Press Releases


10
May 2017

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 societies and why they feel it’s important.

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27
Apr 2017

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,

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27
Apr 2017

OAK BROOK, IL — The American Fraternal Alliance, the national trade association representing 64 fraternal benefit societies, is pleased to announce the promotion of Allison Koppel to the position of Chief Operations Officer (COO).

As the COO, Koppel will serve as the Alliance’s number-two executive and will be responsible guiding the organization’s strategic initiatives under the direction of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and monitoring and managing the Alliance’s risk management plan. Koppel will also oversee the daily operations of the membership,

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27
Apr 2017

OAK BROOK, IL — The American Fraternal Alliance, the national trade association representing 64 fraternal benefit societies in the U.S. and Canada, is pleased to announce the promotion of Andrea Litewski, MPA to the position of Director of Education.

As the Director, Litewski will lead the association’s efforts in the development of educational events and opportunities for its member societies and members of their staff and boards. She will also develop, plan and execute the Alliance’s Annual and Spring meeting programs which convene hundreds of attendees from across the nation.

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