Brantley Center names six to advisory council

Appalachian State University's Brantley Risk & Insurance Center (BRIC) recently gained six new members of its board of advisors, according to a recent post at The industry professionals represent a broad spectrum of the insurance industry by occupation, experience and geographical location, said BRIC Executive Director David Marlett.

The new members are: Cameron Annas, vice president of business development for Granite Insurance; Paige Bagwell, chief experience officer for The Redwoods Group; Eric Black, area president at Gallagher Benefits Services; Jonathan Dillon, regional vice president of Penn National Insurance; Keith Moore, CyberPolicy founder and CEO of CoverHound; and Jonathan Trevisan, senior vice president and employee benefits practice leader at McGriff Insurance.

Read the members' bios.

The Walker College of Business houses eight college and program-level advisory councils, including the Business Advisory Council. It's one way the college collaborates with industry partners. Advisory groups are composed of business leaders who meet regularly to advise administrators on matters relating to the needs of the business community. Advisory councils allow students to interact with current and retired leaders from local, regional, national and international businesses. Learn more on our website,

Pictured, clockwise from top left are Annas, Black, Dillon, Trevisan, Moore and Bagwell.
Published: Apr 28, 2020 2:27pm