poet and teaching artist whose work has been featured by Curating Alexandria, WORDPEACE, Peculiar, Foothill, Button Poetry and Slamfind. Their poem “hecatomb,” won the 2018 Foothill Editors’ Prize and was nominated both for a Pushcart Prize and for inclusion in Best New Poets. They ranked fourth at the 2018 Women of the World Poetry Slam, placed fifth at the 2018 Southern Fried Poetry Slam, and won the 2018 Capturing Fire Slam. Willis was also a member of Tender Bitch, the winning team at the 2018 Feminine Empowerment Movement Slam Tournament. In 2019, they’ve been named the Young Artist Fellow at Chashama’s ChaNorth summer residency, as well as a Lambda Literary Fellow in Poetry. monster house., Willis’ debut collection, was the 2018 winner of the Cave Canem Foundation’s Toi Derricotte & Cornelius Eady Chapbook Prize and is available now with Jai-Alai Books.

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2020 NACA® SUMMER INSTITUTES

HUGE LEADERSHIP WEEKEND John Newcombe Tennis Ranch (TX)

PROGRAMMING BOARD INSTITUTE Location TBD

SUMMER LEADERSHIP EVENT Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort (FL)

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS INSTITUTE Location TBD

Audience: Students, New and Seasoned Professional Staff

Audience: Students and Advisors

NATIONAL LEADERSHIP SYMPOSIUM Location TBD Audience: Professional Staff

Audience: Students and Advisors

Audience: Professional Staff In Partnership with ACUI

STUDENT GOVERNMENT INSTITUTE East–Location TBD

In Partnership with NCLP

Audience: Students and Advisors

CONCERT MANAGEMENT INSTITUTE Vanderbilt University (TN)

Audience: Students and Advisors

West–Location TBD

Audience: Students and Advisors

Dates and locations to be announced soon. Check naca.org/institutes for the latest updates. naca.org/northeast

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RE G NO IS W TRA O TI PE O N N The newly reimagined national convention experience Feb. 22–Feb. 26 • Denver, CO

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Connection. Engagement. Growth. The National Association for Campus Activities’ national event in 2020 will be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. In fact, 2020 is NACA’s 60th anniversary, so there is a lot to celebrate. Keep checking naca.org/nacalive as it will be updated regularly with new details!

What’s New?

New Showcase Opportunities This means a change in categories, themes (bands, coffeehouse), a stage in the Campus Activities Marketplace, and the launch of Learning Live, a new, round-robin structure for Lecture Showcases. Extended Exhibit Hall Hours More time for business networking, and with a specific hub right in the middle of Campus Activities Marketplace. No More Block Booking Meetings This activity will now be the center of the Campus Activities Marketplace, but with a focus on active caucusing and networking. Lounges Look for places to relax and network inside the exhibit hall. Redesigned Educational Sessions Gone are the days of point-and-click or generic presentations. No More Boxed Lunches You’ll get more time to actually eat and relax over a meal you choose. New Registration Experience You asked and we’re doing what we can to deliver the option for self-serve check in, complete with QR codes for enhanced networking opportunities. Experience Denver You’ll have time and opportunities to explore this great city! Come celebrate NACA’s 60th anniversary in a new (to NACA) city at a new event!

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FRIDAY, NOV. 8

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

SHOWCASE « 1:50–3:30 PM « Hall A Shayne Smith

Evie Joy

Fast-paced comedy about escaping gang involvement and other hilarious life stories.

Uke and piano with loop machine performing originals and covers.

BARK Entertainment Booth 413

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COMEDY

MUSIC

Shaydozer

 shaydozer

Home Base: Los Angeles, CA

Home Base: new york, NY

Single Date Price:............................$1,500+SLRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,300+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,100+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........100

Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,150+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,050+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Former gang member, current comedian, future famous comedian, Shayne Smith is a co-host on the “Freaky Geeks” podcast as well as winner of the 2015 Salt City Comedy Superstar contest. He was voted best Alternative Comedian of 2016 by City Weekly. Growing up, Smith escaped the small country town of Fillmore, UT, which boasts a population of around 2,000 on the best of days. He explores the true horror stories of his life with lighthearted surreal interpretations, proving you can’t judge a book by its tattooed-face cover. Always outgoing and overflowing with contagious positivity, Smith is someone you don’t want to miss.

At just under five-feet tall, Manhattan resident Evie Joy plays her set with no shoes on for a more grounded performance. A multi-instrumentalist, she uses her ukulele, a keyboard, a bass, multiple percussive instruments (including a banana), and a loop pedal to build vocal/ instrumental arrangements live. Joy studied opera for 12 years but currently plays what she calls “ukulele rap” and has toured all over the globe, from London to Seattle and even on Caribbean Cruise Lines. A recipient of the Johnny Mercer Fellowship, she gets the crowd laughing by adding funny oneliners between verses. “There is a sadness in everything,” she says regarding including her comedy in her music, “but that’s where we should find humor.” Having been recognized by PopDust for writing “a canticle of female empowerment,” one of her passions is to inspire women to live their truest, most powerful lives, unburdened by social norms.

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The only college and university performer to win Entertainer of the Year multiple times in the same year! Metropolis Management & Entertainment Group Booth 301-303 

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 saileshthehypnotist

Home Base: San Francisco, CA Single Date Price:............................$2,850+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,500+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,200+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Award-winning hypnotist Sailesh makes audience members the stars of the show, taking the entire audience on a journey using hypnosis, improv, music and interactivity to create a whole lot of laughter and a ton of fun! Awarded Entertainer of the Year multiple times in the same year, Sailesh has won APCA’s Hypnotist of the Year AND Entertainer of the Year. He has also been named Campus Activities Magazine’s Entertainer of the Year, has been nominated and named runner-up for Best Male Entertainer of the Year, named Best Novelty Act the past two years and named Hypnotist of the Year. This is one show your audience must see!

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NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

SHOWCASE « 8–9:40 PM « Hall A Amy G

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A hysterical one-woman show featuring outrageous physical comedy.

Utilizing slam poetry to cultivate a more empathetic humanity

The Circus Estate Booth 506-508

Brave Enough Artist Agency Booth 319-321

COMEDY

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Single Date Price:............................$2,500+SLRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,200+SLRT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,950+SLRT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Single Date Price:............................$2,000+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,500+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,300+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Amy Gordon (aka Amy G) has thrilled audiences with her unique mix of physical, musical and improvisational comedy in over 40 countries. Her original material has been seen at Broadway’s New Victory Theatre, the Sydney Opera House, the Kennedy Center, the Adelaide International Festival, Festival International de Teatro de Bogota and Just For Laughs, among others. Since 2006, she’s featured with the twice Olivier Awardwinning circus cabaret, La Soiree, including an award-winning (Best Unique Theatrical Experience) off-Broadway season at the Union Square Theatre and most recently at London’s Aldwych Theatre on the West End. She and La Soiree have also enjoyed long seasons in Paris, Melbourne, Sydney, Dublin, Stockholm, Chicago, Adelaide, Brisbane, Buenos Aires, Hong Kong, Manila and more. For six years, she was the comic emcee/singer for Palazzo’s “Fool for Love” (Amsterdam, Berlin, Vienna, Stuttgart Nuremberg and Hamburg).

