About NFDA

What is the NFDA?

The National Flood Determination Association (NFDA) is a national non-profit organization comprised of companies that make, distribute or have a vested interest in flood zone determinations.

The NFDA Mission Statement

“The NFDA promotes the common interests of stakeholders involved with flood risk information through education, industry standards and a collaborative approach to legislative issues.”

Our Goals

  • To promote Flood Zone Determination Industry guidelines of standards and ethics
  • To increase awareness and understanding of the role of the Flood Zone Determination Industry
  • To actively engage in the exchange of information and communication among stakeholders
  • To deliver a collective member voice for legislative and regulatory issues

NFDA Value Proposition

  • NFDA promotes the National Flood Insurance Program’s (NFIP) Success
  • NFDA collects and disseminates vital information related to the Flood Zone Determination Industry
  • NFDA provides ongoing education and training to key industry stakeholders
  • NFDA delivers one voice for the industry on NFIP-related legislative and regulatory issues
  • NFDA serves as a trusted resource for other industry stakeholders
  • NFDA promotes high quality, accurate flood zone determinations
  • NFDA supports Flood Zone Determination Industry guidelines of standards and ethics

NFDA Board

NFDA holds elections for members of its board each winter for the upcoming calendar year. We’re pleased to have the following industry professionals serving in leadership positions with NFDA:

Title Board Member Company
President Theresa “TJ” Johnston Torrent Technologies
Vice President Scott Giberson CoreLogic Flood Services
Secretary Leila Taha WNC First Insurance Services
Treasurer Mark Condodemetraky GC Engineering
Director Linda Sullivan Administrative Strategies
Director Joe Rossi FIS of America
Director Kathleen Dufraine JP Morgan Chase
Policy Advisor Cheryl Small Small Consulting, LLC
Past President Mike Hanson ServiceLink National Flood