IIAI HOSTS NAAIA ANNUAL MEETING
The Independent Insurance Agents of Indiana hosted the annual meeting of the National African-American Insurance Association, Indianapolis Chapter, on Thursday, March 21 at the Big I Headquarters in Indianapolis. The Indiana Big I and NAAIA have formed a strong partnership over the last several years under the guidance and leadership of Henry
Pippins from Grain Dealers Mutual.
RONALD TODD II, CEO OF SEEP LLC, TO BE HONORED AS ONE OF DAYTON'S 2013 TOP 10 AFRICAN AMERICAN MALES
Ronald C. Todd II, CEO of SEEP, Inc. Insurance Brokerage, was recently named president of the Southwest Ohio/Northern KY Chapter of the National African American Insurance Association. The local chapter, which was recently revived and expanded to include Northern Kentucky and Dayton, is part of NAAIA’s national organization which was founded by local insurance broker and publisher Jerald Tillman.
NAAIA ST. LOUIS PARTY FOR A PURPOSE
On Wednesday, December 5, 2012, Metropolitan St Louis Chapter of NAAIA had a community outreach event, NAAIA's Party For A Purpose to benefit the Saint Louis Crisis Nursery. The Saint Louis Crisis Nursery helps prevent child abuse by providing emergency intervention, respite care and support for families with children from birth through age 12. Below are pictures of St Louis NAAIA members delivering the donations to one of the locations in St. Louis.
TRAVELERS EXECUTIVE PRESENTED WITH DACH AWARD
William S. Allen, Jr. volunteers with program which helps attract talent to insurance industry.
The InVEST program awarded William “Bill” Allen, Jr., Travelers Select Sales Executive, with the Dach Award which honors an insurance industry volunteer who has made tremendous contributions in fostering the growth and development of InVEST. The program is a key driver to attract new talent to the insurance industry.
InVEST BROADENS ITS REACH
Collaboration with NAAIA opens new doors.
With apologies to Dickens: Insurance is the best of businesses; it is the worst of businesses. It is the best of businesses because it is needed by nearly every person and business. And it is the worst for the same reason.
ST. LOUIS CHAPTER PARTICIPATES IN 2012 WALK FOR THE CURE
Members of the NAAIA Metropolitan St. Louis joined more than 50,000 people to Walk for the Cure on June 23rd.
DETROIT CHAPTER PARTICIPATING IN RELAY FOR LIFE
The Detroit Chapter of the National African American Insurance Association (NAAIA) is seeking to connect with insurance professionals from professional insurance associations in the Metro Detroit area to volunteer with the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event commencing on June 16th at 10am at Marygrove College in Detroit.
INVEST AND NAAIA ANNOUNCE COLLABORATION
ALEXANDRIA,VA - Oct. 10, 2011 – The National African-American Insurance Association (NAAIA) recently announced a collaboration effort with InVEST, the insurance industry’s premier classroom to career education program.
SUMMER INSURANCE PROGRAM TARGETS STUDENTS IN DETROIT
More than two million professionals are employed in the U.S. insurance and financial services field, but according to InVEST, the industry’s premier classroom-to-career education program, 50% of those jobs will be up for grabs in the next 10 years.
NATIONAL AFRICAN-AMERICAN INSURANCE ASSOCIATION TO HOST 2011 NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN MIAMI, FL. SEPTEMBER 28-30
The National African-American Insurance Association (NAAIA) will host its 2011 National Conference September 28-30 at the Fairmount Turnberry Resort in Miami, Florida.
Themed ―Diversity—A Roadmap to New Opportunities‖, the event brings together insurance industry professionals from various roles and disciplines to participate in roundtable discussion forums, continuing education workshops, networking, and an awards ceremony honoring those who have made significant contributions to this industry.
METLIFE AUTO & HOME HONORED FOR PARTNERSHIP WITH NAAIA
MetLife Auto & Home has been presented the National African-American Insurance Association's 2011 Outstanding Partner Award in recognition of leadership, togetherness, teamwork and hihg accomplishments.
$2.8 MILLION DONATED TO THE AMERICAN COLLEGE TO ESTABLISH THE STATE FARM CENTER FOR WOMEN AND FINANCIAL SERVICES
Bryn Mawr, PA - January 27, 2011 - Working women and business owners will soon have access to a wealth of new information on handling finances as a result of a recent generous donation from State Farm Insurance. The donation will enable The American College, the nation's premier educator of financial services professionals, to create a new Center for Women and Financial Services. As the academic center of its kind, this focal point of research, education and knowledge will serve as the nation's leading authority on economic issues and opportunities of American women, both as consumers and providers of financial products and services. The $2.8 million donation to fund the Center is the largest single corporate gift ever received by The American College.
NAAIA HOSTS 12TH ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE, PRESENTS NEW NATIONAL BOARD
The National African-American Insurance Association (NAAIA) recently held its 12th annual National Confrence themed, "The Road Ahead" in Dallas, Texas. Featuring 21 corporate sponsors, including ING, Marsh, MetLife Auto & Home and Travelers, the event was attended by more than 300 people representing insurance corporations, insurance agents and brokers, exhibitors and local dignitaries.
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. NATIONAL MEMORIAL LEADERSHIP ANNOUNCES NINE ‘KIDS FOR KING’ PROGRAM HONOREES AT EVENT ON NATIONAL MALL
The leadership of the Washington, DC Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial Project Foundation, Inc. announced today the names of nine student winners of its Kids For King Education Initiative during an event on the National Mall. This Initiative, a partnership with The Travelers Companies, Inc., inspired youth from grades 3-12 to write an essay, create a piece of art, or produce a short video about the lasting legacy of Dr. King and his ideals of democracy, justice, hope, and love.
ACORD'S CARROLL & MARBLE AT NAAIA
ACORD's Daneen Carroll, Compliance Manager and Brian Marable, Market Development Manager, presented at the National African American Insurance Association (NAAIA) Annual Conference in Dallas this month.
ACORD'S DANEEN CARROLL NOMINATED TO NAAIA BOARD
Recently the National African American Insurance Association (NAAIA) announced that Daneen L. Carroll, Compliance Manager for ACORD was nominated to a three-year term on their Board.
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