We are kicking off Season 2 by celebrating all kinds of awkwardly different minds!
In this episode, hosts Dustyne Bryant and Cat Ferris begin to explore the many ways that neurodiversity can thrive in the insurance industry. Cat gets vulnerable and shares the drawbacks and benefits of working with ADHD.
Join us for a series of episodes that will highlight just how successful you can be, just the way you are.
Dustyne Bryant, CIC, CISR, MBA
Dustyne is the Personal Lines Academic Director at The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research, is a self-professed and colleague–backed wholehearted Personal Lines Insurance geek. Supported by multiple degrees and designations over the course of a decade and rising, her thirst for knowledge is never-ending and ever-growing. Her passion for educating others in Personal Insurance is even greater. She is an advocate of permanency for children in foster care and relishes all the joys of being a soccer mom, minus the minivan.
Cat Ferris, CIC, CRM, CPCU, CLCS, AU
Cat is the Commercial Lines Academic Director at the National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research. In her twenty years of experience within the industry, Cat has focused most of her career in commercial underwriting, and independent agency training. Based out of Gainesville, Florida her hobbies include bodybuilding, gardening, and spoiling her dogs more than her kids.
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