Andre Bradford, aka S.C. Says, is an Austin-based slam poet who has been performing since 2013. He’s toured and featured at venues, universities and conferences across the country, and his work has been featured in/on The Huffington Post, The Edge radio, The Culture Trip and Blavity. He is a two-time Austin Poetry Slam champion and a three-time Texas Grand Slam finalist, and was a member of the 2015 National Championship Team. He also once popped a bag of popcorn without burning a single kernel, which is arguably one of his greatest achievements. His poetry covers a gamut of topics ranging from being of mixed race, to gun control, to mental health awareness and to never settling in relationships. Slam poetry is an art form he loves due to its raw vulnerability and its ability to cultivate transparency and encourage dialogues about many different walks of life.

Jonathan Burns: Flexible Comedian

Salsa Magic

Home Base: New York, NY

OTHER

Extremely funny and interactive performer with over 500 appearances so far. Fresh Variety Booth 502 flexiblecomedy  flexiblecomedy Home Base: Lancaster, PA 

Single Date Price:............................$2,100+RT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,900+RT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,700+RT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Jonathan Burns always thought he was “special.” He was the kind of kid who would put his leg over his head at the family reunion or perform musical armpit farts to impress the girls. In 2004, contorting his body and impressing people with his unusual talents became his full-time job. Since then, Burns has performed at over 250 colleges and universities, at festivals across the US, Canada, China, Ireland, Switzerland, the UK and New Zealand, and he was featured on “The Jay Leno Show” (NBC) and “The Late Show with David Letterman” (CBS).

Home Base: Austin, TX

OTHER

The No. 1 college Latin dance party. Celebrating 16 years! The College Agency Booth 205 & 207 

salsamagicshow

 salsamagicshow

Home Base: Washington, DC Single Date Price:............................$2,750+SLR 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,450+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,250+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Why go to the club when Salsa Magic brings the club to you? There simply isn’t a more exciting, interactive, diverse and educational form of entertainment than Salsa Magic. Lee “El Gringuito” Smith and Kat La Gata, professional Latin dancers who’ve taught in over 800-plus cities around the world, teach various international styles of merengue, bachata and salsa! Students will learn the cultural roots of the dances as they have the time of their lives. Once the 90 minutes of lessons are over, get ready for fun dance competitions where students can win awesome prizes. Get ready to hear the best in salsa, merengue, bachata, reggaeton and Today’s hits as DJ Gringuito spins and keeps the party moving. Salsa Magic has performed at over 550 Colleges in 50 states, teaching more college students to Latin dance than anyone in the world. You get three hours of non-stop entertainment. Salsa Magic has showcased at every NACA region with over 25 NACA showcases since 2004.

ARTIST PRICING

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FRIDAY, NOV. 8

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

SHOWCASE « 8–9:40 PM « Hall A Kyla Jenée Lacey SPOKEN WORD

Feminist, cat lady, domestic violence and depression survivor. Metropolis Management & Entertainment Group Booth 301-303 

KylaJLaceytweet

 KylaJLacey

Home Base: Atlanta, GA Single Date Price:............................$2,000+SL 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,900+SL 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,600+SL Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Kyla Jenée Lacey is an accomplished third-person bio writer and the favorite daughter of two very fortunate parents. She is also their only daughter. Lacey has performed at over 200 colleges in over 40 states. Her work has received over 25 million views and been acknowledged by Lenny Kravitz, Busta Rhymes, Kehlani, Chance the Rapper and Lily Allen, just to name a few. Her poetry has been featured by AfroPunk, George Takei, Occupy Democrats, and Write About Now. She has written articles for Huffington Post, the Root and BET. Her poetry has been used in classrooms, as a teaching tool for race and gender studies, and has been viewed all over the world. She has been a finalist at the largest regional poetry slam in the country five times and has been nominated numerous times by Campus Activities Magazine as Female Performer of the Year. Her poetry covers love, loss, domestic violence, race, feminism, sexual assault, allyship and more. She is known for her thought-provoking approach to politics, her storytelling and her refreshing humor, all of which she incorporates in her show. She is a polyglot, history buff and twerk enthusiast.

Summoning Spirits

Free DAPs – (Two teams available) COMEDY

Improvised hip-hop comedy show inspired by audience suggestions. Degy Booking International Booth 216-218 & 318 freedaps Home Base: Orlando, FL 

Single Date Price:............................$2,450+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,250+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,750+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Free DAPs is a group of freestyle rappers and improvisers who have been using hip-hop to create thrilling, one-of-a-kind musical comedy shows. Their authentic brand of improvised, freestyle rap has brought them acclaim in the worlds of comedy and underground hip-hop. Since their formation, Free DAPs has performed at Disney World, Universal Studios, the NBA Playoffs and over 150 college campuses, not to mention comedy and rap venues across the US and Canada. The Free DAPs team is made up of international recording artists, battle rap champions and even a couple Guinness World Record holders (Longest Team Freestyle Rap, if you’re curious). Now, it’s time to bring their show to you!

Like ‘em? Love ‘em? Gotta book ‘em now? Write it down!

MAGICIAN

Séance-meets-magic show that will make you scream! Bwah Productions Booth 314 

peterboie

 peterboie

Home Base: Arundel, ME Single Date Price:............................$2,900+SLRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,750+SLRT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,550+SLRT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Reach beyond the grave with an all-new show that will make you scream! Summoning Spirits is a séance-meets-magic show designed to get your heart pumping with help from the other side. It’s written and performed by Peter Boie, who brings to life old legends and haunted stories live on stage, for your delight … and fright. You are not going to want to miss this show!

ARTIST PRICING

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NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

DAY 3 « Saturday, Nov. 9 8 AM–9:30 AM.....................Professional Development Breakfast (Open to all Graduate Students/ Professional Staff)............. Marriott-Capital Ballroom 8 AM–6 PM............................Marketing Competition Display............................................................................................................................ Ballroom A Lobby 8:30 AM–5 PM.....................Registration/Volunteer Center Open................................................................................................................... Hall A Lobby 8:30 AM–10 PM....................Advisor/Associate Member Lounge Open.......................................................................................................... Suite A 9 AM–9:50 AM.....................Educational Sessions................................................................................................................................................... Various Locations 9 AM–10:50 AM...................Block Booking Meeting.............................................................................................................................................. Rooms 24-25 9:15 AM–10:15 AM................Advisor Roundtable: Managing & Motivating Student Involvement....................................................... Suite A 10 AM–10:50 AM.................Educational Sessions................................................................................................................................................... Various Locations 11 AM–12:20 PM....................Showcase......................................................................................................................................................................... Hall A 11:10 AM–12:10 PM................Graduate Student Connect Session..................................................................................................................... Room 12 12:20 PM–2:20 PM..............Lunch on Your Own 12:20 PM–2:20 PM..............NACA Northeast 50th Anniversary Luncheon (Advance Ticket Required)............................................ Marriott-Capital Ballroom 12:20 PM–1:20 PM................Friends of Bill W. Meeting.......................................................................................................................................... Room 21 1:30 PM–2:30 PM.................Advisor Roundtable: Self Care & Appreciation Among Student Affairs Professionals...................... Suite A 2 PM–3 PM.............................Associate Member Town Hall.................................................................................................................................. Rooms 24-25 3:15 PM–4:15 PM...................Advisor Roundtable: Share Your Story – Advice for New Advisors............................................................ Suite A 2:20 PM–3:10 PM.................Educational Sessions................................................................................................................................................... Various Locations 3:20 PM–4:50 PM...............Showcase......................................................................................................................................................................... Hall A 3:20 PM–4:10 PM.................Professional Educational Sessions......................................................................................................................... Various Locations 4:30 PM–5:30 PM...............2020 Regional Conference Planning Committee (RCPC) Interest Session........................................... Room 21 4:55 PM–5:55 PM................Campus Activities Marketplace............................................................................................................................. Hall B 5:55 PM–6:05 PM................Delegation Meetings/Break 3:20 PM–4:50 PM...............Showcase......................................................................................................................................................................... Hall A 6:05 PM–7:35 PM................Closing Dinner & Awards Banquet......................................................................................................................... Ballroom AB 7:45 PM–9 PM.......................McCullough Reception (Invitation Only)............................................................................................................. Marriott-Capital Ballroom 7:45 PM–9:05 PM................Showcase......................................................................................................................................................................... Hall A 9:10 PM–10:10 PM................Campus Activities Marketplace............................................................................................................................. Hall B 10:10 PM–12 AM....................Campus Activities Marketplace Exhibitor Load Out...................................................................................... Hall B 10:15 PM–11:15 PM.................Special Event Showcase............................................................................................................................................ Ballroom C 10:15 PM–11:15 PM.................Block Booking Meeting.............................................................................................................................................. Rooms 24-25 10:15 PM–11:15 PM.................Graduate Student Connect Session..................................................................................................................... Room 12

