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Missouri Public Administrators Conference 2019

Posted on Apr 24, 2019 in News

Missouri Public Administrators Conference 2019

Casie Stephens, Trust Specialist III, and Nathan McKee, Trust Specialist II, are working hard this week to let our Public Administrators know the “super” ways MSNT can help their clients. Our slogan for the conference-“Let us show you how to be a “HERO” of your finances!”

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Missouri Public Administrators Conference 2019

Posted on Apr 24, 2019 in News

Missouri Public Administrators Conference 2019

Trust Specialists Casie Stephens and Sterling Odneal at the Missouri Public Administrators Conference in Columbia, MO April 16-19.

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Power Up 2019 AT Conference

Posted on Apr 15, 2019 in News

Power Up 2019 AT Conference

Charitable Trust Specialist Heather Allen and IT Director Gabe Wilkerson exhibiting at Power Up 2019 Assistive Technology Conference on April 1, 2019.

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Professor Yang from Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo, Japan visits MSNT

Posted on Mar 22, 2019 in News

Professor Yang from Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo, Japan visits MSNT

Professor Linkai Yang from Aoyama Gakuin University in Tokyo, Japan with MSNT Executive Director Kathy Birkes. Professor Yang is researching special needs trusts for use in Japan.

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2019 Missouri Oral Health Policy Conference

Posted on Mar 6, 2019 in News

2019 Missouri Oral Health Policy Conference

Executive Director Kathy Birkes and Charitable Trust Specialist Heather Allen with State Dental Director Dr John Dane at the 2019 Missouri Oral Health Policy Conference held in Jefferson City February 28 and March 1. The event was organized by the Missouri Coalition for Oral...

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MSNT: A Model For the World Part 2

Posted on Jan 4, 2019 in News

MSNT: A Model For the World Part 2

In October 2018, MSNT Executive Director Kathy Birkes spoke at the 5th World Congress on Adult Guardianship held in Seoul, South Korea. Just as MSNT was a leader when the concept of special needs trusts was first developed, so it remains a model for the world as the debate continues on the protection and independence of persons with disabilities.

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