WAEPA News and Events
M. Shane Canfield, CEO of Worldwide Assurance for Employees of Public Agencies (WAEPA) was featured alongside Bill Valdez, President of Senior Executives Association (SEA) on the November 30 episode of FEDtalk.
M. Shane Canfield, CEO of Worldwide Assurance for Employees of Public Agencies (WAEPA) was featured on the October 19 episode of FEDtalk, covering Open Season for Federal Employees.
M. Shane Canfield, CEO of Worldwide Assurance for Employees of Public Agencies (WAEPA) was featured on iHeartMedia’s “CEOs You Should Know” segment.
The event will run from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. and includes topics surrounding financial wellness. The Plenary Speaker for this event will be Jean Chatzky, Personal Financial Expert for Today and The Oprah Winfrey Show. There will also be a panel featuring Walt Francis and Linda Harris, moderated by Francis Rose.
WAEPA is pleased to announce that a 20% premium refund has been approved by their Board of Directors for 2018.
Details on speakers for our 2nd Annual Member Meeting.
See our first-ever fully digital Quarterly Report, published in the Summer of 2018. This report includes information on: the importance of a Chronic Illness Rider, Free Financial Wellness Planning services from WAEPA & EY, and more!
On July 16, 2018, WAEPA CEO Shane Canfield and Director of Strategic Operations Tony Zerante were featured on Federal News Radio’s “For Your Benefit” show hosted by Bob Leins. Brian Kurrus, Certified Financial Planner®, also joined the broadcast, as the group discussed life insurance, long term care, and chronic illness riders. Some key excerpts…
Falls Church, VA., June 15, 2018: Worldwide Assurance for Employees of Public Agencies (WAEPA) has named technology industry veteran Brandon T. Jones as its new Chief Information Officer. Jones has been on the forefront of Information Assurance/Cybersecurity at distinguished companies and public agencies such as Electronic Data Systems (EDS), Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE), The Naval Facilities…
One of the biggest threats to your family’s financial security is the high cost of caring for a loved one with a chronic illness.* Most health insurance, even Medicare, doesn’t cover long-term care needs. And it could cost you thousands of dollars – even if you can get the care you need in your own…