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Jody is Executive Vice President of Sales at Lovitt & Touche.  She oversees business development efforts, which include managing the broker team, setting the direction for strategic marketing activities and helping clients with complex and diverse insurance needs.

Jody has been instrumental to Lovitt & Touche’s growth since joining in 2003.  With a strong reputation for delivering long-term profitable solutions, she has guided a wide range of high profile clients in manufacturing, nonprofit and construction, providing expertise in risk management, strategic planning, underwriting, workers’ compensation, financial analysis, professional liability, health insurance, D&O, mergers and more.  Jody is a Certified Risk Manager, a rigorous and respected industry designation.

Jody has a steadfast commitment to supporting local nonprofits.  For more than 15 years, she has lent her expertise to Chicanos Por La Causa, one of the largest Hispanic nonprofits in the country helping low-income individuals become self-sufficient.  Jody is also active on the Board of Directors for the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Phoenix and previously served on the Board of Directors for Homeward Bound, a nonprofit providing transitional housing and social service programs for homeless or abused women, children and families

Jody is active in the professional community as well.  As a member of the Arizona chapter of Financial Executives International, she has co-chaired the Membership Committee.  She is also a member of the Risk and Insurance Managers Association and Phoenix CFO-CEO Group.

Jody graduated from Tarleton State University in Texas with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and Finance, Magna Cum Laude.

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