Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Time: 2pm ET | 11am PT
Many Millennials grew up with a gadget in their hand, so using digital solutions is a smart way to appeal to this crucial demographic for any agent or carrier. Technology-powered workflows, such as the use of digital signatures or tablet software that lets agents provide quotes while out in the field, may be powerful tools to help your company to better connect with younger clients and recruit a younger workforce.
Join this complimentary webcast to learn more about streamlining your processes and attracting young talent. Topics covered will include:
Keith Savino, CPIA
Keith A. Savino, CPIA is a Partner and Chief Operating Officer for Warwick Resource Group, LLC, a regional insurance agency/brokerage with roots dating back to the 1800's. He oversees the firms Telecom, Technology and Bio Science practice and Professional, Executive and Specialty Lines. He is the managing partner over the Personal Lines and High Net Worth Private Client division. He also oversee the firms longstanding Cyber Liability practice. His industry experience and commitment is impressive. He sits on the ACORD Board of Directors. ACORD is the insurance industry standards setting body. He is Vice Chair of the Standards Committee and also Chairs the Professional and Specialty Lines group. He is a member of the Leaders Council for AUGIE (ACORD User Groups Information Exchange) and participates on the ACORD 2020 Advisory Committee. Keith is the Professional Insurance Agents (PIA) National Director for the state of New Jersey. He is past President of the Professional Insurance Agents, New Jersey (PIANJ). Committed to automation, Keith serves as Chairman of the Board of NETVU (Vertafore user group). He is the industry relations chair and participates in numerous Carrier and Industry groups such as the Agents Council for Technology (ACT) for the IIABA. Keith is also a past-president of a number of National insurance associations including: ARIAS (now called ANEU), the retired user group for Ebix Inc., and a past-president of The CPIA Society (now called AIMS), an organization dedicated to certification of insurance sales excellence and education. He sits on the Advisory Councils for many carriers including The Hanover, Preferred Mutual and Adirondack.
Wave Financial Partners
Ms. Salazar has been involved in the insurance industry for over 25 years. Ms. Salazar began her career at Safeco Insurance in 1987 and served in a variety of roles over a 15-year period including underwriting, accounting, claims, agency support, commercial lines, and many others. After Safeco, Ms. Salazar formed her own independent insurance agency in 2002 which became the basis for the formation of Wave Financial Partners. Ms. Salazar holds a variety of licenses including property, casualty, and life in addition to being a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) and completing the final institute of the Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU). She is the incoming Chairman of the Board for the state association of Colorado and also sits on the board for the non-profit organization, Cross Purpose.
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