For this great American holiday, the American Fraternal Alliance thanks its member societies for their generosity and spirit of giving to those in need.
OAK BROOK, IL November 20, 2017 — The American Fraternal Alliance (Alliance), the national trade association representing 62 fraternal benefit societies in the U.S. and Canada, announced today that, as of November 10, 2017 its member societies have contributed $10,166,381 to relief efforts from recent hurricanes,» Read more about: Fraternal Benefit......
OAK BROOK, IL October 6, 2017 – The American Fraternal Alliance welcomed two new fraternal executives to its Board of Directors at the 2017 Annual Meeting, September 6-8, in Chandler, Arizona: Matthew E. (Matt) Ellis, Executive Vice President, Secretary and General Counsel, WoodmenLife; and Joe Alvarez, VP, Operations and Information Technology at FaithLife Financial.
“The Alliance and its member societies congratulate Matt and Joe on their election to serve as Directors on the Board,” said Alliance President and CEO Joseph J.» Read more about: American Fraternal Alliance Board Welcomes Two New Directors......
OAK BROOK, IL, September 11, 2017 – The American Fraternal Alliance announces that Kevin A. Marti, President & CEO, Gleaner Life Insurance Society, was elected Chair of its Board of Directors. Marti was installed in this Alliance office at the 2017 Annual Meeting,» Read more about: Kevin A. Marti Elected Chair of the American Fraternal Alliance Board......
OAK BROOK, IL, September 14, 2017 – The American Fraternal Alliance announces that Timothy L. (Tim) Kuzma was installed as Vice Chair of its Board of Directors at the 2017 Annual Meeting, September 8, in Chandler, Arizona.
“The Alliance and its member societies congratulate Tim on his election to serve as Vice Chair of the Board,” said Alliance......
OAK BROOK, IL August 9, 2017 — The American Fraternal Alliance (Alliance), the national trade association representing 63 fraternal benefit societies in the U.S. and Canada, applauds the adoption by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners Executive and Plenary Committee (NAIC) of an Alliance-proposed amendment to the existing Principle-Based Reserving Small Company Exemption (PBR SCE). The amendment will exempt truly small life insurers from complying with burdensome and unnecessary reserving regulations that do not make sense for the insurers or the regulators responsible for their oversight.» Read more about: American Fraternal Alliance Applauds......
OAK BROOK, IL, June 26, 2017 – The American Fraternal Alliance is pleased to announce the keynote speakers and program for its 2017 Annual Meeting, September 6-8, 2017, at the Sheraton Wild Horse Pass in Chandler, Arizona.
“We take the job of providing our members with the finest quality professional education and programming very seriously,” said Joseph Annotti, President and CEO of the American Fraternal Alliance. “We work all year to develop a program that will help our member societies stay ahead of the curve on issues like strategic planning and compliance with......
This column by the Alliance’s Allison Koppel features a look at the Diversity: Two Top Female Leaders and the Road to the Corner Office that was presented at the 2017 Spring Symposium last month.» Read more about: 7 Lessons in Leadership: Top Female Insurance Execs Share Their Advice »...
OAK BROOK, IL — The American Fraternal Alliance, the national trade association representing approximately 63 fraternal benefit societies, is pleased to announce the hiring of Taylor Conrad as its new Membership and Marketing Coordinator.
As the Membership and Marketing Coordinator, Conrad will work to further support marketing efforts to communicate the value of membership, promote products and services, encourage member engagement, and to aid with data-driven products related to public affairs efforts.» Read more about: Taylor Conrad Joins the American Fraternal Alliance Staff as Membership and......
Becoming a female CEO in the insurance industry takes expertise, courage, and perseverance. Becoming one in the conservative fraternal system takes even more. Hear from two highly respected women who run societies as CEO or President and from another who is a rising star. Learn about the obstacles they have faced along the way and how their experiences give them a unique perspective as they cultivate female executives at their own......
Members societies come together to re-imagine a century-old concept to appeal to community-minded millennials.
OAK BROOK, IL — The American Fraternal Alliance (the Alliance), the national trade association representing 63 fraternal benefit societies in the U.S. and Canada, is excited to announce that it is moving forward with an initiative to create a “fraternal branding” program for its members.
“The Alliance membership has spent the past couple of years studying ways to reinvigorate and grow our niche in the insurance industry,” said Joseph Annotti,» Read more about: American Fraternal Alliance Members to Rebrand To......