NFDA is excited to welcome funeral professionals to the NFDA Leadership Conference, July 16-19 in Coeur d’Alene, ID. State and national funeral service associations are fortunate to have dedicated volunteers and leaders serving on boards, committees and work groups. During the Leadership Conference, funeral professionals will enhance their leadership skills to make a positive difference in their associations and the profession.
Thank you to our generous Leadership Conference sponsors: Live Oak Bank, Federated Insurance, Implant Recycling, Precoa, FCA-Fiat Chrysler, ASD - Answering Service for Directors and Nomis Publications Inc.
For more information about the Leadership Conference, visit www.nfda.org/leadershipconference.
Stay tuned for the latest from the 2017 Leadership Conference!
Join us for a Facebook Live broadcast of Critical Issue: A 50 State View of the Opioid Epidemic at 9:45 a.m. CT on Wednesday, July 19. If you miss the broadcast, we anticipate having a recording of available for your viewing pleasure. Click here for details.
A marvelous time was had by all on Tuesday evening while cruising on Lake Coeur d’Alene.
On deck today at the Leadership Conference is association guru Glenn Tecker talking about how attendees can make their association more effective.
What better way to kick off day two of the NFDA Leadership Conference than with a hearty breakfast!
President Ashley Cozine and President-elect Ken Cahall explain proposed bylaw changes to state leaders.
Funeral Service Foundation Executive Director Danelle O'Neill invites attendees to Have the Talk of a Lifetime using the popular Conversation Cards (get them here: www.nfda.org/havethetalk).
Today, during the Leadership Conference, attendees discussed the proposed NFDA bylaws changes that will be voted on by members next month, participated in breakout discussions and learned more about what it takes to serve in leadership roles with NFDA.
We kicked things off on Sunday night at the Leadership Conference with an incredible Welcome Party!
Check out the action on social media - follow the hashtag #NFDALead!