ROVING ARTISTS

Performing all day throughout the conference venue

Negative 25 MUSIC

Indie rock with a banjo Brave Enough Artist Agency Booth 319-321 

negative25music

 negative25music

Home Base: Nashville, TN Single Date Price:............................$1,400+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,250+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,150+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Originally hailing from Sarasota, FL, this sibling duo’s energy brings a fresh light to today’s roots music revival. Singer-songwriters Bradley and Brett Anderson have original harmonies and tunes ranging from Mumford & Sonslike melodies to Twenty-One Pilots-esque rhythms featured on acoustic and electric guitars, banjos, drums and live MIDI sampling.

Pretty Funny Balloons OTHER

World-class balloon entertainment, giant sculptures, glitter tattoos and face painting. Houla Entertainment, LLC Booth 511-515 

PrettyFunnyIndy

 prettyfunnyballoons

Home Base: Indianapolis, IN Single Date Price:............................$2,250+RMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,850+RMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,650+RMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Brian and Christina Getz from Pretty Funny Balloons are world recordbreaking balloon artists and entertainers from Indianapolis. IN. In case you were wondering, she’s the “pretty” and he’s the “funny.” They bring their unique charm and humor to your event while making awesome sculptures you never imagined were possible. Their huge, super sculptures have taken them to 48 states and 14 countries and earned them a place in the Guinness Book of World Records for building the world’s largest modelling balloon sculpture, an 88-foot dragonfly. At each college, they work with student volunteers to create a 15-foot tall balloon sculpture of the school’s mascot, then entertain with balloons, face painting and glitter tattoos.

ARTIST PRICING

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SATURDAY, NOV. 9

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

SHOWCASE « 11 AM–12:20 PM « Hall A Joel Meyers

Noah Hoehn

Celebrity magician.

Fun and engaging, he loops cool tunes with unique instruments.

MAGICIAN

GP Entertainment Booth 617-621 

joelmeyersmagic

 joelmeyersmagic

Home Base: Woodbridge,VA Single Date Price:............................$2,500+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,250+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,000+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

MUSIC

The College Agency Speakers Booth 205 & 207 

NoahHoehn

 noah_hoehn

Home Base: Minneapolis, MN Single Date Price:............................$1,950 LRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,850 LRT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,750 LRT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Combining sleight of hand and original routines with larger than life personality and crowd-winning charm, Joel Meyers specializes in taking audiences on what NBC calls “A roller coaster ride!” He’s an illusionist and a mentalist, a master of the stage, and a magician. He’s had numerous network TV appearances, including NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” “FakeOff” (TruTV) and The CW’s “Masters of Illusion” and “Penn & Teller: Fool Us.” He’s been featured in Newsweek, Us Weekly and People magazine, and has done private performances for celebrities (Brad Pitt, Johnny Depp and Jennifer Lopez). Meyers has thousands of social media fans, has toured in over 20 countries and is one of the most in demand performers in the world. He believes nothing is impossible, and this attitude shines through in his captivating performances.

Singer-songwriter, live-looper and multi-instrumentalist Noah Hoehn was the No. 2 most booked music act from the 2016 NACA® National Convention and the 2017 NACA® Northern Plains Regional Conference. His unique solo show featuring marimba, harmonica and Indian dhol drum has been featured on PBS’ “Minnesota Original.” The Minnesota native is also a three-time winner of the prestigious McKnight Fellowship for Performing Musicians. His unique and dynamic performances could be described as one part Eddie Vedder, one part Zedd and one part “marimba ninja.” Hoehn uses a style of looping called audio architecture to construct both mod covers and original music. His compelling show enlightens unwitting students with slices of culture through demonstrations and student engagement.

OVEOUS – Poet/Lyricist

More Fátter

An artist successfully bridging stand-up, music and poetry.

Vivacious, brass-driven acoustic funk with wholesome harmonies.

Metropolis Management & Entertainment Group Booth 301-303

Degy Booking International Booth 216-218 & 318

OVEOUS  OVEOUS Home Base: New York, NY

 morefatter

SPOKEN WORD

Single Date Price:............................$2,200+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,800+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,700+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

OVEOUS embodies brilliant lyricism with a powerful performance. Perhaps his greatest strength is that he was able to turn his brother’s suicide into a global mission for mental healing and the positive uplifting of all people he comes across through his music and words. He’s earned standing ovations on “HBO Def Jam,” and “The Arsenio Hall Show” and has been a winner multiple times on “Showtime at the Apollo.” His now classic hit song “Mirror Dance” with Osunlade still rocks the core of your soul on the dance floor. As a poet, he’s earned countless national titles and is one of few artists to be chosen by the US State Department of Music to represent America this year on a world tour.

MUSIC

MoreFatter

Home Base: Oakland , CA Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,200+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$950+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

It all started with a few highly anticipated, backyard whiffle ball games between brothers Theo and Mark Fedronic and their good buddy, Tommy Economou. Fast forward 15 years and the boys created an indie funk band. For three fateful years, More Fátter honed its vivacious, brass-driven funk and “burning live spirit” (Dave Watts, The Motet) with the good people of the Bay. In 2019, they set their sights beyond. More Fátter released “Yeah You” in late January, an infectiously feel-good single that’s been streamed over 150,000 times. The band won the High Sierra Music Festival Contest in April and secured their first-ever major festival slot. The boys are currently finishing up their second studio album. Starting in November, they’ll be packing up their sounds and touring the US. Stay tuned folks; lovin’ is livin’!

ARTIST PRICING

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SATURDAY, NOV. 9

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

SHOWCASE « 11 AM–12:20 PM « Hall A Cheri Hodge

The Icarus Account

Nerd outta Compton – stand-up comedy.

Acoustic-pop twin brothers with beards, man buns and tight harmonies.

H2F Comedy Productions Booth 102

DMS, Inc. Booth 316

COMEDY

MUSIC

Cheriezus

 cheriezus

icarusaccount

Home Base: Los Angeles, CA

Home Base: Satelite Beach, FL

Single Date Price:............................$1,000+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$975+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$950+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Single Date Price:............................$1,500+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,250+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$950+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Straight out of Compton, and other luxurious neighborhoods, Cheri Hodge mixes world-weary cynicism with offbeat whimsy to give you a stand-up performance you won’t soon forget. Growing up with a drug-dealing dad and struggling with depression, she uses humor to try to make sense of it all. Recently, she was featured in the choir scene of Childish Gambino’s “This Is America” music video. She played Rachel in the pilot “Genius,” and is currently a writer for The Collins Key Company videos, which have garnered over 11,000,000 views.

