NAPFA named management consultant Geoffrey Brown on Monday as its new CEO, succeeding Ellen Turf, who held the post since 2002.

As NAPFA’s second CEO since its founding in 1983, Brown will officially begin July 1 as head of the 2,500-member association of fee-only advisors.

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