Tuesday, April 4, 2022 | 12 noon eastern
The Q2 State of NAIFA will feature association President Bryon Holz, CLU, ChFC, LUTCF, CASL, LACP, and CEO Kevin Mayeux, CAE, updating all interested stakeholders on how NAIFA is serving members and the insurance and financial services industry. They will also outline the association’s progress toward meeting goals established by the NAIFA 2025 Strategic Plan. The program will feature a legislative and regulatory update by NAIFA Senior Vice President for Government Relations Diane Boyle.
The State of NAIFA webinars show NAIFA’s commitment to transparency and the association’s desire to ensure stakeholders understand what NAIFA is doing and where it is headed. NAIFA members are encouraged to attend to learn how they can get the maximum benefit from their membership. The event is open to all NAIFA members and their colleagues, corporate and association partners, members of the media, the public, and anyone with an interest in NAIFA’s success.
“There is a lot going on at NAIFA, including our upcoming 2023 Congressional Conference,” NAIFA President Holz said. “The State of NAIFA webinars keep all NAIFA members and leaders informed about what’s going on with their association and also provide great information for prospects, partners, the media, and anyone interested in NAIFA. If you want to know what’s going on with the leading association for insurance and financial professionals in the United States, the State of NAIFA is a great place to start. I encourage all NAIFA members to attend or watch the on-demand recording to know where their association is going and how they can get the most value out of their membership.”
CEO Kevin Mayeux will follow Holz with a report on products and services NAIFA has delivered and those planned for the rest of 2023. Diane Boyle will close the program with a rundown of NAIFA’s key advocacy wins and a briefing on the state and federal advocacy challenges currently facing financial professionals and the Main Street Americans they serve.
“NAIFA is committed to transparency, and keeping all of our stakeholders informed is a crucial part of our NAIFA 2025 Strategic Plan,” said Mayeux. “Along with our annual Business Implementation Plans and quarterly dashboard reports to members, the State of NAIFA events allow us as an association to chart our progress, lay out our future vision, and establish accountability.”