The Icarus Account is an acoustic/pop duo made up of twin brothers Ty and Trey Turner. Starting humbly by writing and recording songs in their college dorm room, the brothers have turned a lifelong dream into a musical career. Their live show consists of classic covers and catchy originals with tight harmonies and pure falsettos. Their original music has been featured on several commercials and TV shows, as well as by Snapchat. Their most recent full-length album made the top 10 on the iTunes singer-songwriter charts. They have shared the stage with other great artists such as American Authors, Twenty-One Pilots, Plain White T’s, He Is We, Aaron Gillespie and many others. While the brothers live in Florida, they spend much of their time on the road performing over 100 dates a year.

ARTIST PRICING

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Have you brought orgasms to your school yet?

SHOWCASING! Friday in the Lecture Showcase

A funny, educational program about sexuality & pleasure, presented over 600 times in 41 states Students love it!

“I’ve never seen a program that has as much of a following and as much appreciation as I Love Female Orgasm!” - Krista Contaldi, Lecture Chair, Student Union Board of Governors (SUBOG), University of Connecticut

Staff love it (once they see it)!

Inclusive!

“I was really glad to see that this wasn’t just another cisgender heteronormative sex talk -- it didn’t just mention trans folk, but made us part of the conversation.” - B Freas, Student, University of Vermont; Organizer, Translating Identity Conference

“I Love Female Orgasm provides excellent information in a funny, safe, inclusive way that is extremely tailored to the audience. I highly recommend this program for any campus.” - Claudia Trevor-Wright, Assistant Director of Health Education, Wellesley College

Sex Discussed Here! • Booth #208 • 518.360.2060 • www.sexualityeducation.com naca.org/northeast

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NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

SHOWCASE « 3:20–4:50 PM « Hall A Derrick Knopsnyder

Noah Copfer

Dynamic, quick-witted, relatable comedian who loves his grandma.

Beta male stand-up comedy.

COMEDY

Neon Entertainment Booth 212-214 dknop  dkcomedy_ Home Base: Pittsburgh, PA 

Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,150+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,050+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

COMEDY

H2F Comedy Productions Booth 102 

noahcopfer

 noahcopfercomedy

Home Base: Los Angeles, CA Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,200+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,100+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Derrick Knopsnyder is an energetic, quick-witted comedian who has been entertaining people his whole life. He uses this to connect to any audience by making them part of the show, often using crowd work to keep the audience engaged and laughing throughout the night. He’s performed at hundreds of colleges across the country and has earned awards and recognition, including being named one of the highest-rated comedians in 2016 by Campus Activities Magazine and a National College Comedian of the Year Finalist in 2017. Knopsnyder was the most-booked act at NACA® Mid Atlantic in 2018, and he has shared the stage with many greats, including Dave Coulier, Rob Schneider, Bill Burr, Jim Jefferies and many more. This is one show you do not want to miss!

Originally from Arizona, Noah Copfer’s engaging high-energy, physical stand-up comedy act is quickly gaining fans all over the country. Inspired by John Mulaney and Tom Segura, Copfer is silly, fun and proud to be a beta male. His “infectious energy” and “teacup Chihuahua” demeanor are truly refreshing. This theatre geek/martial arts expert has a lot of very unimportant things to say about the world and its craziness. He has consistently wowed audiences with his bold and direct style of comedy. You can catch him in the YouTube hit “Life as a Mermaid.” He has opened for comedian Jen Kober and he is a graduate of The American Academy of Dramatic Arts.

byerSelf

Samantha Ruddy

Cellist and singer-songwriter with energetic covers and catchy originals.

Goofy observations and witty one-liners from a gay, modern millennial.

DMS, Inc. Booth 316

Kirkland Productions & KP Comedy Booth 325-327

MUSIC

byerself

COMEDY

samlymatters

 cellogreg

 samlymatters

Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,150+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,000+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,250+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,150+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Despite its moniker, byerSelf is more than your typical solo project. With its mesmerizing blend of modern covers and catchy originals, it will redefine what you thought a cellist was capable of. byerSelf is the pseudonym of singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Greg Byers. With a pioneering musical style that blends modern genres, improvisation and technology, he’s been asked to perform and record with artists such as Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Dr. John, Raquel Sofia and VocalEssence. He has received an Artist Initiative grant and has been a finalist for the McKnight Fellowship for Musicians. Armed with only his voice, electric cello and pedalboard, byerSelf uses live looping to create a lush backdrop or an infectious groove. In every performance, he amazes the audience with his instrumental virtuosity and heartfelt vocals. His charisma and on-stage energy guarantee an engaging, interactive show for fans of all ages and musical tastes.

Samantha Ruddy is a comedian and writer who hails from Scranton, PA, and makes a home now in Brooklyn, NY. She has performed at the Limestone Comedy Festival, Women in Comedy Festival and Laugh Your Asheville Off and hosts the weekly show “Too Many Cooks” in New York City. Ruddy brings to the stage a world of goofy observations, witty one-liners and the fresh perspective of a modern millennial. She has been featured on Comedy Central and in Bust, and was named one of the “50 Funniest People in Brooklyn” by Brooklyn Magazine in 2016. She is a contributing writer to Collegehumor, Someecards and Reductress, and she keeps over 31,000 Twitter followers entertained daily.

Home Base: Minneapolis, MN

Home Base: Brooklyn, NY

ARTIST PRICING

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SATURDAY, NOV. 9

NACA® NORTHEAST 2019 REGIONAL CONFERENCE

SHOWCASE « 3:20–4:50 PM « Hall A Carlos Robson

Orlando Baxter

An award-winning spoken word poet, playwright and teaching artist.

Former teacher, now comedian seen on “Conan,” NBC and AXS TV.

Bass/Schuler Entertainment Booth 320-322

Summit Comedy, Inc. Booth 201-203

SPOKEN WORD

carlosthepoet

COMEDY

orlandobaxter

 carlosthepoet

 orlandorbaxter

Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,200+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,050+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Single Date Price:............................$2,000+SLR 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,750+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,500+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Carlos Robson is a spoken word poet, playwright and teaching artist. Twice nominated for APCA Spoken Word Artist of the Year, he’s performed at over 150 colleges and universities. As a competitive “slam” poet, he has competed in local, regional, national and international competitions, and has twice won the National Poetry Slam championship as a member of the North Carolinabased team, SlamCharlotte. He has performed in all corners of the nation, on Broadway and internationally, and is a co-founder of the Charlotte-based artist collective The Concrete Generation. Robson is also the official spoken word artist of the Dwayne Wade Foundation and has appeared on TV1’s “Verses and Flow.”

Orlando Baxter exploded onto the Boston comedy scene in 2005 and quickly established himself as one of the area’s hottest young comics. In 2007, he was a finalist in NBC’s “StandUp for Diversity Showcase.” His fresh perspective and unique relatability quickly solidified this high school teacher into a fan favorite. In 2010, he became a finalist in both the New York Comedy Contest and the Boston Comedy Festival. And in 2012, he toured the country with national headliner Jo Koy as the opening act in the “Lights Out” tour. In 2014, Baxter made his second TV appearance on AXS TV’s “Gotham Live.” He was also a finalist at the prestigious Montreux Comedy festival in Switzerland. In 2017, he performed on TBS’ “Conan.” Baxter is a regular headliner at numerous comedy clubs throughout New England and performs all over the country.

Nick Thomas

Like ‘em? Love ‘em? Gotta book ‘em now? Write it down!

