Troy McQuagge Son has been in the insurance industry since 1983. His first job was at Allstate Insurance Company, one of the United States largest insurers. After a number of other positions in the industry he joined USHEALTH Group, Inc. in 2010. When he joined the company it was a company with a shrinking number of customers and declining morale, especially in their sales arm USHEALTH Advisors, LLC. He was able to turn the company around and in doing was named the president and chief executive officer of the company.
One of the ways Troy McQuagge turned around USHEALTH Group was by inspiring people with a new mission behind the company. He came up with HOPE. It stands for Helping Other People Everday. This is not just by helping customers with their health insurance needs. Instead, it’s meant for the employees and management of the company to help the broader community in which they live and work. Read more on Crunchbase about Troy McQuagge Son
The first HOPE project was helping rebuild homes in New Orleans that had been ruined by Hurricane Katrina. They have also collected money and baby items for The Crisis Nursery which helps in-need infants in the Phoenix/Scottsdale area. In 2012 there was a Leaders Meeting for the executives working for USHEALTH Advisors. They collected $25,000 which they sent to HOPEKids Arizona. this is a nonprofit that helps families who have a child with a life-threatening disease.
It’s not just the management of USHEALTH Group that pursues HOPE projects. Many USHEALTH Advisors district offices have put together projects to help others in the community. One example took place in Palm Bay, Florida. The division leader in that office, Elizabeth Byrne, got together with the agents working there and decided to help a nonprofit. After research they decided on the Warriors Project which was set up by the Space Coast Paratroopers Association. The team at this district office helped to refurbish a home that was badly in needs of repairs. After they completed their work on this home it was given to a local Army Specialist who was able to live in the home with his family mortgage-free.
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