Your Voice

Irish, Maureen
July 2002
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2002, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p10
Academic Journal
This article provides information on a section of the Journal of Financial Planning called Voice. With her knowledge of the industry and the profession and an ability to closely examine the issues, editor Shelley A. Lee will make sure that Voice provides analysis that goes beyond the reporting of news. Through interviews, roundtable discussions and point/counterpoint articles, Voice will present a range of insights not only from within the profession, but without as well. Also take a look at another section, Web Directory, a single-page guide to current attractions and ongoing highlights on the Financial Planning Association and Journal of Financial Planning Web sites. Together, Web Directory and Voice replace FYI, which has been the journal's area for reporting news and events since 1999. Voice debuts with a discussion about the Financial Planning Association's membership divisions. When the Institute of Certified Financial Planners and the International Association for Financial Planning merged in 2000 to form the Financial Planning Association, various membership divisions were established to reflect its membership landscape. Voice focuses at an organizational level. The association's board of directors represents the diverse constituency of financial services professionals, making decisions and setting objectives on their behalf.


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