Event: March 3-7 | Trade Show: March 5-7 | Salt Lake City, UT | Produced and Hosted by the National Association of College Stores

Speaker & Session Details

Select Your Ideal Sessions

Store Leadership and Strategy
Practical Store Operations
Buying, Merchandising, and Marketing
Course Materials eXperience (CM-X)

Thought Leader Sessions

  • Marketing

    Kelly McDonald
    Kelly McDonald

    Marketing Agency President, Speaker, Author

  • Consumer Behavior

    Shawna Suckow
    Shawna Suckow

    Award-Winning Global Speaker and Buyer Insider

  • Branding

    Denise Lee Yohn
    Denise Lee Yohn

    Brand Building Expert, Speaker, Author

Course Materials and Student Success

Course Materials Today and Tomorrow: Views from Publishing Executives

Gain insight into the future of course materials from the experts, publishing executives themselves.

This is the CM-X Keynote Session and a CAMEX Thought Leader Session—open to all attendees.

  • Robin Baliszewaki
    Robin Baliszewski
    Managing Director
    Higher Ed Sales in North America Pearson Education
  • Peter Cohen
    Peter Cohen
    President, U.S. K-12 and Higher Education
  • Scott Smith
    Scott Smith
    Elsevier Education
  • Kevin Stone
    Kevin Stone
    Chief Sales and Marketing Officer
    Cengage Learning
  • Tim Stookesberry
    Tim Stookesberry
    Senior Vice President Education
  • Ashley Gordon
    Ashley Gordon
    Academic Resource Strategist, NACS

Redefining the Role of Course Materials on Campus

Join a panel of experts in higher education and campus store management in a discussion on the new role of course materials as a strategic component of achieving overarching goals for student access, affordability, and success.

  • Imelda May
    Imelda May
    Simon Fraser University Bookstore
  • Greg Fenton
    Greg Fenton
  • Allyson Mower
    Allyson Mower
    Head of Scholarly Communication & Copyright
    Marriott Library, University of Utah
  • Mark Palmore
    Mark Palmore
    Senior Vice President – Sales
    Nebraska Book Company, Inc.