Company & Public Relations (Trusted Choice®) Committee - This Committee hosts meetings with insurance companies to review their business plans for Iowa. These meetings take place at the IIAI office and involve 3 companies a year. The committee is charged with the responsibility of suggesting programs or services that enhance the image of the local independent insurance agency. In addition, it may look at potential advertising possibilities for the Association as well as co-op advertising with member agencies and insurance companies and help with the Trusted Choice® program.
Education Committee - This committee establishes the education programs for the year and includes such things as a critique of previous programs, suggesting topics and instructors for all technical training seminars and determining any special needs programs.
Governmental Affairs Committee & IIAI PAC Committee - This Committee reviews all legislative bills introduced during the legislative session, then suggests policy decisions for each. The committee also works with IIAI to develop proactive legislation that would be in the members' and consumers' best interests. Any matter dealing with governmental relations is referred to this committee.
Rural Agents Committee - This committee deals with any and all insurance issues facing agriculture clients as well as taking policy positions on any legislation affecting any new federal farm bills on multi-peril crop insurance. The committee is also responsible for establishing the agenda for the annual Rural Agents Conference and attending the conference, and will recognize and respond to special needs of smaller agencies.
Technical & Industry Affairs Committee - This committee deals with the technical aspects of the insurance industry, and industry issues that directly or indirectly affect the operations of member agencies, as well as monitoring ISO, NCCI and other industry group filings. It monitors ISO, NCCI and other industry group filings, confers with the Iowa Insurance Division on technical issues and prepares technical reports and articles that members can use in their day-to-day operations.
Young Agents Committee - This committee is comprised of young agents aged 40 or younger. Their responsibilities include reviewing special programs and services (including sales programs for new producers) that will meet the needs of young agents; and to plan the annual Young Agents Conference. All committee membes are asked to attend the Young Agents Conference.