FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Dayle Swerling Burke, Paul Winnick, President Diane Swerling, Ken Viafore & Roberta Swerling
Diane Swerling, SPPA, Vice President of Swerling Milton Winnick Public Insurance Adjusters, Inc. in Wellesley, Massachusetts, was recently sworn in as President of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA). Diane follows in her father’s footsteps – Bruce Swerling, SPPA, FPPA was NAPIA president in 1988 – as part of the fourth generation in her family to run Swerling Milton Winnick. Diane attended her first NAPIA meeting in 2000, has served on NAPIA’s Board of Directors and became Secretary in 2010.
LEFT: Past President Scott Deluise putting on the Current President Medallion on Diane Swerling. RIGHT: Brian Goodman, Esq (Counsel to NAPIA) officially announces Diane Swerling as acting President for 2016.
DIANE SPOKE TO NAPIA MEMBERS AND OFFICERS ON JUNE 17TH, AT A STUNNING RECEPTION AT THE MONTAGE IN LAGUNA BEACH, CALIFORNIA:
“As President, I want to help and empower each of the officers to carry out their responsibilities so that we can be as efficient as possible. I am very much a team player, and I consider this a real team – we each have our role and our part. Together, our purpose is to maintain the Association’s strength, and to continue to help it grow and get stronger. We provide essential training, professional development, legislative support, ethical standards and a code of conduct, and also the opportunity for members to network with each other. We are an essential and important asset to our profession.”
— Diane Swerling, President, NAPIA
Diane’s colleagues and associates, including her fellow NAPIA board members, described her as “the most loyal person I know,” “super organized,” and “above all a leader.” They have “no doubts” that she’ll be able to achieve her presidential goals of efficiency, growth and upholding the highest ethical code of conduct and professionalism.
Diane joined Swerling Milton Winnick in 1994, and in her 22 years there has helped thousands of families, business owners and real estate professionals deal with the complexities of property losses and insurance claims.