The benefits of subrogation extend to all people in our society and ensuring diverse perspectives in NASP Membership and Leadership is critical to the organization’s ongoing success. We view our member’s diverse backgrounds and interests as assets, and we are committed to promoting inclusive environments where members from across the subrogation industry feel valued, respected and welcome. NASP will not discriminate based on profession, race, gender, faith or sexual orientation and is committed to having board members that are representative of the diverse make-up of our membership.
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