Young Insurance Professionals
The Young Insurance Professionals (Leadership Development) Committee was created in 2014 to offer young agents and new entrants (Under 40) in the insurance industry a forum for education and networking for their professional development while increasing involvement in the industry and the Association.
The fundamental mission is to nurture the careers of individual members of the IIABAZ who are either young or new to the industry. We hope to develop a peer group of young agents (under 40).
Our objectives are:
Provide opportunities to foster professional and interpersonal relationships.
Help develop technical knowledge and expertise.
Increase Membership involvement in the political process and advocate for important industry issues.
To better the industry's image through public relations programs.
Help improve communication skills.
Refine marketing and sales abilities.
Promotion and representation of common business interests.
Develop an interest in becoming involved with the IIABAZ in a leadership role.
To provide a resource to state and national associations in carrying out their programs.
Membership in the Young Insurance Professionals Committee will NOT require any additional “fees” or “dues” and will be led by the members of the Committee.
Membership requires that your agency or company is an IIABAZ Member or Associate Member.
Young Insurance Professionals Committee Chair
Matthew I. Snowden
1110 East Missouri Avenue, #400
Phoenix, Arizona 85014
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Committee Membership Information
Application to join.
The Young Insurance Professionals (Leadership Development) Committee offers a
forum for young agents to gather and network at social and educational
programs. Solicitation for employment is not allowed. Attendees at
any Young Insurance Professional Committee function agrees not to solicit any
participant of the event(s) for employment or “employment like” offers which
would require the attendee to leave their current employment.