Home Base: Pembroke Pines, FL

Home Base: Boston, MA

JUGGLER

Six-time world record holder and gold medal-winning juggler. Sophie K. Entertainment, Inc. Booth 304 

JuggleboyNick

 JuggleBoyOfficial

Home Base: Detroit, MI Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,250+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,150+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

A recent college graduate himself, Nick Thomas provides a fast-paced variety show that will blow your mind. The act includes juggling, yoyos, magic, comedy and more. As recently featured on ABC’s “The Gong Show,” this upcoming star will have you laughing with humor that every student can relate to. A six-time world record holder and gold medalwinning juggler, Thomas has performed internationally for companies like Comcast and Google. His unforgettable show has tons of audience participation, and a high-tech LED juggling finale you won’t want to miss. nickthomasentertainment.com

ARTIST PRICING

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SHOWCASE « 7:45–9:05 PM « Hall A Ashlee Haze SPOKEN WORD

Sung Beats MUSIC

Body-positive, feminist, inspirational poet.

Champion beatboxer and vocal looping extraordinaire.

The College Agency Booth 205 & 207

Bass/Schuler Entertainment Booth 320-322

ashleehaze

 ashleehaze

Home Base: Atlanta, GA

sungbeats

 sungbeats

Home Base: New York, NY

Single Date Price:............................$1,950+SLR 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,750+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,650+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,100+SLR 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,000+SLR Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Ashlee Haze is a poet and spoken word artist from Atlanta by way of Chicago. Earning the nickname “Big 30” because of her consistency in getting a perfect score, she’s one of the most accomplished poets in the sport of poetry slam. She has been a part of the Atlanta poetry circuit for over a decade and has been writing over 15 years. Haze was the most booked artist at the 2017 NACA® National Convention and is in the midst of a 100-plus city college tour. She’s also a spokesperson for Lane Bryant, having appeared in the brand’s spring 2017 campaign.

SungBeats is a champion beatboxer and live vocal looping artist whose unique approach to beatboxing is taking live music to a whole new place. Since first discovering the art of beatboxing, SungBeats has been accumulating a library of vocal sounds to create organic beats and melodies with the human voice. Without any instruments or backing tracks, he performs live music by recording and layering his sounds on a loop station. SungBeats is the 2018 American Loopstation Beatbox Champion and has taken his beatbox show to campuses all over the country. For an extraordinary, high-energy and interactive showcase, look no further than SungBeats.

Glen Tickle

On-SiteSelected Showcase

COMEDY

Yes, this is my real name and I’m a substitute teacher. G G Greg Entertainment Agency Booth 501 

glentickle

Home Base: Phillipsburg, NJ Single Date Price:............................$1,250+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,150+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,050+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

COULD BE ANYTHING!

Who will YOU choose to perform? One act for the final showcase will be chosen on site by conference delegates, who will vote from among associates attending the conference. See the Campus Activities Marketplace Staff Booth for details.

Glen Tickle is very nice and very funny. You’d like him. You may have seen on him the Travel Channel or heard him on SiriusXM Satellite Radio talking about his very silly, very real name or things he’s afraid of. His debut album, “Yes, Really,” landed him on the Billboard comedy chart in 2016, and his first comedy special, “Good Grief,” premiered this year. Tickle’s comedy and clothes are clean and inoffensive. He really just wants everyone to have a nice time while he relates his real-life experiences in an absurd way. Along with traditional stand-up comedy, he also frequently travels with his toy robot assistant, Mr. Toyboto.

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SHOWCASE « 7:45–9:05 PM « Hall A Daniel Webb COMEDY

Single By Sunday MUSIC

Hilarious Texan described by Wanda Sykes as “Riotous. Queer. Star.”

Four colored-hair rock stars rejuvenating the punk rock scene.

Neon Entertainment Booth 212-214

Houla Entertainment, LLC Booth 511-515

thedanielwebb

 toyotalopez

Home Base: Los Angeles, CA

SingleBySunday

 singlebysunday

Home Base: Glasgow, UK

Single Date Price:............................$1,525+SLRMT 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$1,425+SLRMT 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$1,325+SLRMT Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Single Date Price:............................$2,499+SLRM 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,200+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,000+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Daniel Webb is a L.A.-based comic from Texas whose stand-up has been described as “a splendid rush of charisma.” Wanda Sykes recently summed him up in three simple words, “Riotous. Queer. Star.” Known for a fast-paced, wide-ranging set, Webb famously garnered international attention cracking gay jokes with President Barack Obama, was chosen as one of Comedy Central’s UP NEXT Comedians, made Vulture’s list of Comedians You Should and Will Know 2018, and was listed in LA Comedy Bureau’s 100 Best Things In Comedy. He was also a finalist on StandUp NBC. Webb’s comedy is featured on “Unprotected Sets” (EPIX), “Inside Joke With Asif Ali” (Amazon Prime), “Coming to the Stage” (HULU), “Mortified Guide” (NETFLIX) and “Out on Stage: The Movie!” (Amazon Prime).

Single By Sunday is a high-energy, pop-punk band, sometimes referred to as the love child of Blink 182 and Green Day with My Chemical Romance as the Great Uncle. S.B.S is one of the most exciting bands to come out of Scotland in recent years. In 2018, they joined the Boys of Summer US tour, performing in 17 shows from the West to East coasts, during which they accepted an invitation to play on the Full Sail stage on the final Vans Warped Tour in Buffalo, NY. Returning to the UK, the band embarked on their debut headline tour, playing 11 dates nationwide. They wrapped 2018 with a memorable performance at First Night Boston before a crowd of over 50,000, with television coverage by NBC10. All travel included in pricing.

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SPECIAL EVENT SHOWCASE « 10:15–11:15 PM « Ballroom C Headphone Disco OTHER

The original silent party people // Multiple systems available.

Gig got canceled at the last minute? See which schools are looking for talent at NACA 24/7!

Degy Dance Booth 213-219 & 415-417 headphonedisco Home Base: Multiple Bases, RI 

Single Date Price:............................$3,400+SLRM 3 Dates in 5 Days (Block Price):.....$2,900+SLRM 5 Dates in 7 Days (Block Price):......$2,500+SLRM Contract On-Site Discount:...........N/A

Headphone Disco invented the “silent dance party” format and has been touring the world with it for the past eight years. Performing some huge college shows led to it being voted Best Novelty Act by the readers of Campus Activities Magazine as well as many other awards. So how does it work? We arrive at your school (or showcase) with our two resident DJs and our two- or three-channel wireless headphones. Our DJs spin different styles of music side by side over our different wireless channels. Guests select which DJ they want to listen to using the switch on their headphones (provided by us), then get busy on the dance floor. Imagine a dance floor where one half of the crowd is singing along to One Direction while the other half is doing The Wobble! Bizarre and mind-blowing, but most of all it’s a huge amount of fun.

