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Elite Account Executive
Andrew is an Elite Account Executive in Parker, Smith & Feek’s Commercial Department and a team member within our Healthcare and Manufacturing Practice Groups. As an elite account executive, Andrew designs, develops, and implements advantageous insurance and risk management programs to meet the unique needs of our clients.
Andrew started his career in commercial insurance in 2016 at a local brokerage in Tacoma, Washington. With over six years of experience as a commercial lines account executive, Andrew provides strategic risk management consulting to a diverse book of business. He facilitates the implementation of business goals and strategies for his clients and is knowledgeable on a diverse range of insurance products.
Andrew is passionate about educating his clients and colleagues about the state of the marketplace, including product line offerings and changes in consumer trends. He continuously drives client servicing strategy to ensure a consistent client experience. Andrew joined Parker, Smith & Feek in the summer of 2022.
Andrew is a Tacoma, Washington native. He attended Central Washington University and the University of Washington, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies with a minor in Business Administration. He resides in Fircrest, Washington, with his wife, Liz, and their two young daughters, Natalie and Maura.
Andrew loves playing an active role in his local community. He currently serves on The City of Fircrest Planning Commission and is a founding board member of the Fircrest Parks and Recreation Foundation. His professional community involvement includes active participation with the Tacoma Rotary 8 Club, Tacoma-Pierce County Chamber of Commerce, and volunteers for many local non-profit organizations. Andrew enjoys being with his family and friends, traveling, staying active, and having fun in his free time. Speaking of fun: Google search “Fircrest Water Tank Mural Promotes City Pride” for a fun article about Andrew and a community project he was involved in!