Thomas Mackey hasn’t been the longest-serving member of IndyAHU, but he joins a long line of talented individuals who have become its President.
IndyAHU is moving forward like never before, bringing back major events, expanding monthly speakers, and more thanks in part to leadership.
“The actual test didn’t seem to start out well and after a few minutes, I thought I had wasted a lot of time. The questions weren’t written the way my brain works. It seemed like it was set up to trick you and asked questions that made you think, “What’s not the worst answer?”.”
In July 1972, a young Hall walked into his first insurance job as a medical underwriter at Underwriters National Assurance Corporation. Located at 36th and Meridian Streets in Indianapolis, UNAC would close Hall’s department two years later and close its doors entirely by 1976 in a wild tale involving takeover from the Insurance Commissioner, bankruptcy, […]
Months before President Obama signed the Affordable Care Act on Tuesday, March 23, 2010, professionals in the insurance industry rushed to devour any news, gossip, and rumors they could latch on to. One of the most knowledgeable and powerful forces for educating consumers and professionals rested in the National Association of Health Underwriters. And one […]
“We’re entering a period of time where there’s another shift coming because the individual market isn’t stable. A college professor of mine always told me that opportunity awaits whenever there is a shift in the supply or demand of a marketplace.”
The Indianapolis Association of Health Underwriters has been named “Silver Certified” by the National Association of Health Underwriters. Silver Certified AHU organizations achieve this status by fulfilling a gauntlet of certification criteria. Such criteria include board and director membership, net growth in membership, strategic planning, member events, tax filings, and communications. IAHU satisfied 6 of […]
Without the hindsight – or possibly the baggage – of 30 years of industry experience, Billows sees the world how many young people do: a rough economy that sapped family savings and laid off loyal workers, small brokerages and companies folding into larger conglomerates, and access to so much information it’s overloading.
The governor’s to-do items listed below were included in the final versions of the following bills: SB 242, HB 1230, HB 1315 and HB 1316.
Millennials carry the label of “job hoppers”, but like most generational labels, they’re hardly accurate. Indianapolis sales agent Jennifer Revell, a Gen-Xer who graduated college in the mid 90’s, is proof. “I was maybe ahead of my time,” she says. “A lot of people my age went to work for a company and stayed there […]