With 32 years of experience helping clients with their personal insurance needs, Brigitte is an expert in helping successful individuals and families protect their assets and lifestyle priorities. She specializes in working with clients with complex insurance needs, and prides herself on her ability to provide exceptional customer service.
By developing strong relationships with clients based on communication and trust, Brigitte is able to identify and analyze clients’ personal risk exposures and make informed recommendations on how they can better protect their assets.
Brigitte has access to a variety of insurance companies and products, which enables her to provide options for accounts of all sizes and needs. She is known for her prompt responses to questions, as well as her thorough evaluations of her clients’ personal insurance needs.
Prior to joining Woodruff Sawyer in 2018, Brigitte served in long-tenured senior account executive and service roles at Brown & Brown Northwest, Fullerton & Company, and Portland Insurance Agency.
Brigitte has a bachelor of science degree in speech pathology from Oregon State University, and is certified as both an insurance counselor and an insurance service representative.
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