Our lead singers in our NAA Rock Star band are our Top Agency Managers. They know how to grab the guitar and rock out! These individuals reached this level of stardom by selling the most insurance and being stellar recruiters—helping to build their business into a nationwide act. They became Rock Stars with National Agents Alliance and you can too! Apply now, start your career and you could be the next National Agents Alliance ROCK STAR!
Andy Albright - President and CEO of National Agents Alliance, arguably the country's largest and most successful insurance marketing organization specializing in life event marketing and sales.
He has appeared in regional magazines and newspapers. NAA was chosen from a pool of 35,000 area businesses as the N.C. Triad's Fastest Growing Company by Greensboro's Triad Business Journal in 2007. Albright's drive and unwillingness to accept "the way things have always been done" are one of the reasons National Agents Alliance continues to grow.
Albright, a 1986 graduate of North Carolina State University, is the author of two books, "8 Steps to Success" and "Millionaire Maker Manual." Andy Albright is known as a leader who is able to move people and change their thinking for the better in life and business. Albright mentors students at N.C. State and Western Alamance High School, and is also a motivational speaker for various groups and organizations such as Keller Williams.
Albright and his wife, Jane live with their children – Haleigh and Spencer – just outside of Burlington, N.C.
Alex Fitzgerald - National Agents Alliance Top Agency Managers life is a far cry from his early days. As he reminisces about the changes, he recalls one clarifying moment. "I can remember floating in the surf in Oahu, Hawaii with Andy Albright on my first all expense paid trip from an insurance company. We were floating on some Noodles, looking back over the Ihilani Resort. There was a dormant volcano as a backdrop and it was all topped off with the clearest sky that you have ever seen. Andy looked at me and said, "Hey beau. This is how we are going to live the rest of our lives." He was right, we have. And it's just the beginning.
Alex Abuyuan - National Agents Alliance Top Agency Manager started out with NAA part time. He attended a training seminar, got a script and started running 10 leads a week. He was closing 3 to 5 applications per week and within two months had matched his six figure income selling insurance part time. After three months working part time at National Agents Alliance, Alex committed to NAA full time and "entered the land of the living".
Chris and Courtney Long - National Agents Alliance Top Agency Managers are St. Augustine, Fla. natives, who were introduced to National Agents Alliance by a chance meeting with Andy Riddle at a Japanese Steakhouse. Chris, who was in information technology, was already making a six-figure income, but was struggling to make it financially. In December 2007 Chris earned his insurance license and made his first two sales. After realizing that the NAA system worked, he gave his notice to his former job so that he could focus fully on National Agents Alliance. "Meeting Andy Albright has opened doors for me that I never thought were possible," Long said.
Bill Lampe - National Agents Alliance Top Agency Manager has a lot to be proud of. Six months after joining National Agents Alliance, his agency has ascended to the top ten on the company's leaderboards in both production and recruiting. And Bill shows no signs of slowing down. Born in Milwaukee and growing up in Grafton, Wisconsin, Bill became interested in working with finances. He worked as a mortgage consultant and held various sales jobs before deciding to get his insurance license.
Stephen Davies - National Agents Alliance Top Agency Manager made a decision which would forever change his life: he joined National Agents Alliance. Three years later, Stephen is living life with no regrets. "Before, I was working lots of hours, over 70 a week and my wife still had to work. Even with all those hours, we were just getting by. All that's changed. My wife stays home to raise our son and I work a lot less."