Tuttle was named to FPA's top position in
In 2011, FPA conducted an in-depth organizational review that focused on governance, strategic priorities and leadership structure, including succession planning. As part of this process, the FPA Board unanimously approved an extension to Tuttle's contract, extending his tenure to 2014. The extension put his total service to the organization at 31 years which he felt was an important milestone. "It's been a tremendous experience with FPA and I am amazed that more than three decades will have passed when I leave," said Tuttle. "To be a part of so many meaningful moments at the organization, and watch the growth of a profession I love, will have no equal in my career."
Tuttle is widely respected as one of the key individuals who has helped transform the financial planning profession and solidify its largest membership organization. He was instrumental in the development of countless programs at FPA, as well as the group's winning lawsuit against the
Due to the intrinsic and far-reaching influence Tuttle has had at FPA and across the financial planning community, it was important that a long lead time was incorporated prior to his departure. The FPA Board is scheduled to start the search for Tuttle's replacement in late 2012/early 2013.
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