MIAA appoints new regional vice president

The new executive will lead business development in Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri

MIAA appoints new regional vice president

Insurance News

By Ryan Smith

Midwest Insurance Agency Alliance (MIAA) has appointed Clayton Gravatt (pictured) as regional vice president for Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri. In his new role, Gravatt will be responsible for business development, membership service and insurance company relations for all MIAA member agencies in the territory.

Gravatt has 16 years of experience in business, sales, and sales management in the property-casualty insurance industry. For the last four years, he was an agency owner with Farm Bureau. Prior to that, he was a district sales manager and a producer.

“I am pleased to be a part of MIAA, and I look forward to using my leadership experience to help independent agencies strategize and succeed,” Gravatt said.

“Clayton brings energy and a unique perspective to our organization, and we are thrilled to have him join the team,” said Doug Meacham, MIAA president and COO. “With a proven track record for successfully leading large sales teams, Clayton is well-suited to spearhead MIAA’s business-development efforts in Nebraska, Kansas and Missouri.” 

Gravatt will work closely with MIAA’s agency field specialists, Ross Hoppe, Rebekah Siegfried and Sam Stallard.

MIAA is a wholly owned subsidiary of SIAA (Strategic Insurance Agency Alliance) and is one of its 48 master agencies.

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