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NACA® FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES Available for undergraduate students, graduate students, professional staff and associate members. NACA® Northern Plains Regional Student Leadership Scholarship NACA® Mid Atlantic Undergraduate Scholarship for Student Leaders NACA® South Student Leadership Scholarship Multicultural Scholarship Grant NACA® Mid Atlantic Graduate Student Scholarship NACA® Foundation Graduate Scholarships NACA® Mid Atlantic Higher Education Research Scholarship Lori Rhett Memorial Scholarship Barry Drake Professional Development Scholarship NACA® Mid Atlantic Associate Member Professional Development Scholarship Markley Scholarship Ross Fahey Scholarships Scholarships for Student Leaders Zagunis Student Leader Scholarship Tese Caldarelli Memorial Scholarship Alan Davis Scholarship

For qualifying information, application deadlines and more, visit naca.org/foundation

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MUSIC - COMEDY - VARIETY - NOVELTY - SPEAKERS - LIVE ANIMAL PROGRAMS -SPECIAL EVENTS - CASINOS 440-266-1732 800-901-8485 gg@gggreg.com GGGREG.COM

FREAK SHOW & TELL

HERPS ALIVE

Fire Eating,Glass Walking With Comedy & Storytelling In This One-Of-A-Kind Show

Interactive Live Reptile & Amphibian Program

EVIE JOY

GLEN TICKLE

Multi-instrumentalist, Singer/songwriter Showcasing: NACA NE

Comic

Showcasing: NACA NE

MICHAEL GERSHE Alcohol Awareness & Diversity Programs

GRANT LYON

Comic, Actor, Author

OHIO BURN UNIT

BIG SMILE

Outdoor Fire Shows Indoor Lazer Shows

Caricatures, Henna, Body Art, and More

CASINO NITES

VALLEY EXOTICS ZOO

All the Excitement of Las Vegas

Mammals, Marsupials, Reptiles, and More Display or Full Petting Zoo

THANK YOU! We can’t show their faces, but we can show our gratitude! Thanks to the Showcase Selection Committee for putting in the time to make this conference a success!

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SHOWCASE ALTERNATES (IN ORDER) For full bios and pricing, see the NACA® App. HIGH TECH

Musical acts, comics and other established up-and-coming artists.

1. Telehope

2. The Bomb Digz

3. The Culdesac Kids MUSIC Developing Artist Booking, LLC

MUSIC Houla Entertainment, LLC

MUSIC The Barry Agency

6. Distinguished Daredevils

7. Diamonds and Whiskey

8. Arts Fishing Club

9. The Extreme Magic of Eric Wilzig

10. Alt Bloom

MUSIC Brave Enough Artist Agency

MUSIC Developing Artist Booking, LLC

JUGGLER Everything But The Mime

MUSIC Houla Entertainment, LLC

11. Broseph

12. J-Line

MUSIC DMS, Inc.

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4. Jessica La Rel

MAGICIAN The Extreme Magic of Eric Wilzig

5. Ruslan

MUSIC Backbeat Management

MUSIC Metropolis Management & Entertainment Group

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SHOWCASE ALTERNATES (IN ORDER) For full bios and pricing, see the NACA® App. LOW TECH

Musical acts, comics and other established up-and-coming artists. Pricing must be $1,250 or less.

1. K-von

COMEDY Neon Entertainment

2. Rachel Brown

MUSIC Degy Booking International

3. Drew Angus

4. Arsena Schroeder

5. JR De Guzman

6. Andrew Fisher

7. Hayden Childress

8. Daniel Franzese

9. Andrew Orolfo

10. Roxy Azari

11. Reggie Conquest

12. Kid Ace

13. Noel Quiñones

COMEDY Sophie K Entertainment, Inc

COMEDY Rebelle Events

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MAGICIAN Houla Entertainment, LLC

MAGICIAN Metropolis Management & Entertainment Group

MUSIC OnCampusText

COMEDY H2F Comedy Productions

MUSIC Cutting Edge Entertainment

COMEDY Kirkland Productions & KP Comedy

COMEDY Kirkland Productions & KP Comedy

SPOKEN WORD Cutting Edge Entertainment

SPOKEN WORD OnCampusText

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SHOWCASE ALTERNATES (IN ORDER) For full bios and pricing, see the NACA® App. EMCEE (MASTER OF CEREMONIES)

1. Jose Barrientos

COMEDY H2F Comedy Productions

Emcees introduce each spotlight showcase and entertain the audience between acts.

2. Morgan Jay

COMEDY Sophie K Entertainment, Inc

3. Asia

SPOKEN WORD Degy Booking International

4. Chris Johnson COMEDY BARK Entertainment

5. Shane Romero

SPOKEN WORD RK Entertainment Agency, LLC

6. Gospel Lee

MUSIC The College Agency Speakers

SPECIAL EVENT

Performed on auxiliary stage. These types of showcases provide opportunities for events and performers who do not fit into the traditional spotlight showcase performance model, such as hypnotists, mentalist, DJ dance parties, casino nights, etc.

1. Mike Super Magic & Illusion

MAGICIAN Mike Super - Magic & Illusion

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2. Shut Up Just Dance OTHER The College Agency

3. Nerdology

COMEDY Bass/Schuler Entertainment

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SHOWCASE ALTERNATES (IN ORDER) For full bios and pricing, see the NACA® App. LECTURE Lectures are chosen to cover a diverse number of topics including social awareness and current political issues. Performer must tour as a lecturer.

So, what does ‘Showcase Alternate’ mean? The Showcase Selection Committee, an anonymous group of volunteers who belong to NACA member schools, reviews and selects acts for the regional showcases based on several criteria. During the conference, if an act fails to show up at its sound check, it is replaced by an alternate. That means alternates have to be on site just in case they get the call!

1. Hufsa Ahmad: Relapse as a Part of Recovery

2. Rose McGowan LECTURE The College Agency

LECTURE Kirkland Productions & KP Comedy

3. C.L. Lindsay: Campus Free Speech LECTURE Bass/Schuler Entertainment

What if an alternate isn’t selected to perform? They get a full refund, but even so, there has been a significant amount of time and money invested for the chance to perform for you. Be sure to say hello during Campus Activities Marketplace, and check the alternates out on the NACA® App.

ROVING ARTIST Any novelty/variety talent, including acts similar to vaudeville, carnival, and circus attractions, as well as magicians, escape artists and mimes.

4. Shaun Boothe: The Unauthorized Biography Series LECTURE Neon Entertainment

1. Olivia Farabaugh MUSIC The Barry Agency

2. Ran’D Shine

MAGICIAN Everything But The Mime

3. Matias Letelier One Man Show MAGICIAN Fun College Magic

VARIETY

These showcases are intended for novelty acts, limited but not equal to magicians, hypnotists, illusionists, mind readers, etc.

5. Jason LeVasseur

LECTURE Jason LeVasseur and the Rock Star Project

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6. Patrick Holbert Punch Line Drunk LECTURE Kirkland Productions & KP Comedy

