With a changing (and aging) membership, the Financial Planning Association is focusing on ways to remain as relevant as possible in a digital era.

Since taking over as the FPA’s chief executive six months ago, Lauren Schadle has made operational and staffing changes, reducing committees by nearly half. Going forward, she says her most important goal is making sure the FPA is a vital professional association for the next generation of planners. Leveraging technology to better serve members is an important part of that focus.

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