Conference Highlights and Thank You to All!

By: Amnah Munir

Hi All!

The Shared Services in Higher Education team is back after our post-conference recovery period. We want to thank everyone for helping make the 5th SSHE conference a huge success. Below are some highlights from last month.

2019 RECAP

Back in our hometown of San Diego and with 200+ people attending, this year’s conference was our biggest yet! We had our first ever site tour at UC San Diego's Shared Services Center, as well as the usual mix of workshops, sessions and networking opportunities. We received a lot of positive feedback on the speaker selection, sessions, and site tour and are excited to book our next site tour for the 6th iteration! With more and more executives joining us, we're looking forward to coming up with with new and interactive sessions for all to partake in for 2020.

Over 85% of our attendees participated with their teams. Remember, teamwork makes the dream work. We had industry leaders join us from all over the U.S., in addition to Canada and China! All of our participating schools are below, you can take a look at our 2019 attendee snapshot here too for more details

Amherst College, Brown University, Carnegie Mellon University, Colorado School of Mines, Delaware College of Art and Design, Deloitte, Ellucian®, Kent State University, Laureate Education, Middlebury College, Montana State University, Powell Industries, Stanford University, The Ohio State University, The University of Hong Kong, University of Alaska, University of California, Berkeley, University of California-San Diego, University of Connecticut, University of Iowa, University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC), University of New Mexico, University of Northern Iowa, University of Oklahoma, University of Ottawa, University of Pittsburgh, University of Texas at Austin, University of Washington, University of Wisconsin, University of Wisconsin System Office, UNT System, UT Health San Antonio, Utah State College, VCCS, VCU School of Medicine, & Washington University in St.Louis

We also had some helpful feedback on some things we can improve on next time. 2020 will be a year of interactive sessions, ample networking time, and much more!

We’re so grateful to our sponsors, speakers, staff, and attendees for making this conference possible. Whether you were able to come out this time or not, we hope to see you back on the West Coast next year – or even sooner at one of our other shared services events!

Ready for more?

Stay tuned for the 6th Shared Services in Higher Education, April 2020. Our passes will be available soon, if you are interested in attending next April, you can email us directly.

Get in touch if you have any questions.

Thank You Again!