The term “consultant” is fairly vague, the term “actuary” is fairly confusing, and the term “captive insurance” is fairly unknown among many crowds. We’re looking to clear things up and put some faces to our name, especially since we’ve been blooming with new team members lately. So we’re bringing you a behind-the-scenes look at Spring to give you a better understanding of the people behind our work with our bi-weekly Spring Spotlight. Next up is Sarah.
Joined Spring in: September of 2016
At work: Sarah works in our brokerage arm, Spring Insurance Group. As such she is an expert in health insurance, especially for small companies and medical practices. Like many at Spring, she makes it a point to stay up-do-date on everything that’s going on in D.C. with healthcare reform. Her clients appreciate that they can direct those complicated questions to her!
Outside-of-work: Sarah is passionate about music and regularly attends small gigs and open mic nights. Good sister that she is, she makes sure to cheer on her brother’s band when they perform locally.
Favorite season: “Summer. I like the warmer weather and I have a summer birthday too.” Warm weather in Boston is not something to take for granted!
Favorite flower: Tulip. (We are asking this question because of our name – in case you were wondering).
Favorite food: Sushi. Luckily for her, we have a few sushi lovers in the office so she’s in good company.
Favorite part about working at Spring: The autonomy. Sarah loves that her boss trusts her and she isn’t micro-managed. She likes that she can pick things up and run with them.
If you could choose one superpower, what would it be and why? “I’d love to be able to fly, because I’d save a lot of money on my commute and could travel more often.”
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