Nominations are now being accepted for the National Tax-Deferred Savings Association’s 2020 Leadership Council (LC). Elected at-large LC members serve for one term of three calendar years.
The NTSA LC is responsible for overseeing the member-driven, non-public policy aspects of the NTSA, including, but not limited to, management, strategic and tactical planning, nominating, membership development, research, conferences, awards, education, services, advocacy and communications. Each At-large LC member is a Chair or Co-Chair of one of the committees.
The NTSA is a national organization of retirement plan professionals who provide consulting and administrative services for 403(b) and 457(b) plans covering hundreds of thousands of American workers. NTSA members are retirement professionals of all disciplines, including consultants, administrators, actuaries, accountants, advisors, broker-dealers, insurance companies, attorneys and more. The NTSA is part of the ARA, whose total membership of plan professionals is diverse, but united by a common dedication to the employer-based retirement plan system.
The NTSA champions advocacy and education for the industry. Its advocacy mission is to work effectively and proactively with state and local governments to advance public employee retirement security; in addition, NTSA coordinates with the ARA in its federal level advocacy on behalf of its Divisions of Membership. NTSA’s education mission is to provide high quality, forward-thinking, diverse education opportunities for professional development, as well as technical support and networking forums in its retirement industry space, focusing particularly on the K-12, higher education, governmental and healthcare segments, together with all non-profit organizations.
Members of the Leadership Council are all volunteers. And that puts them in good company, since volunteers are key to the work of the NTSA and its many achievements on behalf of our industry and the professionals who are a part of it, and, ultimately, the participants whom they serve.
Nominations are made by NTSA members and are due to Elizabeth Duda by Aug. 30; submit them to her by sending her an email at EDuda@USARetirement.org.