Annual Conference

Don’t Miss the Opportunity to Attend INA’s 33rd Annual Conference, May 17 – 20, 2018, Tucson, Arizona.

Exciting locations. Dynamic speakers. Content rich workshops.

Our Annual Conference offers educational and networking opportunities for business owners and in-home child care providers. Our annual conference is held in a different city each year and is typically scheduled for April or May.

Past Conferences: 20172016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012  | 2011 | 2010 | 2009

Top Reasons to Attend

  • Enrich Your Knowledge. The many educational workshops will enhance your professional and personal development.
  • Three tracks of workshops for Nannies, Newborn Care Specialists and Agency Owners & Staff.
  • Gain Insider Tips. Industry veterans and educators will share their experience and knowledge.
  • Planned Networking Opportunities. Network with nanny agency owners and staff, professional nannies, Newborn Care Specialists, industry educators and industry service providers, all in one location.
  • Connect with old friends and make new friends. Socializing starts at the welcome reception.
  • Exciting Locations. Every year, the INA Annual Conference is held in a different city within the United States.


Registration will begin December 1, 2017 for our 2018 Annual Conference.

Early Bird December 1 – January 31 $345 $445
General February 1 – March 31 $445 $545
Late April 1- April 30 $545 $645
One Day Early Bird $230 $290
One Day General $290 $350
One Day Late $350 $400
Registration will close April 30, 2018

INA is thrilled to announce that the JW MarriottTucson Starr Pass Resort & Spa will be the site of our 2018 Annual Conference, May 17-20, 2018. The JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort & Spa is an experience unto itself. Why not take a few extra days, enjoy all that Tucson has to offer, or bring the family for a vacation? Conference attendees will enjoy the following:

$139 single / double room rate + state and local taxes
$159 triple room rate + state and local taxes
$179 quad room rate + state and local taxes