Kittell Named Director of Agency Real Time/Download Campaign

December 2, 2013

The insurance industry’s Real Time/Download Campaign, which aims to improve workflows for independent agencies, has named Elizabeth Kittell as campaign director.

Liz Kittell

Liz Kittell

Kittell has independent agency and association experience including with her family-run insurance agency in Lincoln, Nebraska. After starting her own career in 2006 as an agent with All American Insurance / Midwest Insurance Agency Alliance in Lincoln, Kittell joined the Independent Insurance Agents of Nebraska (IIAN) in the marketing department.

Kittell has served as a member of the Agents Council for Technology (ACT) Social Media Workgroup, part of the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America. Most recently, she has continued as an independent agent, IIAN marketing consultant, IIAN Foundation program director, and social media strategist with insurance branding firm Aartrijk. A graduate of University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Kittell has contributed as an industry speaker on agent social networking issues and contributed to industry newsletter The Anderson Agency Report.

Surveys by the Real Time / Download Campaign have shown growth in use of real time and download capabilities, including a 2013 survey of 2,200 agency professionals that showed that more than eight of 10 use real-time rating tools in personal lines and half use them in commercial lines.

 

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  • December 2, 2013 at 4:12 pm
    Liz Kittell says:
    Stu, thanks so much for your warm welcome! I'm excited to get started with Real Time Download Campaign. Eddie is a cool cat…. We've been discussing all the work that needs ... read more
  • December 2, 2013 at 2:20 pm
    Stuart Durland says:
    Welcome aboard Liz!! We're looking forward to significantly growing the implementation of Real Time in 2014. Especially in relation to commercial lines rating!
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