Exhibit and Recruit

The ASA Women in Statistics and Data Science Conference is a great place to meet a targeted group of statisticians on a one-to-one basis in a small, comfortable environment. Register as an exhibitor or enhance your presence by also registering as a recruiter.


Exhibitors receive the following:

  • A 6’ draped table
  • Two chairs
  • Signage throughout the conference
  • Listing on the conference website
  • Two exhibitor badges

Exhibit space allows for tabletop exhibits and small displays only; signage must be behind your table. No rigging. If you are attending only in your capacity as an exhibitor, conference registration is not required; however, if you wish to attend sessions or events, you must register for the conference.


Recruiter table registration includes access to the online recruiting database. This database is a launching point for employers and applicants to learn about opportunities and set up informal meetings and interviews. Conference attendees can submit their résumé and profile at no charge!


Exhibitor Table $1,500
Recruiter Table (ASA Corporate Member) $1,750
Recruiter Table* (Non-ASA Corporate Member) $2,000
Online Applicant Access Only (ASA Corporate Member) $1,000
Online Applicant Access Only (Non-ASA Corporate Member) $1,500

*Includes access to our online candidate database for the conference.

Opportunities Guide
and Prospectus

Opportunities Guide

  Commitment Form


Amy Farris
Director, Marketing and Membership Development
American Statistical Association
732 North Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Key Dates

  • April 1
    Sponsor Recognition in the Registration Guide
  • May 31
    Registration and Housing Open
  • August 15
    Sponsor Recognition in the Quick Guide

    Sponsor Quick Guide Ads Due / Paid Ads Due
  • September 13
    Sponsor/Advertiser Digital Ads Due

    Sponsor Recognition on Onsite Signage

    Exhibitor Contracts Due

Cancelation Policy

Cancelations will be refunded prior to July 15, 2024, less 50%. Cancelations must be submitted in writing to Amy Farris.