MaryPeyton Sumners Joins IIAT as Advantage Coach

MPSIIAT is pleased to announce that MaryPeyton Sumners has joined the association as IIAT Advantage Coach. In this newly developed role, MaryPeyton will be working directly with members to make sure IIAT is offering the quality products and services members need and expect. She’ll also help guide insurance start-ups and smaller agencies through the challenges of growing and make sure they leverage the most appropriate member benefits.

MaryPeyton has 14 years of commercial underwriting, business brokering and insurance marketing experience. Most recently she served as a professional liability underwriter for Admiral Insurance Group in Austin where she worked on large E&O accounts and developed new business relationships. Previously, MaryPeyton served as a business development manager at ACE Group in Houston and as a professional and management liability broker at McGowan, Donnelly and Oberheu in Austin. She started her insurance career as a commercial casualty underwriter at Ironshore Specialty Insurance in Dallas.

“MaryPeyton’s diverse experience and the connections she’s made with agencies across the state make her a valuable addition to IIAT. She will strengthen our ability to deliver on the association’s promise to provide the best resources and services to help our members succeed,” said IIAT Executive Director & President Marit Peters.

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1 Response to MaryPeyton Sumners Joins IIAT as Advantage Coach

  1. Congratulations Mary Payton. You will be a great fit for the IIAT advantage coach program with all of your experience and insurance background. I am excited to see how your coaching efforts will impact independent insurance agents in Texas.


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