Ansay & Associates Promotes New Chief Development Officer
PORT WASHINGTON, WI – Ansay & Associates, a leading regional insurance and benefits solutions agency, has promoted Erik Mikkelson to Chief Development Officer, effective immediately. For the last four years as Vice President, Mikkelson provided exemplary leadership in spearheading digitization and automation initiatives, as well as building carrier relationships and strategic support for the agency. Mikkelson has more than 20 years of overall insurance industry experience.
“Erik’s vision and commitment to innovation has allowed our agency to evolve,” said Ansay & Associates CEO Mike Ansay. “This new position strategically aligns Erik’s strengths with a responsibility to push the agency forward as we continue to seek creative solutions to disruptions in the insurance landscape.”
As Chief Development Officer, Mikkelson will work closely with Rachel Ansay, Director of Brand Marketing & Business Development, and Michelle Perez, Digital Experience Specialist, to continue to cultivate a culture of innovation. Mikkelson will also maintain responsibility for Carrier Management activities including relationships, communication, metrics, tracking, training, and results.
“Ansay & Associates remains a leader in the insurance marketplace with a commitment to innovative solutions for our clients,” Mikkelson said. “I’m eager to continue to learn, implement new technologies, and make our agency best-in-class across all avenues.”
Ansay & Associates was recently honored as one of 2018’s “Best & Brightest Companies to Work For” which included a “Best of the Best” designation for medium-sized companies.
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