Greg Jung has been promoted to Executive Vice President and Chief Growth Officer, Paige Slaughter has been promoted to director of product management, and James Capozzi, Senior Sales and Business Development Director, is now responsible for the newly formed Government Solutions division of Seven Corners, overseeing growth initiatives for Seven Corners’ government programmes.
Previously serving as the Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Jung will focus on leading the execution of Seven Corners’ growth strategy while overseeing activities across marketing, product marketing, product management, strategic account management, digital sales and managing the Government Solutions division along with Capozzi. Formerly the senior manager of programme and policy administration, Slaughter is now responsible for Seven Corners’ product roadmap and product portfolio strategies. She will also lead all programme implementations for the travel insurance business as well as partner relations’ activities. Both Jung and Slaughter are going on four years with the company.
“Remaining focused on providing the highest level of customer-centric services, especially as people prepare to travel again, positions Seven Corners for continued growth,” Jung said. “I’m excited to serve in a new position that’s dedicated to that growth and to evolve our focus as we begin to exit the pandemic and capitalise on the anticipated surge expected to occur in the travel insurance market. Having a team focused on growth will also allow us to strengthen our presence in the government solutions space with the launch of our website and the planned initiatives for our Bureau of Prisons division.”
New people join the company to facilitate growth
Jamee Gifford recently joined the Seven Corners team as Manager of Digital Sales and Growth Strategies and is responsible for the growth of the organisation’s digital sales team, which is expected to double in size this year. Becky Hart has been hired as a Communications Specialist tasked with managing the growth of Seven Corners’ content strategies and social media initiatives. And finally, Joanna Woerner joined Seven Corners as the Digital Marketing Manager, responsible for leading digital marketing and advertising growth strategies.
“We are thrilled to be able to further strengthen the Seven Corners organisation through the skills our new team members bring to the table and the promotion of several of our current team members,” said Jeremy Murchland, President of Seven Corners. “We expect people to be eager to travel this year and to purchase travel insurance due to the many unknowns the pandemic still presents. Growing our team will allow us to handle this projected growth in the market in a way that positions us well for success.”