OneAmerica says the addition of three sales staffers marks continued progress in its expansion to a three-region sales structure, aimed at winning more business in the retirement markets.
Executives say the new sales structure, initiated last June, improves geographic proximity for clients, creates efficiencies and increases productivity. Bill Yoerger, president of retirement services for the companies of OneAmerica, says the changes have made the company more flexible in the delivery of our products and services, and more nimble in response to changes in the marketplace.
The new hires include Tammy Ouverson, vice president of national accounts, who will lead the national accounts team and set distribution strategy. Previously, Ouverson was vice president, head of business development, for Voya Retirement Solutions, concentrating on the small- and mid-corporate markets.
Reporting to Ouverson will be Brandon Kaboski, vice president of national accounts for the eastern region, as well as Matt Asher, national account specialist for the central region. A similar western region position will be filled in the future, OneAmerica says.
Denise Preece, assistant vice president of field services, will lead the field services team under the new structure. Supporting field services will be Ben Winecki, field vice president for the west region; Brian Giles, field vice president for the central region; and Cathy Josenhans, field vice president for the east region.
More info on OneAmerica is available at https://www.oneamerica.com/.
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