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Who is NAEFO

NAEFO's approach since 2001...

Conference panel discussion
Conference panel discussion

The National Association of Emergency and Fire Officials (NAEFO) was formally organized in 2001 by the State Associations of Oregon, Washington, California and Montana. The organization was the result of years of collaborative meetings with elected and appointed officials from several western states who had banded together to work on issues at the regional and national level. NAEFO individual and state members have ranged from California to New York and Arizona to Missouri.  Click here to see a list of State Association members of NAEFO.

NAEFO Organizational Structure and Approach

Inverted organizational chart for NAEFO

The National Association of Emergency and Fire Officials is an membership-based organization of individuals who are current and former emergency services officials, State Associations of the organizations represented by emergency services officials and other individuals or organizations affiliated with the emergency services.

The membership elects four Officers and the Director-at-Large member of the NAEFO Board of Directors.

State Association Members appoint representatives to the NAEFO Board of Directors.

How can you help NAEFO?

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The work of NAEFO is done by many people--how can you contribute?  Click here to volunteer your expertise or ask, "What needs done?".