About Us

Welcome to NAIFA Tucson's website.

The fact that you've arrived, shows your commitment to our industry. We are the association of choice and strive to assist our members in sustaining and improving the business environment in promoting professionalism and enhancing the public image of our members.

Belonging to our professional organization helps developcontinuing education and professional growth; promotes healthy business practices, establishes positive public relations, generates worthwhile community service programs, and gives your individual voice a larger legislative impact by pooling our resources. We also sponsor educational industry courses from the

Life Underwriting Training Council (LUTC). Figures from a 1993 LIMRA report shows that NAIFA members earn median first year commissions of almost $20,000 more than non-members!

Your dues also incudes membership in the state (NAIFA-Arizona) and national (NAIFA) associations. You will receive a statewide membership directory and a national monthly magazine (Advisor Today) filled with great sales ideas and industry trends.

National industry recognition awards include the National Quality Award (persistency), the National Sales Achievement Award (volume), the Multi-Line Sales Award, the Home Service Award, and the prestigious Milllion Dollar Round Table Award (MDRT).

We promote open communication with our officers, please feel free to contact us via email at any time with any questions or concerns you may have.

Again, welcome to the association. I look forward to seeing you at an event soon. Remember continuing your education, networking with fellow members for information sharing and problem solving, being heard on legislative issued will utlimately enhance your professional image and most importantly give you a sense of pride.

As Nancy Lopez, the professional golfer said, 'If there is one characteristic that all great champions share it's an enormous sense of pride. That's true in all walks of life. The people who excel are those who are driven to show the world-and prove to themselves...just how good they are.'