Greylock Insurance Agency Staffer Earns Elite Status

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Greylock Insurance Agency's Insurance Processing and Systems Manager Rebecca Kelly has earned the designation of CISR Elite after successfully completing extensive examinations in all areas of insurance risks and exposures.

"This certification demonstrates Kelly’s professional dedication and commitment to excellence," said Vice President Lori Goodell. "Our clients know they can count on her and our other agents for thorough, thoughtful and exemplary service."

The Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) Program, available to insurance professionals around the world, is distinguished from other programs of its kind by an annual continuing education requirement, which ensures that designees stay current on the important policy changes and trends within the industry. Five successful courses are required to achieve the CISR designation; passing all nine elevates one's status to CISR Elite.

 


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