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NAIFA Cuts the Ribbon on Its New Headquarters

By NAIFA on 12/14/23 9:23 AM

NAIFA 2023 President Bryon Holz, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF, CASL, LACP, and 2024 President Tom Cothron, LUTCF, FSCP, cut the ribbon on NAIFA's new national headquarters in Arlington, VA, in early December. Also participating in the ceremony were NAIFA Past Presidents Tom Michel, LACP, CLTC, and Larry Holzberg, LUTCF, LACP.

NAIFA CEO Kevin Mayeux, CAE, welcomed guests to the ceremony, which also featured a reception and open house. He said that along with NAIFA's merger with the Society of Financial Service Professionals and addition of Life Happens, the association's move to Suite 1890 at 1000 Wilson Blvd. will help NAIFA better serve its members and fulfill its mission. David Maola, the CEO of FSP, also delivered remarks at the ceremony and spoke about NAIFA's bright future and the enduring impact of FSP brand as an industry leader in professional development. 

The facility features a newly renovated conference space that is available to NAIFA, as well as members and chapters, to host meetings, training sessions, and other events. NAIFA recently held its Apex East signature event there.

The new headquarters is in the Rosslyn section of Arlington, very convenient to Reagan National Airport and Washington, D.C., are Metro transit system. The building is just across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C., and features stunning views of our nation's capital. 

Board at Ribbon CuttingNAIFA's Board of Trustees at the ribbon-cutting

Mayeux at Ribbon cuttingNAIFA CEO Kevin Mayeux

Maola at Ribbon cuttingFSP CEO David Maola

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