We are confident Kim’s successor will have all the tools, staff, and resources needed to exceed NAFA’s goals in the future,” said S. Christopher Johnson, Chairman of the Board of Directors.
Washington, DC (PRWEB) January 22, 2015
The National Association for Fixed Annuities (NAFA) announces the retirement of Kim O’Brien, President & CEO, from the organization effective Friday, January 16, 2015.
An ardent advocate for fixed annuities with 10 years at the helm of NAFA, Ms. O’Brien dedicated a large portion of her career to the fixed annuity industry. O’Brien played a key role in leading the membership of NAFA in promoting fixed annuities in her work with legislators and key members on Capitol Hill.
NAFA will continue its mission and dedication to promoting the awareness and understanding of fixed annuities and their benefits to consumers. “NAFA is well-positioned for significant growth, due in part to Kim’s vision and leadership. We are confident Kim’s successor will have all the tools, staff, and resources needed to exceed NAFA’s goals in the future,” said S. Christopher Johnson, Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The NAFA Board of Directors has begun the process of finding a replacement to fill the position of Executive Director. During the transition, Janet Terpening, Director of Operations, will take over the duties being vacated by Ms. O’Brien.
NAFA, the National Association for Fixed Annuities, is an advocacy trade association exclusively dedicated to fixed annuities by educating regulators, legislators, journalists, and industry personnel about the value of fixed annuities and their benefits to consumers. NAFA’s membership represents every aspect of the fixed annuity marketplace covering 85% of fixed annuities sold by independent agents, advisors and brokers. NAFA was founded in 1998. Learn more at http://www.nafa.com.