NAEA's network of state affiliates offer education and networking opportunities as well as advocacy and public awareness on the state or local level. An affiliate must require that its members maintain membership in NAEA. An affiliate may require its members to maintain membership in a society or chapter within the geographical area of the affiliate. In most circumstances, a member will belong to the state affiliate where the member lives or works, but may, upon approval of the state affiliate, belong instead to another state affiliate. Contiguous affiliates may agree to allow members to join each other's affiliate, or may extend membership privileges to the neighboring affiliates' members. State affiliates my create additional membership categories, such as associate or student. The dual membership requirement only applies to enrolled agents. Although not required, NAEA strongly encourages associates to belong to the state affiliate.
Please click on the state to view more information about each NAEA affiliate.