NAIFA-West Virginia Facilitates Donations to State Flood Relief Fund

July 13th, 2016, Comments Off on NAIFA-West Virginia Facilitates Donations to State Flood Relief Fund.

The devastating floods that have wreaked havoc across several counties in West Virginia have destroyed well over 1,000 homes and cost dozens of lives.

NAIFA-West Virginia is working with the Charleston, W.Va., United Way in facilitating financial contributions for residents in need of resources, especially those in areas hardest hit (including Richwood, Lewisburg, and Clendenin).

Please visit NAIFA-WV’s website to donate. You also may send a check to NAIFA-WV (write “flood relief” in the memo field). Mail checks to:

NAIFA-West Virginia
c/o Executive Director John E. Pauley, CLU, ChFC, CLTC
P. O. Box 3586
Charleston, WV 25336

Please note that donations to NAIFA-West Virginia for the NAIFA-West Virginia 2016 Flood Relief Fund are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.

NAIFA Names Jason Carter, LUTCF, the 2016 Young Advisors Team Leader of the Year

May 31st, 2016, Comments Off on NAIFA Names Jason Carter, LUTCF, the 2016 Young Advisors Team Leader of the Year.

NAIFA – Texarkana Member is the Seventh Recipient of the Award

2016 YAT Leader of the Year Jason Carter

2016 YAT Leader of the Year Jason Carter

The National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors (NAIFA) has named Jason Carter, LUTCF, the 2016 Young Advisors Team Leader of the Year. Jason, 38, is owner and president of Jason Carter Companies, comprised of Carter Insurance and Financial Services, J.E. Carter Consulting, and The Fire Up Factory. He is the current 2015-2016 NAIFA-Arkansas president-elect.

“It is always a pleasure to see successful young advisors like Jason Carter providing strong leadership within our association,” said NAIFA President Jules Gaudreau, ChFC, CIC. “It shows that Jason is a dedicated professional, committed to the wellbeing of his clients and the success of his colleagues in the industry. Congratulations to him on this well-deserved honor.”

The Young Advisors Team (YAT), a NAIFA program established in 2001, provides networking and educational programs for advisors who are age 40 or under or who have been in the business for less than five years.

The YAT Leader of the Year Award recognizes an advisor’s commitment to NAIFA, including service on local, state, and national committees and participation in the Leadership in Life Institute (LILI); involvement with state or federal legislative efforts; participation in external service work, such as charities; and an ability to inspire others.

Jason is the current president-elect of NAIFA-Arkansas and has served in several positions with NAIFA-Arkansas, including secretary, membership chair, YAT chair, and board member. He has also served as president, membership chair, APIC chair, and IFAPAC chair for NAIFA-Texarkana and as a committee member on NAIFA National’s Young Advisors Team.

In addition to his service to NAIFA, Jason serves as a youth leader and advisor through his work with Trail Life USA and The American Heritage Girls. He is a board member and secretary for Texarkana Museums System, a Rotary Club member, a spokesperson for Healing Helpers Anti Drug Coalition and is involved with the Hampton Church of Christ. In 2012, Jason was awarded the President of the United States Call to Service Award for National and Community Service.

Jason founded Carter Insurance & Financial Services, a multiline brokerage firm, over a decade ago. His other endeavors consist of J.E. Carter Consulting, a strategic planning and practice management group operating nationwide, as well as his speakers bureau, The Fire UP Factory.

As the YAT Leader of the Year, Jason will be recognized during the NAIFA 2016 Performance + Purpose Conference in Las Vegas, September 17-19.

For more information on NAIFA’s Young Advisors Team, visit www.naifa.org/yat.