These promotions reflect our commitment to building a dynamic team that is capable of leading the company to new heights...
Bristol, VA (PRWEB) November 10, 2016
Josh Dixon, formerly the Marketing Services Director, has accepted the Director of Telesales Operations position. In his new role, Josh will be responsible for the operations related to Settlers Life’s ExpressApp sales process and the internal Telesales Team. “Our new ExpressApp is a way for Settlers Life agents to complete and submit business entirely over the phone. Business is processed faster, which is a win for the company, the agent and the client,” commented Steve Bontell, Settlers Life’s Chief Marketing Officer. “As a former agent, Josh has the experience and expertise required to ensure the ExpressApp is an immediate success.”
Amy Smith accepted the position of Director of Marketing. Smith will maintain her prior duties from her role as Marketing Communications Director and will also be responsible for marketing operations, sales support staff and initiating solutions that stimulate success with Settlers Life’s 6,500 partner agents and agencies.
Evan Monahan was promoted to the Agent Performance Manager position. Monahan will monitor and evaluate the quality & performance of Settlers Life agent partners to drive improvements in quality and business practices.
“These promotions reflect our commitment to building a dynamic team that is capable of leading the company to new heights,” said Bontell. “We have spent the last several years building a strong, high performing group of individuals who, along with our entire organization, are committed and focused on leading Settlers Life into the future.”
Settlers Life Insurance Company specializes in simplified issue, final expense, whole life insurance coverage for ages fifteen-days to eighty-five years. A member of the NGL Insurance Group since 1999, the Settlers Life primary administrative office is located in Bristol, Virginia. Since 2007, Settlers Life has maintained an A. M. Best financial strength rating of "A minus" (Excellent), the fourth highest of 16 such ratings. A.M. Best states that an "A minus" rating "is assigned to companies which have, in our opinion, an excellent ability to meet their ongoing obligations to policyholders." A.M. Best is the oldest and most widely recognized rating agency dedicated to the insurance industry.