About: Megan is a Risk Management and Personal Insurance Consultant with over a decade of experience. She continues to enhance her knowledge and expertise in risk management and insurance by maintaining designations and staying relevant in today’s changing exposures on personal and corporate risk. Megan has earned her Certified Insurance Counselor designation and in the process of earning the Certified Personal Risk Manager Designation through the National Alliance of Insurance
Education. A third generation Arizona Native, Megan is an Alumni of Arizona State University.
MJ ranks in the Top 100 Independent Agencies in the nation and has been named one of The Best Places to Work in Arizona. MJ is a proud member of Assurex Global, an exclusive Partnership of the most prominent independent insurance agents and brokers in the world. Assurex Global Partnership gives MJ and Megan the capability to service clients across the globe.
Megan is actively involved in the community through her volunteer work Co-Chairing the 2018 and 2019 ICAN’s dreamBIG gala and a Member of ICAN’s Board of Directors. Outside of MJ, Megan loves spending time with her husband and two young boys. Megan is honored to be featured in the 2019 Phoenix KNOW Book, 100+ women you must know and do business with.
Specialties: Megan specializes in protecting financially successful families with complex risk profiles; requiring creative solutions on their personal and commercial insurance needs. She has a deep understanding of the exposure between their business and how it transfers to her clients personally. In addition, Megan consults private and public companies on their property & casualty insurance and risk management programs while working closely with the Executive Team and Board of Directors.
Megan values the importance of building long-term relationships and becomes a trusted advisor; helping to manage and minimize the uncertainty of losses that can adversely affect her client’s assets and financial statements.
Quote: "Do one thing everyday that scares you. Those small things that make us uncomfortable help us build courage to do the work we do". -Eleanor Roosevelt