Wednesday, March 2, 2011

New York Female Executive Elected To Board of International Trade Association

Ny business expert Jocelyn Nager was recently elected to the board from the International Association of Industrial Collectors (IACC) as a director. The announcement was made during IACC’s 40th Annual Convention in Miami Beach, Fla. Nager will serve a three-year phrase on the IACC board of directors.

Nager was elected towards the board by her fellow association members and serves in a leadership function, becoming a voice for the members and working to create the association better as being a whole. Nager is president/managing partner for Frank, Frank, Goldstein & Nager, P.C., a WBE certified firm in Ny, where she began her career as an associate. Nager is now accountable for managing and growing the firm, that is dedicated to debt collection, serving both major corporations and premier legal and accounting firms. You can learn more about Ms. Nager and her firm at her company website

Since the sole attorney around the IACC board, Nager is in a unique position to serve as being a trusted advisor as well as a strategic partner in supporting the organization’s pursuit to promote professional and ethical industry conduct among members and between members and their customers, ensuring a breeding ground of trust and integrity.

Ms. Nager stated, “one of my goals would be to track legislation affecting our industry” and she further shared that she plans to deliver strong educational components to IACC members and to avail herself as an advisor to members facing questions relating to the collections industry.

The International Association of Commercial Collectors Inc. (IACC) is the world’s largest worldwide trade association for industrial debt collection professionals with about 320 commercial collection agency, associate, law list and affiliate members. Headquartered in Minneapolis, IACC serves members all through the United States and in 25 countries worldwide. Members of IACC recover huge amount of money annually for their clients and provide valuable help credit departments to managing mounting debts. For more information, visit the IACC website at

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