Team Manager, Member Services Telecare
Brett has been a licensed insurance agent for over 10 years and has an active license in 42 U.S. states. Brett is a licensed health and life insurance agent at GoHealth. Before joining GoHealth, he served consumers in the industries of sales and finance. Brett translates high-touch people skills and financial market expertise to his work in healthcare benefits. As a sales consultant and later holding a senior role for Etrade Financial, Brett’s exceptional background in understanding markets and consumers translates to pinpointing insurance services that match specific demographic health and financial needs.
He has a B.A. in Accounting from Columbia College and M.B.A in Business from Webster University.
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