Kerianne shares personal insights on what ownership means to her; how she describes ownership when talking to family, friends, and strangers; the three words she uses to describe ownership; her EO A-ha moments; and why Andesa Services is a great place to work. There is also an emphasis on Andesa's BAFLE (Business Acumen, Finance Literacy and ESOPs) program as well as Continuous Quality Improvement (CQI.)
Both episodes were recorded in April, 2022, live at The National Center for Employee Ownership's Annual EO Conference in Seattle, WA. We thank NCEO for making the recording space available.
About Kerianne Geist, Marketing Manager:
Kerianne is responsible for leading and managing the development and implementation of all marketing and communication efforts at Andesa.
Prior to joining Andesa in 2020, she delivered award-winning marketing solutions and integrated campaigns that have driven sales growth, market share, and profitability for some of the nation’s largest brands (McDonald’s, Disney, Coca-Cola, Mead Westvaco, and Miller Brewing Company).
About Andesa Policy Lifecycle Solutions:
Andesa is a leading 100% employee-owned provider of policy lifecycle solutions for the life insurance and annuities industry that offers modern cloud-based systems for transaction management and recordkeeping. With flexible end-to-end lifecycle management solutions, a commitment to data security, and decades of market and product expertise, we help carriers, brokers, key stakeholders, and participants pursue strategic sales opportunities and successfully navigate market change. For more information on Andesa, please visit www.AndesaSolutions.comor follow them on Twitter @AndesaServices.
We'd love to hear from you. You can find us on Facebook at EO Podcast Network and on Twitter @ESOPPodcast. This podcast has been produced by Bret Keisling for the EO Podcast Network, production assistance by Victoria Huerta, original music composed by Max Keisling, branding and marketing by BitsyPlus Design.
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