NSDTA Conference 2021


Sponsoring the NSDTA Annual Education Conference will put your organization squarely in front of those who are leading the transformation of human services.


Learn how you can become a conference partner for 2021 by contacting Anna Nogueira at (703) 549-9500 or ads_exhibits@aphsa.org.


These sponsorships underwrite and provide for experiences which enhance the attendee experience. This underwriting provides support to five of our national conferences – National HHS Summit, NAPIPM, NSDTA, AASD/NASTA and AAHHSA.  This puts your brand in front of more than 2,000 attendees throughout the year. Click here (coming soon) to participate in this program.



Simply interested in reaching a specific segment of our membership – then sponsoring a specific national conference is where you want to be in 2021.  Your underwriting provides the opportunity for us to fund keynote speakers, receptions, and other conference experiences for members.  Click here (coming soon) for details on sponsoring a single conference.


Download (coming soon) the Sponsorship Opportunities and learn more about our opportunities which will put you in front of CEOs, deputies, program managers, and other health and human service constituents who are making decisions on securing products and services to help them move the human services transformation forward at the state and local level throughout the country. 



Anna Nogueira

Sponsorship and Advertising Sales

Phone: 703-549-9500 


NSDTA Conference 2019 Chart

In 2019 APHSA brought more than 3,200 members, H/HS executives, thought leaders, visionaries, and allied organizations together in a variety of learning engagement conferences to address the critical issues facing human-serving agencies. These conferences are specifically designed to provide strategic thinking, real-world examples of innovation, best practices and emerging technologies to help attendees learn more about improved service delivery, state, local and federal policy and innovative and transformational trends in H/HS.