New Board members bring passion and vision

January 2005
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan2005 Supplement, Vol. 18, p19
Academic Journal
The article profiles two appointees to the Financial Planning Association (FPA) Board of Directors. Kathleen Longo, of Accredited Investors, Inc., in Edmina, Minnesota, discusses her volunteer work with FPA and her interest in career development. Longo would like to focus on membership and advocacy while she serves on the FPA board. The article also profiles Timothy Wyman, of the Center for Financial Planning, Inc., in Southfield, Michigan. Wyman discusses how the FPA could help to make the process of becoming a financial planner easier for those who are new to the field.


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