NAAIA National Announces Ebony N. Little as National Program Director

Washington, DC – The National African American Insurance Association (NAAIA) announced today the appointment of Ebony N. Little as its National Program Director.

Since 2016, Little has been with the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance in various roles, mostly recently serving as the Senior Education Programming Specialist. Little’s portfolio included planning and executing CLM’s conferences, webinars and continuing education programs. Little is known as a value-driven leader with a demonstrated history of creating effective and high quality programs with a creative approach.

As National Program Director, Ebony will lead, strengthen, and expand NAAIA’s highly regarded programs including national webinars, differentiated programming to support increasingly diverse membership segments, and signature and flagship programs including the National Talent Development Competition, National Leadership Summit and Regional Forums.

“I’m excited for our NAAIA members and partners to join me in welcoming Ebony to NAAIA,” said Omari Jahi Aarons, NAAIA National Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer. “Ebony is known for her personal touch and engagement and I’m looking forward to the ways that will translate to our programs.”

Little holds an Associate of Arts in Broadcast Journalism and is a Certified Professional in Training Management.

ABOUT NAAIA

The National African American Insurance Association (NAAIA) was organized to create a network among people of color and others employed in or affiliated with the insurance industry. The association currently has 1,700 members and 22 chapters, with others in development, throughout the nation and its members represent every sector of the industry. NAAIA’s focus is the professional development and personal empowerment of its members, and to serve as a gateway to diverse talent at every level of the industry. Visit www.naaia.org to learn more.
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