HPM Agent Installed as 119th Chairwoman of NHAIA

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April Weismann were raised while in the insurance industry, and already she actually is leading it. 

With tabs toward spreading the word with regards to the independent insurance firm model  and benefits to the organization’s 1,500 members, Weismann was installed as the New Hampshire Association of Insurance Agent’s 119th chairperson, a year-long position, at NHAIA’s annual convention on October 2nd.

Weismann is the vice president of business development and communications for HPM Insurance in Amherst, plus its that experience, with your ex-girlfriend life’s worth of experience across the insurance business, that he expects will help in her mission of encouraging her fellow agents to obtain involved.

“April has a fundamental knowledge of the insurance industry which comes besides from understading about it but from living it,” said NHAIA President Chris Nicolopoulos, noting that Weismann’s late father, Jack McBriarty, was the founder and long-time who owns McBriarty Insurance in Milford, which Weismann helped to run for Decade prior to a family sold to HPM Insurance in 2010.

“Most importantly, she witnesses that the agent definitely makes the greatest advocate because of their insurance customers, the whole idea.”

In her current role at HPM, Weismann handles marketing and communications and is also perhaps the company’s leadership team. She has been affiliated with the NHAIA board of directors since 2019, plus in this period has gone from zero to sixty with regard to comprehending just what the state association does.

“When I’m first inspired to join the board, I’d been hesitant, because like other people I’d been busy, and i also wasn’t quite sure precisely what the association actually did,” she said. “I’ve learned it lets you do a lot, that’s some tips i desire to be sure each of our members understand as well.”

Weismann said she’ll have a certain focus on the association’s Young Agents Committee so that you can encourage the future of the industry to adopt a leadership role.

“Having vibrant, engaged and purposeful young agents is the central piece in moving the association and industry forward,” she said.

Weismann resides in Southern New Hampshire with your ex-girlfriend husband, Ted, and 2 boys, Theo and Ollie. She enjoys traveling, music, running and cooking.