The Financial Planning Association (FPA) has named five new members to its board of directors, all of whom will start serving three-year terms on January 1.
The new members are:

Kathleen Day, president of The Enrichment Group in Miami, FL, where she specializes in holistic financial and life planning using a multi-disciplinary approach.

Kathleen Longo, principal/financial planner with Accredited Investors, Inc. in Edina, MN. Prior to Accredited Investors, she served as client advisor with Family Financial Strategies and has also held positions with American Express Trust Company, KPMG and Deloitte & Touche.

Martin Siesta, senior financial planner with The Wealth Planning Group, a division of MetLife, in Cranford, NJ. Prior to The Wealth Planning Group, he served as the asset/portfolio manager for Commerz Bank and Allied Irish Bank.

Curt Weil, CFP®, principal of Weil Capital Management LLC in Palo Alto, Calif. He has been a member of FPA and its predecessor organizations for more than 20 years, most recently serving on FPA's Ethics Committee and as chair of FPA's Government Relations Committee.

Timothy Wyman, partner with Center for Financial Planning in Southfield, MI. Prior to the Center for Financial Planning, he was a sole financial planning practitioner.