Ohio Association of Financial Aid
Minutes of the Spring Conference Business Meeting
May 19, 2005
The meeting was called to order by Mark Bandré
at 8:31 am.
report – Amy Baker reviewed and distributed the Winter
conference minutes as taken by Amy Baker.
Mark reminded people that annual conference business meetings are on the
web for all to view. No corrections were
made to the minutes and they were approved as presented.
Treasurer’s report – Faith
Phillips prepared and presented the Treasurer’s report. Mark noted the TIAA CREF account and the
Lumina foundation grant. He shared with
everyone we had been approved the additional $25,000 grant from Lumina and it
was split between the TIAA CREF and the reserves. There were no comments and
the budget was approved as presented.
Business/President’s report – Ballots must be destroyed, Mary Kay Freshour
moved, Mary Lynn Perri seconded. Motion
passed unanimously. CGS for third year
had many changes and marketing work was done through student group at Kent State
University. Next year CGS will be February 12, 2006. Thanks to the 34 sites who hosted this past
year. The long-range fiscal plan has a core competency that if fiscal schema
dramatically changed, the organization would survive on membership fees. Outreach committee was once again successful
this past year. Mark thanked Melony
Ohalek and Sandy Gilbert. OCAN brochures on the table for membership to take. Scott Lehman and Kim Nash-Yore oversaw the
Needs Analysis committee this past year, an important committee that is the
grass roots of what we do. Support
professionals committee was mentioned and recognized for a great job. Mark opened up the opportunity for people to
ask questions of the past year, none were presented.
New Business – None
Motion to adjourn was made by Faith Phillips and seconded by
Claudia Wenzel. Passed