Victoria Newman, vice president of sales and marketing at KeyMark Inc., an award-winning document management solution provider, has been named New Volunteer of the Year by the Insurance Accounting and Systems Association, Incorporated (IASA).
Newman was formally recognized for her efforts at IASA’s annual conference, recently held in Nashville, TN. IASA is one of the insurance industry’s largest trade associations. Association membership includes insurance companies, companies serving the insurance industry, regulators and other professionals. Each year, IASA honors a new volunteer who stands apart in demonstrating a commitment to furthering IASA’s goals.
“Victoria has been a wonderful addition to the ranks of IASA,” said JP Schroeder, vice president of volunteer development for IASA. “She has hit the ground running and provided tremendous leadership with our new monthly member polls (called the IASA Industry Pulse) as well as various social media projects.”
Newman’s volunteer commitment to IASA includes chairing a surveys subcommittee and acting as a social media subcommittee liaison between publications and marketing. “I’m grateful to be honored for my contributions to IASA,” said Newman. “I strongly believe in volunteer service and get so much out of my interactions with other IASA members and volunteers.
The Insurance Accounting & Systems Association, Incorporated (IASA) is a non-profit, education association that strives to enhance the knowledge of insurance professionals, and participants from similar organizations closely allied with the insurance industry by facilitating the exchange of ideas and information. IASA is one of the insurance industry’s largest, and most well represented trade association. IASA membership includes insurance companies of all types (Property & Casualty, Life, Health, Fraternal, HMO and others) as members, as well as companies serving the insurance industry, regulators and also organizations more broadly representative of the financial services industry, including banks and investment brokerage firms. For more information, visit www.iasa.org.