Keystone Insurers Group, which calls itself the fourth largest participant-owned insurance agency network in the country, has named Carolyn Nalley as new Tennessee state vice president.
Nalley was previously at The Hartford as a senior small-commercial sales representative, Keystone said in a news release. At Keystone, she will oversee carrier growth and engagement with service divisions.
She takes over for Michele Bicknell, who was recently named Mid-South regional vice president.
Keystone, based in Pennsylvania, was founded in 1983 when four independent agencies joined forces, the company said. The firm now includes 300 independent agency partners in 18 states.
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