Each year, CAPFAA recognizes the contributions of selected members at the Annual Business Meeting. To learn more about the awards and recipients, click below:
The P. Jerome Cunningham Award is awarded annually in memory of Jerry Cunningham, one of CAPFAA’s founding fathers. The purpose of the award is to recognize a CAPFAA member for distinguished service to the financial aid profession.
|2012||Mark E. French|
|1992||Jacqueline Foster (posthumous)|
|1991||Julie Bellico Savino|
|1990||Marcia Pond Gardiner|
The CAPFAA Lifetime Member Award is awarded annually. The purpose of the award is to recognize a CAPFAA member who has made an outstanding and sustained contribution to CAPFAA and the financial aid profession.
|2012||Julie B. Savino|
|2008||Patricia Del Buono|
|2004||Joseph J. Martinkovic|
|1998||Margaret L. Bridle|
|1997||Rodney P. Butler Sr.|
|1996||Donald “Skip” M. Routh|
|1994||Richard J. Luppino|
The Henry L. Miller Emerging Leader Award is awarded annually in memory of Henry L. Miller, a longtime CAPFAA member, financial aid administrator, consultant and mentor to dozens of financial aid professionals. The purpose of this award is to recognize an up and coming leader in both CAPFAA and the financial aid profession.
The Magic of Mentoring Award is awarded by the Mentoring Committee. Its purpose is to recognize an individual mentoring others within the profession and within CAPFAA over a sustained period of time. The award name is a nod to its inaugural recipient and represents the individual’s love of magic and his magical transcendence across all ages and school types.
Dominic “Nick” Yoia