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September 23, 2014

Historical Society and Ujamaa Place boards welcome Securian execs

ST. PAUL, Minn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Two Securian Financial Group executives have joined the boards of directors of local nonprofits. 

Warren Zaccaro, executive vice president and chief financial officer, was elected to the board of the Minnesota Historical Society, a non-profit educational and cultural institution that collects, preserves and tells the story of Minnesota’s past. The society provides museum exhibits, libraries and collections, historic sites, educational programs and book publishing to share the state’s stories and connect people with history.

Zaccaro, who joined Securian in 2005, leads many enterprise functions including financial management, risk management and strategic business development.

Robert Subjects, director, Individual Field Recruitment, was elected to the board for Ujamaa Place. Located in St. Paul, Ujamaa Place serves young African American men who face challenges in becoming stable, productive members of the community and provides them with education, mentoring and other support.

Subjects is responsible for Securian’s overall financial advisor recruiting efforts. He joined the company in 2010.

More than 90 Securian associates serve on nonprofit boards. Throughout its 134 year history, Securian has maintained a tradition of being a good neighbor by supporting the community through philanthropy and volunteerism.

About Securian Financial Group

Since 1880, Securian Financial Group and its affiliates have provided financial security for individuals and businesses in the form of insurance, investments and retirement plans. Now one of the nation’s largest financial services providers, Securian is the holding company parent of a group of companies that offer a broad range of financial services.

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