Sterling Seacrest Partners Announces Hire of Four New Team Members

Staff Report From Savannah CEO

Friday, January 31st, 2020

Sterling Seacrest Partners, one of the nation’s top 100 commercial insurance brokerages, has announced the hire of Emily Holmes, Janet Marrotta, Ali McGlohon, and Emily Miller. Holmes, McGlohon, and Miller were hired as client services assistants and Marrotta joins the team as a senior client service executive.

In regards to the recent hires, Sterling Seacrest Partners President David Paddison comments, “We are delighted that these employees have joined Sterling Seacrest Partners and we are excited to see them all contribute to the culture of our organization.”

Janet Marrotta has worked in the Property/Casualty Insurance Industry for over 30 years. She currently focuses in Commercial Lines and has received multiple designations including Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC), Certified Risk Manager (CRM), Accredited Advisor in Insurance (AAI), and Construction Risk Insurance Specialist (CRIS).

Emily Holmes is currently a senior at the University of Central Oklahoma and will graduate in May with a double major in Finance and Insurance and Risk Management. As a client service assistant, Emily focuses on supporting client executives, client analysts, and producers. While attending UCO, she was a part of the Army ROTC and on the College of Business Dean’s Student Advisory Board.

Ali McGlohon joins Sterling Seacrest Partners as a client service assistant with an emphasis on small business units. Ali attended Georgia Southern University and is an active volunteer with local chapter of the March of Dimes, serving as a team captain for last year’s event “March for Babies” in addition to volunteering for several other MOD events.

Prior to joining Sterling Seacrest Partners, Emily Miller worked in a variety of roles for the Savannah College of Art and Design. She received a Bachelor of Business Administration from Temple University and joins Sterling Seacrest Partners as a client service assistant.