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Alliant Powers into 2021 with Nine Power Broker® Honorees

By Alliant

Alliant Power Broker winners exemplify leadership, resilience, and strength amid extraordinary circumstances

NEWPORT BEACH, CA — Alliant continues to demonstrate its industry leadership, broad reach, and regional expertise, with nine team members receiving the esteemed Power Broker® designation by Risk & Insurance. Alliant’s 2021 honorees come from various backgrounds and regions throughout the U.S. They exemplify the company’s continued growth, expansion, and leadership across a breadth of disciplines.

“During an extraordinary year, our brokers rose to the challenge and continued to deliver top-notch service with the innovation, ingenuity, and industry expertise that are hallmarks of the Alliant experience,” said Tom Corbett, Chairman and CEO of Alliant. “Every honoree has demonstrated flexibility and determination by consistently serving their clients’ unique needs across a range of industries. Our Power Brokers are a true representation of the organizational strength of Alliant Insurance Services.”

Alliant’s 2021 Power Brokers are:

Tony Burchett, Vice President

Donna Hodges, Executive Vice President

Andrea Kiefer, Assistant Vice President

Michael Menerey, Senior Vice President

Sheneen Nicholson, Assistant Vice President

Brendan Quinlan, Senior Vice President

Emily Quinlan, Vice President

Sherry Souders, First Vice President

Shannon Westmoreland, Assistant Vice President

In addition to its nine winners, Alliant had four Power Broker finalists. They are:

Catherine Borbone, Executive Vice President

Noah Hardie, Senior Vice President

Catherine Juricic Easly, First Vice President

Robert Rochelle, Vice President

The Risk & Insurance editors and writers choose the Power Broker honorees based on their applications, references, and client testimonials. They judge nominees’ recent accomplishments in providing exceptional risk solutions, customer service, and industry knowledge. Clients, insurers, brokerages, service providers, and individual brokers can nominate applicants for the Power Broker designation.