The NAIW International Legacy Foundation was formed in 2006 as the philanthropic arm of NAIW International, now the International Association of Insurance Professionals, an association of insurance and risk management professionals dedicated to the perpetuation of those industries through education, networking and industry alliances. The NAIW International Legacy Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) organization allowing gifts to the Foundation to be tax deductible.
The NAIW International Legacy Foundation is a 501(c)(3) Insurance Trust dedicated to the development and funding of educational programs for those dedicated to the insurance profession.
Use of Funds
2012 – funded the development of the Certified Leadership Professional Program. Following the launch of the new program, over 30 designations were earned and hundreds of courses completed in the first two years.
2016 – funded the development of new I CAN! and I CAN! A Step Above courses including:
- I CAN! A Step Above 60-minute: Insurance Claims: A Basic Overview
- I CAN! A Step Above 60-minute: Builder’s Risk
- I CAN! A Step Above 60-minute: Claims-Made vs Occurrence
- I CAN! 30-minute: How Much Do I Need? Determining How Much Life Insurance Should be Purchased
2021 – funded the conversion of the IAIP signature course series, CLP, CLP Renewal, Selling Essentials, for use in a new Learning Management System.
2021 – funded $5,000 in membership grants to support members financially impacted by the global coronavirus pandemic. Over 25 members were able to renew their IAIP membership through this grant.
Convention Keynote Speakers – funded the engaging, dynamic and energetic keynote speakers
- 2014 – Judson Laipply | Life is Change
- 2015 – Jon Petz | It’s Showtime…And Life Is NOT a Dress Rehearsal
- 2016 – Patrick Henry | Becoming Remember-able!
- 2017 – Tami Evans | Half Full of It: Activating Optimism and Other Hard-Core Soft-Skills
- 2018 – Judi Holler | The Art of Being Unexpected: How to Blow Minds and Stay Relevant
- 2019 – Tony Canas | Insuring Tomorrow
- 2021 – Paul Long | Fundamism