Bill Zimmerman, Founder, President and CEO of LifePro Financial Services, was recently sworn in as president of the San Diego Chapter of the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA). Zimmerman will now oversee all the responsibilities and activities of NAIFA in the San Diego area.
Zimmerman’s years in the insurance and financial industry date back to 1967, when he excelled as a top personal producer, and then moved on to build a successful life sales office as an agency manager. He now heads one of the fastest-growing independent marketing organizations (IMOs) that deliver independent financial advisors the guidance, support, and integrity they need to become successful in the industry.
“I’ve spent my whole life building and teaching other financial advisors to become the very best that they can be,” Zimmerman says, “and I plan to bring that same type of intensity and integrity to the San Diego Chapter of NAIFA.”
Coming on the heels of one of the most successful years the chapter has ever experienced, Zimmerman certainly has high expectation. But his fellow NAIFA members have granted him the trust and belief that he will surpass those expectations. “Bill, your fellow members have elected you to be their president during the coming year,” says Justin Frisco, National Committee Person. “Your experience in the insurance and financial industry, your ability, and your character will ensure the highest successful administration. My sincere wishes to you and your board of directors and my congratulations to the members of San Diego, who have elected you as the president.”
If you happen to be a financial advisor in the area or know of one, please use the contact information below and become a NAIFA member. The San Diego Chapter is actively seeking advisors who share the same type of passion and want to become an advocate for their industry as they connect with other elite advisors from around the country.
The contact information is:
Membership Committee Chairman
LifePro Financial Services
By Ayo Mseka