The Board will look to 2018 as the IARFC year of expansion both domestically and internationally.
Middletown (PRWEB) August 29, 2017
Starting October 1, suggestions can be sent by any IARFC member (via email) to the Nominating Committee Staff Liaison from those who wish to serve personally or endorse a candidate for consideration. These nominations are welcomed from the Association membership. Bio information, intent to serve and an optional statement on their intentions to promote the Association will be collected.
On November 1, nominations from membership are closed and the announcement of the initial candidate selection by the IARFC Nominating Committee is released. Those who did not make the initial selection by the Committee are notified and have an opportunity to collect 10 member supporters to keep their names on the ballot. Nominations are officially closed on November 20. Members of the IARFC Nominating Committee include Chairman H. Stephen Bailey, Vice Chairman Nicholas A. Royer, Treasurer Jon Rogers, and Secretary Michelle Blair.
On December 1, an election is conducted by the Board of Directors with the results being announced by December 15. During January and February, current and newly elected Directors make their travel plans to attend the Annual Board Meeting – April 16, 2018 and 2018 IARFC Biltmore Conference in Asheville, NC at the Biltmore Estate – April 17-19, 2018.
Serving on the IARFC Board of Directors is an opportunity to influence Association policy and give back to the Financial Services Industry. “We are looking to build a solid team of core individuals who will support the IARFC Mission and grow the membership,” comments Chairman H. Stephen Bailey, MRFC. “The Board will look to 2018 as the IARFC year of expansion both domestically and internationally. I am looking forward to working with experienced financial consultants who wish to leave an Association legacy and make a difference.”
Current duties of the Board of Directors include attending the annual in-person meeting and 3 electronic quarterly meetings. Members will be asked to serve on a committee to meet the organizational needs of the Association. “I encourage anyone who feels they have the desire to serve to send in their nomination,” continued Bailey. “We look forward to seeing new faces at the Biltmore Estate in April of 2018.”
To send in nominations contact the Nominations Committee Staff Liaison at susan(at)iarfc(dot)org. The IARFC promotes the growth of the Association for their members and the clients they serve by providing a continuing source of information, education and networking and an adherence to the promotion of ethical behavior.