With a 30-year successful career in professional dancing, Gilmore (pictured) brings a wealth of experience as a coach, advocate, and trainer.
“We believe in transforming our role from a mere claim payer to a trusted partner in our customers' health and wellbeing journeys," said Sharron Botica, AIA NZ chief partnership distribution officer.
In addition to his achievements in dancing, Aaron is a sought-after life coach, speaker, and trained neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) practitioner.
“After being self-employed for nearly two decades, I am loving the opportunity to work with like-minded and energized people,” Gilmore said. “I was attracted by the diversity of the role, and AIA’s purpose – to help people live healthier, longer, better lives – strongly aligns with my own personal values and how I live my life. I’m passionate about the opportunity to influence, inspire and motivate people to take steps to improve their health.”
Gilmore joins Katie Hunter, another AIA vitality coach appointed in 2022.