ECS Financial Services’ Dalgaard Appointed to NEFA Board of Directors
NOV 26, 2018 - 6:50 am
ECS Financial Services announced that ECS Manager Anne Dalgaard, CPA, CLFP, was elected to the National Equipment Finance Association Board of Directors.
The NEFA board of directors includes 13 members who have demonstrated leadership in the leasing industry, and represent a cross section of the membership. Alongside the board’s Executive Committee and Executive Director, the board is responsible for guiding the association’s agenda for the upcoming year. Some of the board’s other duties include planning the annual NEFA conferences in spring and fall 2019, advocating for NEFA members, and supporting the executive committee.
“It is an honor for me as a professional in the equipment leasing industry to be elected onto the NEFA Board of Directors,” Dalgaard said. “This year’s board has a good mix of service providers and equipment lessors appointed, including a variety of ages and genders well represented. I’m excited to be a part of this change in the association and to see what the director is going to bring to this new environment.”
As the only accountant, Anne brings a unique perspective. She works alongside lawyers, business consultants and other leading professionals on the board. She provides support to leasing clients and colleagues within the organization by being able to cross-reference other backgrounds.”
“Congratulations on your appointment to the NEFA Board of Directors, Anne,” said Sam Oliva, CEO and Managing Shareholder of ECS. “Thank you for your loyalty and service over the past 14 years at ECS Financial. Your involvement and contributions to our firm, NEFA and the equipment leasing industry are very much appreciated.”
Dalgaard has been a member of NEFA since her first conference in 2011 and plans to represent its members and ECS in the best way possible for years to come.
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