Host City
Affectionately referred to as The City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia is notable for its rich history, on display at the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed) and other American Revolutionary sites. Also iconic are the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, immortalized by Sylvester Stallone’s triumphant run in the film "Rocky."

Community Service
NAGDCA will continue its tradition of giving back to the community where our conferences are held by donating $500 to Pathways to Housing PA. NAGDCA conference participants can donate by clicking here

 Guest Program
Tuesday, September 25
Tour details TBD.

Open only to registered guests; limited space is available.
Please indicate your participation on the registration form. 

Theresa Cruz Myers 5k Run
Tuesday, September 25 at 6:30 am
Location: TBD
Cost: $30 - includes t-shirt

Honoring Theresa Cruz Myers
The Theresa Cruz Myers 5k Run began in 2015 in honor of longtime NAGDCA member and ANC supporter, Theresa Cruz Myers, who lost her battle with leukemia in 2014. 

All proceeds from the 5k Run will benefit the ANC Foundation, and there are several ways you can show your support:

  • Sponsor the Fun Run/Walk for $2,500 - Sponsor logos will be featured on the 5k Run t-shirt and signage at the annual conference.
    Visit the sponsorship page for purchasing instructions. 
  • Sign up to participate in the 5k Run when you complete your registration for the annual conference.
  • Make a donation to the ANC Foundation in memory of Theresa Cruz Myers.

ANC Foundation Retiremnet Knowledge Quiz Bowl
Monday, September 24: Elimination Round
Tuesday, September 25: Final Round

The ANC Foundation Retirement Knowledge Quiz Bowl is an annual competition for studnets in CFP and non-CFP degree programs. The objective of the quiz bowl is to promote the profession of financial planning and advance knowledge in the field of public sector retirement plans. 

The game show challenge will test students' knowledge in five areas of retirement planning (retirement readiness, retirement planning, retirement income, investments and investing, and plan design) and include both general and intermediate level knowledge and application questions. Click here for more information.