The National Association of Personal Financial Advisors today announced that Scott Beaudin, Paula Hogan and Frank Moore were named to three-year terms on the Napfa national board of directors effective September 1.
Beaudin is a wealth manager and founder of Pathway Financial Advisors in Burlington, Vt. He has more than 15 years of experience working with individuals, families and companies on various aspects of financial management. He currently serves as the Napfa Practice Foundation Chair, where he’ll remain until year’s end. 

Paula Hogan is founder of Hogan Financial Planning in Milwaukee and has served on numerous Napfa committees in various leadership roles, including as a member of the compensation task force committee. Hogan has 21 years of industry experience and has been an active participant at Napfa professional development events. 
Frank Moore founded Ann Arbor, Mich.-based Vintage Financial Services in 1985 after previous stints in the banking and investment industry. He has served on Napfa’s Board of Governors, and was chairman of the Midwest region.

Based in Arlington Heights, Ill., Napfa was founded in 1983 and comprises more than 2,500 fee-only financial planners across the U.S.