Dustyne Bryant, CIC, CISR, MBA
Dustyne Bryant, MBA, CIC, CISR is the Personal Lines Academic Director for The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research. In her role, Dustyne collaborates with National Alliance faculty and industry colleagues to research and analyze Personal Lines segment trends, data, and coverage in an effort to deliver relevant and quality educational content to growing insurance professionals.
Prior to joining The National Alliance, Dustyne dedicated 15 years to Personal Lines Insurance. She grew through the years from technical assistant with Regions Insurance, Inc. to Personal Lines Department Leader with Brown & Brown, Inc. of Greater Central Arkansas where she focused on department growth and retention strategies across a multi-office operation. Often referred to as the inhouse underwriter, she has a demonstrated strength in technical comprehension cultivated through working with a vast selection of national, regional, and surplus lines carriers as a licensed agent, account manager, and department leader.
Dustyne is licensed in P&C and L&H in Arkansas. She graduated from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, obtaining her MBA (2015), B.S. cum laude, Criminal Justice (2011), A.A., Law Enforcement (2010), and Conflict Mediation Graduate Certificate (2015). She earned her CISR designation in 2011 and CIC designation in 2012. She was named Arkansas’ Outstanding Customer Service Representative of the year, by The National Alliance, in 2011.
A method of handling risk that involves the potential loss exposure being distributed among a number of persons…. More her experience, continued growth through education, and encouraging insurance professionals to be ethical advocates and promoters of the industry is what excites Dustyne the most about being in this business.
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