Three Alliant professionals named Power Brokers
The 2017 Power Brokers are Courtney Touw, executive vice president of employee benefits, who helped significantly reduce health care spending through numerous large and public sector programs; Craig Goesel, senior vice president of Alliant/Mesirow, who handled many complex coverage issues such as acquisitions and mergers; and Michael Feinberg, executive vice president of real estate, who used carrier relationships to ensure protection for his clients facing losses.
The designation is based on client testimonials and is given to brokers who have demonstrated strengthen in industry knowledge, customer service and problem solving.
"The talent and innovation of our producers stands as the foundation of Alliant’s continued growth and success," Alliant Chairman and CEO Tom Corbett said in a news release. "Our 2017 Power Broker honorees are true leaders in their field who have consistently stood for Alliant’s core values of entrepreneurialism, service, stability and strength."
Among Alliant's Power Broker finalists were Michael Menerey, senior vice president of employee benefits; Nancy Ayers, senior vice president of Alliant/Mesirow Insurance Services; and Cara McGrath, account manager for the Energy and Marine Group.