Health Agents for America, Inc.
“HAFA is 100% focused on sharing and represnting the indispensable value of the leaht insurance agent in healthcare reform. Other associations have gotten diluted, by trying to be all things to all people. Not at HAFA! I encourage all health insurance agents to become a member of HAFA!” – Johnny Dawkins, Fayetteville, NC
“In my 26 years in the industry, I have never once been so excited about being a part of a Professional Organization.” – Don Massad, Baton Rouge, LA
“I was skeptical at first how some one in Louisiana could help their small town, Pennsylvania agency, but now have no doubt that HAFA can work for other states through its grassroots model of mobilizing agents call to legislators, deliver opinion letters and talk with key legislators in important committees to get bills passed.” – Angie Surra, St. Marys, PA
“I joined HAFA because I was frustrated with the insurance carriers, CMS, HHS and the Dept of Insurance giving me incorrect info or tell me they didn’t know!!!
I was in a seminar in Baton Rouge When I heard you speak and I knew that very moment that I wanted to be on your team! I called you on my drive home frmo Baton Rouge and I joined the next week.
Before I met you I was beginning to question whether I wanted to stay in the health business because I’m not one to give my customers information unless I’m positive it’s correct and I wasn’t sure what was correct.
My life has changed and I love my job again because of you! I love you so much for being there for Agent’s of America!!!” – Tracey Matte Wells, CHRS, Monroe, LA
“I have never had anyone work as hard for me and my career as Ronnell. You do a great job of keeping us up to date with what is going on. You also provide a person to contact with questions and concerns. Thank you for all that you do.” – Debbie Pickett, Senior Advisor, Monroe LA
“If you are a live-human LinkedIn user who somehow came here for real, as opposed to some kind of bot: You are truly into insurance. You are obsessed. You should strongly consider attending a HAFA meeting. Jeff Miles, for example, sent us the most candid health insurance blog anyone has sent us. My experience is that, because HAFA is fairly small, its sessions are about as real as it gets. So, anyhow: My personal advice would be that, if you can attend one out-of-town meeting this year, and you’re not about to be elected to a national office at the other one, attend this one.” – Allison Bell, Insurance Editor of ThinkAdvisor