Trustmark Hires Giovahn Barboza as Regional Sales Director, Ventura County, California

LAKE FOREST, Ill. – Trustmark, a long-standing voluntary benefits carrier, has hired Giovahn Barboza as Regional Sales Director for the Los Angeles and Ventura counties area. The announcement was made by Dan Johnson, Vice President, Sales and Marketing.

“We are excited to have Gio on board to help improve our relationships in the Los Angeles and Ventura counties—an area where we have a great opportunity for growth,” says Johnson. Barboza was hired to develop and implement custom-based insurance solutions for Trustmark’s existing broker relationships in LA and Ventura counties, as well as expand Trustmark’s sales footprint throughout the territory. His office is located in Los Angeles.

Barboza joins the Trustmark sales team with 10 years of voluntary and core benefits consulting experience. Most recently, Barboza was president of Northshore Consulting, a group life insurance firm in Los Angeles. “I came onboard with Trustmark because of their unique culture, innovative products, and commitment to being cutting edge in the marketplace,” Barboza says. “The people at Trustmark are committed to being the best in the industry, and this passion for success is something I wanted to be a part of, and am happy I made the choice to join the team.”

Interested brokers and enrollment firms can reach Barboza at 310.210.5776 or

About Trustmark Voluntary Benefit Solutions
Trustmark 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 is known for its service and billing capabilities and takes pride in finding solutions to match employers’ needs. Trustmark Insurance Company is a subsidiary of Trustmark Mutual Holding Company, which is rated A- (Excellent) for insurer financial strength by A.M. Best and has over $2 billion in assets and more than 2 million covered lives or plan participants. For more information, visit

Cindy Gallaher