Group & Individual Health Specialist
My pre-professional background was not in insurance or financial services, but I have definitely had years of experience in working with people from all walks of life and in every stage of life. You might say that I have a pretty typical "Millennial" resume, but that feels a bit over-simplified.
In 2010, I graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi with my Bachelor's in Music with All-Level Teacher Certification. During my last few semesters of college, I earned additional certification/credits in Orff Levels I & II, which added to my music-pedagogy "arsenal." After graduation, I worked in the offices of the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra (CCSO) as Education & Production Coordinator.
After working with the CCSO, John Seaman hired me to assist with his agency’s clients. What began as a "temporary" job back in 2013 soon grew to a full-time career; I'm not just a paper-pusher, I really help clients every day. The thing that really strikes me about John and his office is that no matter who the client is or what their background is, John always takes the time get to know the client as a person so that he can help them find the best coverages/options. In 2020, I obtained my Life & Health Insurance License for the state of Texas and am ready to dive in deeper and assist clients on-on-one as a fully licensed and certified agent.
In my "spare time," I'm involved with several nonprofits in Corpus Christi: Corpus Christi Songwriters Group and the annual Corpus Christi Songwriters Festival, Corpus Christi Chamber Music Society, and the Corpus Christi Chorale. On Sunday mornings, I teach a children's' music class at All Saints' Episcopal Church. My husband and I became first-time home-buyers in March 2019, and I love finding little things to improve and fix in our "new" house! We have two rescue dogs (my in-laws say they have two grand-dogters) who are loud, energetic and very affectionate.