Propel provides innovative insurance solutions to thousands of companies across the country. We make it our business to know your world inside and out.
Propel Insurance, An Alera Group Company, welcomes Nathan Vancil to our Propel Senior Care team as a Client Executive. Nathan joins Propel bringing 15 years of insurance industry experience with expertise in the construction, healthcare, and private equity industries. Nathan has spent much of his career focusing on alternative risk financing structures and helping clients optimize their insurance programs through unique funding mechanisms.
Propel Senior Care provides risk advisory and insurance placement services, risk management consulting, claims advocacy and a wide array of group risk management strategies for our senior care clients. When asked about his new role, Nathan shares, “The level of expertise and the creative thinking that happens within the Propel team is second to none. I’m looking forward to helping serve our clients, grow our business, and provide the exceptional level of service that Propel prides itself in giving.”
Richard Todd, Senior Care Practice Leader and Regional Director, notes, “Nathan’s attention to detail and dedication to serving our clients will aid in the continued growth of Propel in the Southeast. I am excited for this addition to the team and for the success to come in 2024.”
Nathan lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife and children. He has obtained many insurance designations throughout his career including his CPCU and his CRIS. In his free time, he enjoys traveling to new destinations with his family and taking on new projects in his wood shop.
About Propel Insurance
For almost 100 years, Propel Insurance (www.propelinsurance.com), An Alera Group company, has earned a reputation for helping companies reach their potential, providing innovative insurance solutions, risk consulting, workers’ comp cost containment, and employee benefits to thousands of businesses and individuals. Propel Insurance is one of the nation’s largest private insurance agencies.