What is a Member?
Members are principals, decision-makers, and/or executive managers in their business disciplines acting in an advisory capacity to business owners, organization leadership, and C-suite executives. They are recognized as Trusted Advisors who invest in strategic networks and collaborative relationships based on reciprocity to enhance their value to their clients, peers, and business community.
What makes NTA different from other business organizations or networking groups?
Each state chapter's membership is a balanced mix of professionals within the following categories: business planning and development, executive coaching, human resources, organization development, IT services and web design, financial services (banking, advisory, retirement planning, accounting, and insurance), legal services, marketing, and general business consulting. While we do not practice "exclusivity," we do believe in "selectivity" to maintain occupational balance within each chapter's membership.
Benefits of Membership
You have high standards and so do we. NTA membership is open by invitation only. Potential members are meticulously vetted to ensure the highest professional standards. Each chapter has a limited number of members representing each professional field or industry so no single specialty dominates.
- You'll be able to draw on the expertise of high-caliber professionals in serving your clients. You'll also be networking with the most accomplished professionals for referrals and collaborations.
- Local NTA chapters offer professional development and business-specific classes and workshops (often by local community and thought leaders) to keep members up-to-date on the latest business trends and topics.
- You'll also be part of a national organization that offers the opporutnity to attend other chapter meetings.
Reciprocation. Collaboration. Innovation.
The National Organization of Trusted Advisors promotes reciprocation, collaboration, and innovation among its members and chapters. In support of member-driven programming at the local level, NTA provides resources and tools for sharing high-level content generated by the seasoned Trusted Advisors in our national network.
Chapters appoint representatives to the National Board of Directors to two-year terms. Officers are elected by the Board to concurrent two-year terms. Member management of the umbrella organization ensures transparency in staffing, finances, and programming in a manner consistent with the NTA Code of Conduct which emphasizes trust among members, the leadership, partners, clients, and the business community as a whole.
NTA is a 501 (C) (6) not-for-profit corporation serving its affiliated members and chapters.
Board of Directors
The National Organization of Trusted Advisors Board of Directors is responsible for handling accounting and reporting, compliance, and the general business affairs of the organization.
J. Brad Steward
Robert Lenberg, II