Today's Insurance Professionals

The 2024 IAIP Convention began with inspiration and enthusiasm as our dynamic keynote speaker taught us that deflate, relate and elevate is the formula to create connection from chaos. The Ignite panelists shared with us an engaging and, at times, humorous state of the industry discussion including everything from talent acquisition to inflation. And every

By Geraldine Plott, CPCU, FCLA, SCLA, AIC, ARM, AIS, AINS, CIIP, DAE, CLP-A A recent article from the Bank of America stated that our industry, as well as all businesses, are not alone in the fight against cybercrime. Colleges and universities have unique characteristics that make them a prime target to cybercrime. This is evidenced

By Brenda Hornyak, ACSR, CISR, CPIW, DAE ACSR, CISR, CPCU, CIC, CRM, ARM, AINS, API: all are designations are available through state agencies and National Alliance. All require completion of courses to distinguish yourself in the insurance industry.  But did you know, as part of your added membership benefits, IAIP offers the following designations? CIIP:

By Regina Lemanowicz, CLP I learned at a very young age—in elementary school—that I have a goal-oriented personality. Our teacher assigned the class to read five books during the summer. I decided to up it to 10. That was hard since I lived in a very rural area with only a bookmobile that came around

Scholarship Deadlines: January 15 & August 15 Scholarship Submission Guidelines: Application Checklist provides a guide to what reviewers will be looking for: Grant Deadlines: October 15 & March 15 Grant Submission Guidelines Application Checklist provides a guide to what reviewers will be looking for: The NAIW International Legacy Foundation is a 501(c)3 insurance trust to

By Mark Coberly As I peruse my Facebook page and see the many members of IAIP post pictures and videos of their beloved pets, of which I am the biggest offender, I often wonder, “Are those pets covered by insurance?” If you attended the IAIP Convention in Louisville, you would probably remember the speech I