1. Trent James

MAGICIAN The College Agency Speakers

2. Evan Struck: Speed Painter

OTHER Bass/Schuler Entertainment

3. Derek Hughes MAGICIAN Rebelle Events

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NACA POLICIES Mission Statement The National Association for Campus Activities is the recognized leader in higher education knowledge, ideas and resources for campus life. Definition of Diversity Diversity is an attribute and a goal. As an attribute, diversity is ethnic identification/race, gender, disability, sexual orientation, age, religion, economic status and the many other aspects of our lives which define the family of humanity. As a goal, diversity refers to the intentional valuing, respecting and inclusion of all peoples. NACA recognizes the diversity of all its members and supports the development and implementation of programs and services that achieve this goal. Non-Discrimination, Diversity Advancement and Affirmative Action Principles NACA is committed to advancing diversity development and the principles of equal opportunity and affirmative action through programs, services and volunteer involvement. To ensure compliance with these principles, the organization: • Will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, economic status, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, ethnic background or disability in any of its policies, procedures or practices; • Will promote vigorous efforts to enhance, develop and increase a diverse volunteer pool in all areas of the Association and Foundation; • Will actively promote diversity in programs and services; • Will expect all volunteers and NACA Office staff to consistently display a sensitivity to diversity and the principles of affirmative action; • Will promote the importance of eliminating discriminatory and/ or culturally insensitive language, behavior and content from NACA-sponsored activities and will urge all members and guests of the Association or Foundation to cooperate in this effort. There is no intent to support censorship. The purpose is to induce thought and advance planning in an effort to ensure that showcase performances, Campus Activities Marketplace displays, educational sessions and other NACA-sponsored activities reflect appropriate diversity and sensitivity in their plans and actions. NACA Cancellation Policies NACA reserves the right to cancel any program. Causes for cancellation may include, but are not limited to, low participation by schools and/or associates, acts of God, etc. In the case of a program cancellation, NACA will reimburse only those fees paid to NACA; any travel, lodging or other non-NACA fees will not be reimbursed. NACA Event Safety & Responsibility Policy NACA is committed to providing a safe, productive and welcoming environment for all event/meeting participants and NACA staff. All participants, including, but not limited to, attendees, speakers, volunteers, exhibitors, NACA staff, service providers and others are expected to abide by the NACA® Civility Statement and the Event Safety & Responsibility Policy. This policy applies to all NACA meeting-related events, including those sponsored by organizations other than NACA but held in conjunction with NACA events, in public or private facilities. Responsible Drinking At some NACA networking events, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are served. NACA expects participants at our events who are 21 years of age or older and choose to drink to do so responsibly. NACA and meeting host event staff have the right to deny service to participants for any reason, and may require a participant to leave the event.

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Personal Safety and Security NACA works diligently to provide a safe and secure environment at its meetings and events by working with venue staff to make sure meeting participants are safe. We ask that all attendees report any questionable or concerning activity to NACA staff so that they can take immediate action. No concern is too small; if you see something, say something. • Be aware of your surroundings at all times. • Use the buddy system when walking to and from the event venue, and networking event locations during early or late hours. • Don’t wear your meeting badge on the street. Take it off when you leave the building/venue. • Don’t carry a lot of cash or credit cards. Leave them in your hotel room safe. • Don’t leave personal property unattended anywhere, anytime. If it is an emergency or if you need immediate assistance, first call 911, then ask any NACA staff member or the on-site security personnel to help you. Unacceptable Behavior NACA has zero tolerance for any form of discrimination or harassment, including but not limited to sexual harassment by participants or our staff at our meetings. If you experience harassment or hear of any incidents of unacceptable behavior, NACA asks that you complete the information found on the Incident Report Form so that we can take appropriate action if necessary. In the event you do not receive a response to your filed report form within 20 days, please direct an email to the Executive Director of NACA. Unacceptable behavior includes: • Harassment, intimidation or discrimination in any form. • Physical or verbal abuse of any attendee, speaker, volunteer, exhibitor, NACA staff member, service provider or other meeting guest. Specific examples of unacceptable behavior include, but are not limited to: • Verbal comments related to gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, religion, national origin, inappropriate use of nudity and/or sexual images in public spaces or in presentations, or threatening or stalking any attendee, speaker, volunteer, exhibitor, NACA staff member, service provider or other meeting guest. • Disruption of presentations at sessions, in the exhibit hall or at other events organized by NACA at the meeting venue, hotels or other NACA-contracted facilities. Bias Definition Bias targets a marginalized identity whether real or perceived to be a part of a recognizable group or affiliation. Legally protected identities include: actual or perceived race, color, religion, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran status or disability. NACA also recognizes that bias may occur as a result of one’s actual or perceived age, ancestry, sex, gender expression, citizenship or immigration status, marital status, socio-economic class or religious practice. The second list of identities are not legally protected identities in the United States but are affirmed through NACA’s Core Values of diversity, multicultural competence and human dignity. NACA reserves the right to take any action deemed necessary and appropriate, including immediate removal from the meeting without warning or refund, in response to any incident of unacceptable behavior, and NACA reserves the right to prohibit attendance at any future meeting.

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NACA POLICIES Civility Statement Prominent among the values that define the NACA community is civility, which includes mutual respect, fairness and politeness. Membership in any community requires a concern for the common good for all who belong to that community. Each individual may possess different ideas, as well as different ways of communicating those ideas, particularly in a community as varied and diverse as an association. Because of these differences, respect and civility are integral to maintaining the quality of the Association environment. Respect and civility should therefore be afforded to all individuals regardless of role within the Association. This includes treating people with courtesy and consideration, acting and speaking judiciously and behaving professionally. All members of the Association community are called upon to promote and value this ethic of common respect and civility. We will encourage discussion with a goal of instilling an appreciation for the importance of fair-mindedness, personal responsibility and respect for differing opinions. At such occasions, members will always be strongly encouraged to observe common standards of decorum and to display a respectful tenor. We will also consider appropriate steps to be taken when members of our community do not respect these standards. NACA’s Alcohol and Other Substance Abuse Statement The National Association for Campus Activities and the NACA® Foundation recognize the serious threats alcohol and other substance abuse present to college populations, the entertainment industry, and to society as a whole. We realize the Association is not immune to problems associated with abuse. NACA is committed to addressing this issue through various activities, programs and educational efforts on regional and national levels. All NACA members and volunteers are encouraged to uphold the Association’s statement in spirit and action; however, NACA has no responsibility for the conduct or behavior of event attendees. Alcohol served outside of any official event (an official event is one endorsed or hosted by NACA) is not the responsibility of NACA, but is instead the responsibility of the individual/group/firm coordinating, hosting, promoting or holding the activity. All responsibility for determining whether participants at the activity are underage and for complying with applicable state and local laws rests solely with the individual/group/firm coordinating, hosting, promoting or holding the activity, and is not in any way the responsibility of NACA or any of its employees or representatives. In the event NACA becomes the subject of a claim or loss arising from violation of this policy by any person, group or business entity, or service of alcohol at any non-official event, that person, group or business entity agrees that it shall indemnify and hold harmless NACA from and against all resulting claims and losses, including NACA’s costs and attorney’s fees, that arise from or relate to violation of this policy and/or service of alcohol at said non-official event. Who May Attend NACA Events No delegate will be allowed to attend any NACA event function or to enter the Campus Activities Marketplace until their registration fees are fully paid. Delegates may register under only one membership category for any NACA activity. Any member who has an outstanding debt with NACA of more than 60 days must clear that debt before registering. NACA reserves the right to apply any funds held for or received by NACA from a debtor to any outstanding debt as well as any accumulated service or related charges where applicable, regardless of the purpose for which such funds were received or held by NACA. There will be a $50 service fee for all returned checks. NACA registration hours are printed in this Guide. All delegates must register during the stated hours. If delegates are arriving after the stated hours for whatever reason, their head of delegation must make

