Sales Executive, Business Insurance
If you were a superhero, what would your super power be?
If I was a superhero my power would be to multiply. There are so many things I want to do and sometimes the only thing that is getting in my way is time. If there were three of four of me I would be able to do all the things I have on my bucket list.
How do you stay current with policies and regulations regarding the insurance industry?
Staying current in the insurance world is so important. Continuing education and self study are very important as insurance coverages can change. At least one continuing education class through the RG Academy every other month is one way that I keep up with laws and coverages pertaining to Massachusetts and other states in our region.
What’s your favorite food and can you cook it?
I am a food snob, working in the fine dinning industry for many years I have to say I became a pretty good cook. My favorite would be Steak Au Poivre with garlic mashed potatoes and a cabernet wine sauce. Pair that up with a nice full bodied wine and I am in heaven. I just wish I had someone to do the dishes for me
What are some organizations that you volunteer for?
I am a very active member in Cape Cod Young Professionals, and I am co-chair of their Events committee. CCYP is a great local group of professionals that strive to make the Cape a better place. I also enjoy volunteering my time for local charity events such as A Baby Center‘s Breakfast with Santa and Cape Cod Child Development‘s Bloody Mary Mix Off.
What app can you not live without?
I am an avid trail runner, and love going on long runs. Map My Run tracks my runs and saves my workouts. I use it to guide my training and it helps to know how long each of the trails is. Its also nice to be able to see total miles in a week, month and year to compare.
What’s the #1 tip you’d give to your clients?
My number one tip for my clients would be to ask questions. Insurance, particularly Business Insurance, can be very complicated and confusing, so to be sure that you have the proper coverage ask as many questions as you can. Sometimes even the simplest things can be confusing when insurance terms are thrown in. It is our job to help you understand, and if I don’t know the answer off hand I will be sure to find it for you. Also, feel free to check out our Business Insurance glossary for commonly used terms, it may help!