Life after Serving as President of IAIP

By E. Faye Evans

It’s July 2008, my term as International President ended in June. Now what? What’s going to change? After five years of serving as Region III RVP, International Secretary, International Vice President, International President Elect and International President, I was not sure.

I realized – not much. I had made the decision when I first wanted to serve the membership, I would remain as involved and active as possible when my leadership roles ended.

The biggest change I noticed was the drastic reduction in daily emails and phone calls. Other than that, I stayed ALL IN, serving on and chairing committees. I continued to attend council meetings, regional conferences and of course, International Conventions.

The deep friendships developed all over the country, plus the desire to help whenever and wherever possible pushed me to remain active helping to ensure this association remained relative and vibrant. This means the world to me.

I look forward to continuing to give back as long as I am needed/wanted and am physically able to do so. IAIP has and will continue to be a major portion of my life – so, for me, there is NO life without IAIP!

E. Faye Evans

2007/2008 International President

Faye knew when she joined in 1987, she wanted to hold as many offices as she could. She held all offices on the local, council, regional and international levels.  Faye has been a Founders Circle member since 1999 and is a member of the NAIW Legacy Foundation. She retired as a co-owner when she and her husband sold their claims adjusting business. Faye and her husband Fate have been married for 54 years. They have two daughters with four grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Faye is also a 31-year breast cancer survivor. She is also a very active member of Beta Sigma Phi.

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