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arrangements to have the delegates’ badges and other registration information available; otherwise, delegates who arrive after registration has closed for the day must wait until the following morning to register and will not be able to attend any Convention activities until they have registered. Badges are required for entry to NACA events. Lost badges that need to be reissued will cost $50. Associate members of NACA in good standing may purchase Campus Activities Marketplace space and be registered as delegates. (Note: associate members must submit proof of separate legal entity status for any related companies when companies apply for membership in NACA; see section on Categories of Membership: Associate Memberships). Associate members must purchase Campus Activities Marketplace space to attend the Convention. Each individual (including booth staff, artists and employees) must be registered as a delegate to attend any portion of the Convention. A minimum of one full delegate must be registered for each firm exhibiting in the Campus Activities Marketplace. More than one registration may be required for Level 2 and 3 National Memberships. Additional Convention attendees may purchase Day Passes for each day or a full registration. Day Passes are primarily designated for exclusive artists/attractions who wish to attend the Convention and are represented by associate members exhibiting in the Campus Activities Marketplace or for persons staffing novelty attractions or booth demonstrations. No meals will be included. Passes may be purchased for multiple days. Artists appearing on showcases will receive Day Passes at no additional cost for the day of their performance. Showcase alternates will be entitled to one free Day Pass on the day of their choice. Showcasing artists and showcase alternates may register in addition to the free Day Pass allotted above, if they intend to participate beyond that day. Guests coming to NACA events to review an artist will be required to register in order to attend. If the guest will be arriving after the registration desk has closed, the artist is responsible for picking up the guest’s registration materials and paying the fee prior to the close of registration. Registration and other fees, deadlines and manners of payment are outlined at naca.org. Debts If debts including, but not limited to, past due membership dues, convention, conference and workshop registration fees (national and regional), accrued finance charges, dishonored and unpaid checks or drafts payable originally or by endorsement to NACA remain unpaid after 90 days, NACA shall have the following rights with respect to such debtor: 1. To suspend its membership and all privileges pertaining hereto until the debt is satisfied; 2. To suspend its convention, workshop and all regional conference privileges until the debt is satisfied; 3. To take any or all of the above actions in addition to such other remedies as may be afforded by law. NACA also reserves the right to apply any funds held for or received by NACA from a debtor to any outstanding debt as well as any accumulated service or related charges where applicable, regardless of the purpose for which such funds were received or held by NACA. Debts incurred by any employee, agent, representative of a school or associate member on behalf of such member, or by any group or individual represented by a member or associate member shall be subject to this policy. A debtor will be notified by certified letter of his/ her debtor status; the letter will indicate the amount due and its source and will be mailed to the address shown in the current NACA database or any other last known address.

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NACA POLICIES Videotaping/Photography Consent and Policies NACA photographs and videotapes its events and attendees. These photographs and videotapes may be used in any NACA materials and publications, and digitally on its website and social media. By attending this event, you, your delegates and/or the acts that you represent give NACA your consent to use photographs and videotapes in which you, your delegates and/or your acts appear. NACA delegates or other persons may use photographic, videotape or other image and sound recording devices to record events and activities that take place during NACA events, as long as these activities do not interfere with the audience enjoyment of, or participation in, NACA events. Those photographing, videotaping or otherwise recording events cannot interfere with showcase technical crew, stagehands, etc. The following specific guidelines apply to any photography, videotaping or other recording at a NACA event: 1. Professional crews will not be allowed, except by NACA; 2. On-stage filming or placement will not be allowed. Recording must occur from the show floor; 3. Access to the soundboard will not be allowed; 4. Audience views cannot be obstructed; 5. Power must be self-contained (i.e., battery packs). Access to the event power supply will not be allowed; 6. Use of supplemental lighting will not be allowed; 7. Some forms of recording/taping may not be available at specific venues due to union or other facility regulations; 8. Recording/taping of some materials may require the permission of the owner of such materials, and it is the recorder’s responsibility to obtain such necessary permissions. If audience members, showcase crew or other technical, conference or facility staff complain about the position of a camera/operator, the camera/operator will be asked to move. If the camera/operator does not comply, they will not be allowed to continue taping. BY USING VIDEOGRAPHIC AND/OR OTHER RECORDING DEVICES TO RECORD NACA EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES, THE RECORDER REPRESENTS THAT HE/SHE HAS OBTAINED ALL NECESSARY PERMISSIONS FROM ANY COPYRIGHT HOLDERS OR OTHER ENTITIES WHOSE RIGHTS MAY BE AFFECTED. THE RECORDER AGREES TO INDEMNIFY NACA, ITS EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS AND INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS FROM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY ARISING FROM THE RECORDER’S VIDEOTAPING OR RECORDING ACTIVITIES. Cancellation NACA reserves the right to cancel any program. Causes for cancellation may include, but are not limited to, low participation by schools and/or associates, acts of God, etc. In the case of a program cancellation, NACA will reimburse only those fees paid to NACA; any travel, lodging or other non-NACA fees will not be reimbursed. Insurance and Indemnity Exhibitors and/or showcase acts that feature or include demonstrations that involve participants physically, through use of equipment, the wearing of devices or apparel provided by the exhibitor/showcaser, and that may place the participant at risk, must meet the following insurance requirements: a. Exhibitor/showcaser agrees to release, hold harmless, indemnify, defend and forever discharge the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) and each and every officer, agent and employee of NACA, from all claims, causes of action, loss, damage, costs, attorney’s fees and liability for all injuries to persons or property arising from acts or omissions of the exhibitor/showcaser or exhibitor’s/showcaser’s employees, agents or officers howsoever caused. Exhibitor/showcaser further agrees to waive rights of subrogation in favor of NACA in any claim, liability or

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cause of action. b. Exhibitor/showcaser shall arrange for NACA to receive a Certificate of Liability Insurance naming NACA as co-insured, from the exhibitor’s/showcaser’s insurance company, by the date specified in the NACA® Regional Conferences guide, to perform a showcase or booth demonstration or marketplace attraction at NACA events. The liability insurance shall cover the entire period of the exhibitor’s/showcaser’s stay at NACA events including early arrival and late departure dates. c.Minimum coverages are as follows: bodily injury and property damage: $1,000,000 each occurrence and aggregate. Registration Policies All booth payments and delegate registrations are now submitted through NACA’s online registration system. There is no paper registration form in this Guide or on our website. To purchase your booth, visit naca.org/nacalive. Spouse/Partner Registration Policies: Spouses and partners are welcome to attend NACA events. Spouses or partners will pay the regular registration fee for the full NACA event or Day Pass depending upon their length of stay. All conference policies and procedures apply to spouses or partners in attendance at NACA events whether they are school- or associate-member related. Although the Association strives to make all events accessible to all participants, including individuals with a disability or special need where reasonably possible, not all special needs may be accommodated at all sites. If you desire special services because of a disability or special need, please indicate the special service(s) on your registration as soon as possible and AT LEAST SIX WEEKS IN ADVANCE of the first day of the event. If the Association is unable to provide the special service(s) you requested and you do not attend the event, the Association will refund your registration fee. The registrant/applicant hereby agrees to hold harmless and indemnify NACA, the hotel and/or event facility against and for any and all costs, claims, damages and expenses (including attorney’s fees), of whatsoever nature, arising from or related to the violation by the registrant/applicant of any of the policies or procedures of NACA, or any act or omission of the registrant/applicant at or in connection with the regional conference. The term “applicant/registrant” includes the person submitting the application as well as any other person or persons appearing at or attending the regional conference in connection with the party applying. Attendance at showcase events is voluntary, and it is the responsibility of the attendee to determine whether a particular event poses a risk to the attendee. Some element of risk may be associated with some showcase events. Some events may include hypnosis and some individuals may be more susceptible to hypnosis than others. The attendee accepts all responsibility for all consequences associated with attending showcase events and NACA is held harmless against all claims arising from any result of attending a showcase event. Activities Outside the NACA Event Schedule Associate members may not provide any demonstration to school delegates of an attraction, event, tour or any other activity that occurs outside of the officially scheduled program in any of the Convention facilities, including guest rooms, or out of the facility. Associates shall not distribute any promotion or advertising to school delegates of a performance, attraction, event, tour or any other activity held outside the event facilities during the dates of NACA events. An attraction that has an existing contract to perform in the event facility is subject to review of or by the NACA Office.

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NACA® Northeast 2019  

November 7-10, Hartford, CT

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November 7-10, Hartford, CT

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