Ruby Stephens and Phil Latvis have been appointed Northeast Directors of Agency Recruitment for Renaissance Alliance, the premier network for independent insurance agencies.
Ruby Stephens, who began her career on the agency side, possesses an acute sense of agents’ needs. She joins Renaissance from Travelers, where she most recently served as a Senior Sales Executive within the Select area, with oversight of nearly 100 agencies throughout western and southern Connecticut. In that capacity, she worked as those agencies’ main point of contact not only for Travelers Select, but on an enterprise level to provide best outcomes for their clients.
Prior to her role at Travelers, Stephens gained extensive experience working with National P&C Carriers within the capacity of Sales, Sales Management, Territory Management and Distribution within the Northeast and Southeast.
Latvis, a former agency owner, agency principal, licensed producer, and sales leader, will leverage that experience in solving the operational, financial, and personal challenges faced by agency principals as they chart the strategic direction of their agency.
Prior to joining Renaissance, Latvis was a Senior Risk Management Consultant with The Richards Group, where he worked with mid-market commercial accounts to lower their cost of risk through appropriate risk identification, transfer, and mitigation strategies. Before that he served as President of Centurion Insurance Group (an independent insurance agency subsidiary of Mascoma Bank), where he led the development of the Bank’s insurance subsidiary from start-up to more than $2m in revenue.
Previously, he served in a variety of sales leadership roles with Nationwide Insurance.
Reach out to see how Renaissance can grow your agency:
Phil Latvis: firstname.lastname@example.org | (774) 450-5173
Ruby Stephens: email@example.com | (774) 245-8080
About Renaissance Alliance:
Renaissance Alliance works with independent property & casualty agency owners to grow premium, maximize revenue and increase agency value through increased profit sharing, guaranteed override revenue, and offloading non-revenue generating activities. The net effect is higher revenue, decreased expenses, less operational risk, and accelerated agency growth.