The 2005 leadership of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners was affirmed during the organizations winter meeting but with a twist.
State insurance commissioners voted to change the bylaws of the organization, based in Kansas City, Mo., to create a post of president-elect.
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The lineup for 2005 is similar to an interim lineup named in September after the resignations of then NAIC President Ernst Csiszar and NAIC Vice President Jim Poolman.
The new leadership is as follows: Diane Koken of Pennsylvania as president; Alessandro Iuppa, superintendent of insurance in Maine, president-elect; Joel Ario, Oregon administrator, vice president; and, Sandy Praeger, Kansas commissioner, secretary-treasurer.