NAIFA President-Elect Cammie Scott presented attendees at NAIFA’s Performance + Purpose conference in Orlando with inspirational and forward-looking remarks and a call to purpose.
Four years into the NAIFA 20/20 strategic plan, NAIFA has create a more flexible association better suited to meeting the professional development and advocacy needs of its members.
The new NAIFA is delivering on its membership promise to advocate, educate, and differentiate it members. NAIFA is ramping up political advocacy on Capitol Hill and in “Tallahassee, Albany, Austin, Sacramento, Madison, Annapolis, Little Rock and every state capital in between.” NAIFA has bolstered professional development and certification programs to educate members and set them apart from their peers.
“Advocate, Educate, And Differentiate,” Scott said. “It’s what we do. It’s who we are. We are the preeminent, most influential and most respected professional association for agents and advisors. Our members are high achieving people, driven to succeed and recognize they are a part of something bigger than themselves.”
Scott told P+P attendees that they have a roll to play in continuing NAIFA’s success and continuing the association’s vision into the future.
“Go home from this conference and tell people about what you heard and what you learned,” she said. “NAIFA has changed. The conference has changed. We are all about helping you do business better. Helping you succeed personally and professionally.”
“It is no longer business as usual,” she said. “The industry giant has been awakened from its nap and is ready for action. We need your help in recruiting people to join us on the journey. Opportunity is when preparation and circumstance meet. We are prepared. We are ready. Come along side of us as we advance the industry and the profession.”