LAKE FOREST, Ill. –
Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions, a long-standing voluntary benefits carrier, has hired Thomas Hunter-James as Regional Sales Director for the state of Georgia. The announcement was made by Jack Waldie, Regional Sales Vice President, Eastern Region, Trustmark.
Hunter-James was hired to develop and implement custom insurance solutions for voluntary and employee benefits brokers and enrollment firms, and determine strategies for sales and enrollments throughout the Georgia region for the Lake Forest, Ill.-based voluntary benefits provider. His office is located in Powder Springs, Ga., outside of Atlanta.
“I joined Trustmark because of the company’s reputation for its solid implementation process and streamlined back-office support,” he said. “Trustmark is always looking for ways to innovate products and listen to the voice of its customers, and I wanted to be a part of that forward-thinking culture.”
Hunter-James brings more than 13 years of industry experience to Trustmark. Prior to joining Trustmark, he worked for Humana, The Hartford and Cigna selling a variety of ancillary insurance products. He has worked with clients in both the Atlanta and Washington D.C. regions. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and Mechanical Engineering from Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, Ga.
Interested brokers and enrollment firms can reach Thomas at 678.237.2670 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions
Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions has more than a century of experience in voluntary benefits. It provides the resources that employers need to enhance their benefit plans, and that employees need to make knowledgeable decisions and gain vital financial protection. Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions is known for its service and billing capabilities and takes pride in finding solutions to match employers’ needs. Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions is a division of The Trustmark Companies, a mutual holding company rated A- (Excellent) for insurer financial strength by A.M. Best, with $2 billion in assets and more than 2 million covered lives or plan participants. Visit www.trustmarksolutions.com.