UNIVERSITY PARK, Fla. -- National Creditors Bar Association’s (NCBA) Board of Directors has appointed Liz Terry as the association’s Executive Director, following a nationwide search. Ms. Terry takes over the leadership role from Robin Cole, who has served as Acting Executive Director since March 1, 2019. Mrs. Cole will resume her role as Associate Executive Director. NCBA President Yale Levy stated, “We are excited to welcome Liz Terry to NCBA, and look forward to the addition of her business development, relationship management, and association leadership expertise to the association’s leadership team.”
About Liz Terry
Ms. Terry has a decade-plus record of igniting and sustaining lucrative partnerships with C-level executives at Fortune 1000 firms, global foundations and financial institutions. She most recently served as Vice President of Business Practices & Member Engagement at the Investment Advisor Association (IAA). Prior to the IAA, Liz was the Associate Vice President of Membership at the Consumer Bankers Association (CBA), managing the recruitment and renewal of the country’s largest banks. Before that, she was with the Council on Foundations, and served six years as the Executive Director of the Tewaaraton Award Foundation.
About National Creditors Bar Association
National Creditors Bar Association is a nationwide bar association of over 550 creditors rights law firms and in‐house counsel of creditors. National Creditors Bar Association members are committed to being professional, responsible and ethical in their practice of creditors rights law.