News: Brown & Brown insurance gets new Chief People Officer

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Brown & Brown insurance gets new Chief People Officer

Julie has over 20 years of experience in executive roles in varied industries with US-based and global operations. Most recently, Julie served as the CEO for the Advocator Group, a subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc.
Brown & Brown insurance gets new Chief People Officer

Brown & Brown has announced the appointment of Julie Turpin as the new Chief People Officer for the company.  Powell Brown remarked, “We are excited to welcome Julie as our new Chief People Officer for Brown & Brown. Julie has been an integral business leader on our Brown & Brown team since 2012. Julie brings to this position past successes in building teams, recruiting, training, sales, operations management and process improvement. We are confident that her prior experience will enable her to lead and enhance career opportunities for our current and future teammates.”

Julie has over 20 years of experience in executive roles in varied industries with US-based and global operations. Most recently, Julie served as the CEO for the Advocator Group, a subsidiary of Brown & Brown, Inc., where she led a team of over 550 teammates providing advocacy services and medicare set-aside services growing those operations both organically and through targeted acquisitions.

Prior to that, she was with GCG Risk Management Consultants, as Principal and Head of Operations, and with Marsh USA, as SVP and Head of Operations for Marsh of the Midwest Zone. Julie has a demonstrated track record of building successful, high-performing teams through focus on the wholistic teammate experience to ensure delivery of exceptional customer service. Julie will be based in Brown & Brown’s corporate headquarters in Daytona Beach, Florida.

Brown & Brown, Inc. is an insurance brokerage firm, providing risk management solutions to individuals and businesses.

 

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