Ryan Quillan named Employee Benefits Regional VP for OneAmerica
Employee Benefits leader brings vast experience to further advance organizational growth
INDIANAPOLIS (May 17, 2021) — Ryan Quillan has joined the executive leadership team of Employee Benefits at OneAmerica® as regional vice president, sales and service.
Based in the company’s northern region, Quillan will oversee sales teams and account managers in key offices in Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Indianapolis, Michigan, Chicago and Colorado.
“Ryan is a great addition to the Employee Benefits division of OneAmerica and will be an integral influence as we continue to expand our reach,” said Steven Lynch, national vice president of sales and service, Employee Benefits at OneAmerica. “Leveraging his expertise, he and his teams will focus on cultivating the message about the importance of affordable paycheck protection and absence management solutions.”
“I’m impressed with the customer-focus culture at OneAmerica,” Quillan said. “We’re seeing significant changes in the industry, which provide us with opportunities to grow our market share, and we’ll do that by proving to be a trusted partner to our brokers, stepping up our responsiveness, and investing in our efforts to educate customers about their options.”
Quillan has more than 25 years of experience in the group insurance industry and is known for developing strong working relationships with customers and internal partners, building teams and driving growth for organizations. Most recently, Quillan served as a partner and VP of Sales at a private insurance agency in Michigan. He also spent 10 years in senior leadership roles with Lincoln Financial Group’s Midwest sales region. There he established strong partnerships with his sales team, internal partners and brokers throughout the region.
Quillan got his start in the industry as a group sales representative after earning his bachelor’s degree from Western Carolina University.
OneAmerica is the marketing name of the companies of OneAmerica. Products issued and underwritten by American United Life Insurance Company® (AUL), Indianapolis, IN, a OneAmerica company. Lincoln Financial Group is not an affiliate of the companies of OneAmerica.
A national provider of insurance and financial services for more than 140 years, the companies of OneAmerica help customers build and protect their financial futures. OneAmerica offers a variety of products and services to serve the financial needs of their policyholders and customers. These products include retirement plan products and recordkeeping services, individual life insurance, annuities, asset-based long-term care solutions and employee benefit plan products. Products are issued and underwritten by the companies of OneAmerica and distributed through a nationwide network of employees, agents, brokers and other sources who are committed to providing value to our customers. To learn more about our products, services and the companies of OneAmerica, visit oneamerica.com/about-us/companies-of-oneamerica.
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