The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) has created a new NAIFA 2025 Strategic Planning Committee.
The 32 committee members will try to draft a five-year strategic plan in time for a NAIFA board meeting in October.
NAIFA was founded in 1890, by life underwriters who had been active in city and state life underwriter associations since at least 1869, when an underwriter association came to life in Chicago.
The Falls Church, Virginia-based group sets ethical standards for its members, provides educational and networking opportunities, and represents members’ interests in Washington and in state capitals.
NAIFA recently implemented a NAIFA 20/20 strategic plan that led to the group combining many separate associations into one national association, with a national headquarters, 53 state and territorial chapters, and 35 local chapters.