7:00 - 7:05: Virtual Meeting Instructions
Join Part 2 of our insurance series with Sami Satouri. This presentation will outline the various types of health insurance and employee benefits coverage that organizing and productivity professionals should have for themselves and their business, and the best way to procure those coverages.
Sami Satouri, RHU, ChHC®, is Owner and President of Quest Insurance and Quest Benefits Inc., a Virginia Corporation specializing in helping individuals and companies secure insurance coverage at the most competitive premium. Sami and his team manage all insurance needs for different size companies.
Quest Insurance has attracted and retained a number of clients from various industries and trade organizations. Sami is the current Risk Management expert for SCORE, the nation's largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, and SBA, a United States government agency that provides support to entrepreneurs and small businesses, delivering a bi-monthly seminar to new and prospective business owners since 2008. He was awarded the SCORE 2018 Distinguished Service Award. He also delivered numerous presentations to different trade organization to educate their members on the required risk management tools and best practices. Sami is backed by a seasoned team of professionals that span different fields and expertise from Property and Casualty to Employee Benefits and Personal coverages. Sami resides in Virginia with his wife, Dr. Raja’a Satouri and two children, Dean and Serena.
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