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  • Employee Spotlight – Meghan Fountain Wants to Share her Passion for Insurance

    When Meghan Fountain, Director of Claims, started her insurance career as a freshman in college, she took an entry level role in claims at USAA to start building her resume. As an accounting major, Meghan never dreamed that she would remain in the field of insurance and grow so passionate about the industry. She had dreams of working for a … Read More

  • Helpful Hints for Keeping You Warm as the Weather Gets Cold

    Now that we’ve entered the heart of Fall, and there’s a chill in the air, it’s a perfect time to check your home heating system.  The core of the heating system is the heating element, and the fuel that runs it.  If your home uses gas heat, check the complete supply system, whether from a utility, or from a propane/natural … Read More

  • Employee Spotlight – Wade Allen enjoys translating technology into beautiful images

    Wade Allen, Quality Assurance (QA) Lead, graduated from Vanderbilt University with a degree in bio-medical engineering. He had an interest in medical imaging, and after graduation was hired by Vanderbilt to make “pretty pictures” for research papers. He enjoyed analyzing MRI images that told a story about a patient’s brain, abdomen, or spine. Wade is included as an author on … Read More

  • Employee Spotlight – Allison Sharpe is Happiest When She’s Helping Others

    After Allison Sharpe, North & Central Florida Territory Manager, graduated from Florida State University, her goal was to become a U.S. Marshal. She enjoyed law enforcement mostly because she could help elevate the good and try and prevent the bad in her community, but she wasn’t sure she wanted a career in law enforcement.

    A friend mentioned job opportunities in … Read More

  • Velocity Risk Updates its Intern Program with Six Students in 2021

    Velocity Risk has always valued the hard work, fresh ideas and relationships built from interns during the summer months. This was also true in 2021, but one big difference was the large number of interns – six in total – who worked with underwriters, data analysts, actuaries, and operations. Most interns stayed for 12 weeks, with two splitting their time … Read More

  • Employee Spotlight – Jill Lyle Credits her Faith in her Success and Life Journeys

    Jilriale “Jill” Lyle, Small Commercial Lines Underwriter II, began her career with Velocity Risk during the pandemic. She joined the team in October 2020, and quickly advanced to her current position because of her focus, desire to learn and excellence in her work.

    Before Jill joined Velocity Risk, she gained insurance experience at another Nashville insurance company, but unlike many … Read More

  • Hurricane Preparedness Week – Day 7: Make an Emergency Plan

    If you had a chance to review all the posts from this past week, you are likely ready for Hurricane Season which begins June 1. Make sure you have a written plan if a hurricane warning has been issued in your area and share your plan with everyone in your home and contacts out of town that can help spread … Read More

  • Hurricane Preparedness Week – Day 6: Help Your Neighbors

    For the past year, we’ve all stayed in and around our homes more. Hopefully, we’ve all gotten better acquainted with our neighbors and built lifelong friendships. As life begins to return a bit more back to normal, let’s not forget that some of our neighbors may still require additional assistance. As we prepare for this year’s hurricane season, make sure … Read More

  • Hurricane Preparedness Week – Day 5: Strengthen Your Home

    Your home is your most valuable asset, and it’s important to protect it from an impending storm. Some changes can be made weeks or months in advance, while some tips are great when the storm is on the way.

    In preparation for storm season

    Make sure your home is in good repair and meets local hurricane building codes.

    • Declutter drains
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