The International Association of
Insurance Professionals is a professional association open to individuals in the insurance and risk management industries.
Insurance Professionals is best known for providing insurance education, skills enhancement and leadership development to
Membership provides you the opportunity to increase
your business productivity and profitability by participating in educational offerings and making business connections with
other industry professionals. Over 70% of our members have advanced their careers through belonging to the association.
Through the web site you will be able to communicate with other members, access educational offerings. stay up-to-date
with the latest industry and association news, find out about upcoming events, collaborate and learn within our online community,
and much more
Region VIII consists of the States of:
(International) serves its members by providing professional education, an environment in which to build business alliances
and the opportunity to make connections with people of differing career paths and levels of experience within the insurance
- IAIP membership is open to all professionals in the insurance and risk management
industries who strive for and practice professionalism, regardless of their career level.
- IAIP fosters and encourages diversity,
offering a network for members in all career categories, all lines of insurance and all cultural and diverse backgrounds.
- IAIP promotes mentoring, acceptance of change, personal growth and flexibility of participation.
- IAIP governance and the operational management exist to enable the association to carry out it's mission.
Membership in IAIP may be accomplished
in two ways:
By joining through a Local Association
An active member is an individual employed in the risk management or insurance
fields, who belongs to one of IAIP's over 300 local affiliated associations. This is by far the most wide-spread means
of attaining membership; these members enjoy the "hands-on" benefits they receive from belonging to a local group
which meets regularly and provides networking on a more localized basis. These members automatically belong to the International
association through their membership in the local association (which includes the membership fee for both local & International).
By joining as a Member-At-Large
Many insurance employees, however,
cannot or do not wish to belong to a local association. Perhaps they travel and cannot attend local meetings regularly; perhaps
they simply don't have the time or interest in becoming involved in local projects and activities; perhaps there is no
local affiliate in their geographic area. For these people, membership-at-large is the better approach. This membership category
(as with the active membership, available only to those employed in the risk management or insurance fields) provides a membership
directly to the International association only, with no local affiliation.