The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors has elected Lauren Locker national chairwoman less than two weeks after its incoming chairman, Ron Rhoades announced he would not assume the organization's helm because of a compliance violation by his firm.
Locker founded Locker Financial Services in Little Falls, N.J., in 1992, which targets middle-income individuals, especially women and non-traditional families. She became a certified financial plannerin 1994 and joined NAPFA in 1998.
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