Susan D. Waring, CLU, ChFC, recently became the first woman to ever be inducted into The American College’s Alumni Hall of Fame. The Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer – State Farm Life and Vice President – Health was nominated by her peers and selected based on her active participation in volunteer efforts for The College. Waring, shown here with Dr. Larry Barton, President and CEO of The American College, was inducted in a ceremony at The College’s annual Knowledge Summit in Boston.
The Alumni Hall of Fame recognizes graduates of The College who have made extraordinary contributions in time, effort and energy to the nation’s premier financial services educator. Individuals must be long-term volunteers of The College and active participants in The College’s community and learning environment. Waring is only the fifth individual to be inducted into The American College Alumni Hall of Fame.
“Susan Waring’s selfless dedication to The College and her service as a champion of women in financial services make her more than deserving of this honor,” Barton said. “Her work on The American College Foundation Board of Directors, leading committees and helping create the State Farm Chair in Women and Financial Services, demonstrates her commitment to professional education.”