With a message of ‘Be The Change”, our Directors will be front and center meeting the membership and planning Association policy for the next 5 years...IARFC Chairman and CEO H. Stephen Bailey, MRFC.
MIDDLETOWN, Ohio (PRWEB) November 29, 2018
Already at home with the IARFC Board, Woodward sees his second term focusing on increasing membership and involving more members below the age of 45. In addition to his seat on the Board, he also serves on the Membership and Annual Meeting Committees.
Maples, the newest member to the Board projects Association growth also as a main priority and improving the understanding on where the Association is headed as well as comradery and consensus on being able to get there and the way to do it. He is a participant on the MRFC Exam Committee that rates the quality of the questions included on the required exam. “I have been working towards these goals since I took over as Chairman,” informs Chairman and CEO H. Stephen Bailey, MRFC. “It is helpful to future advancement that these Board Members support same focus.”
Remaining on the Board as Vice Chairman is Nicholas J. Royer, MRFC. He has served as a director for 6 years, is a member of the Annual Meeting Committee, and has represented a “public persona” of the Association through the recording of marketing videos for IARFC distribution. Royer has seen a positive transition of the IARFC as a group dedicated to future growth and diversity.
The Board meets 4 times a year – one meeting of which is in person and scheduled next March 19-20 in Nashville, TN. As a prelude to the Annual Conference, the Board will attend to business the day before the conference opens. Challenges lie ahead to keep the Association on track and increase its potential. “I always look forward to meeting everyone in person at these events,” continues Bailey. “Our group enjoys getting together and working towards common goals – the results of in-person networking.”
A complete listing of the IARFC Board of Directors can be found at http://www.iarfc.org. More information is available for those who are thinking of joining the Association. Their mission stays true in providing members and the clients they serve a continuing source of information. The organization will strengthen the financial services profession through adherence to and promotion of ethical behavior by members and a focus on continuing professional education.
For IARFC Members, the upcoming Annual Conference March 20-22 is the perfect example of opportunities to learn and network. “With a message of ‘Be The Change”, our Directors will be front and center meeting the membership and planning Association policy for the next 5 years,” confirms Bailey.