Answering Alliant National’s call to use title and management skills in the broader role of statewide Florida production manager.
Tim Tillman joined Alliant National six years ago as a vice president
for Tallahassee and Northwest Florida agency manager where he was responsible
for building Alliant National’s footprint.
As a testament to Tim’s hard work and dedication, he’s been
promoted to Florida production manager.
Tim began his career as a courier and moved up the ladder to
perform search, exam and mapping with an independent title agent in South
Florida. Subsequently, he worked as senior examiner and assistant manager for
American Pioneer. He was also a senior examiner for Attorneys Title Fund.
Just prior to joining Alliant National, Tim was the operations
manager and business center manager of Fidelity National Title Group’s
Tallahassee operation, where he managed the production and trained and managed
Tim has done an excellent job of growing our footprint in
his area, including managing examiners and our production system.
Now he’s agreed to answer our call to use his exemplary
title and management skills in the broader role of statewide Florida production
He will continue to reside in the Panhandle area while
managing all our title production staff and processes.
“Joining the Alliant National Team presents me with some new
challenges and opportunities, and I’m really looking forward to helping Alliant
National’s independent agents serve their customers more fully and stand out
from the competition,” Tim said, adding that throughout his career, he’s “grateful
to have had the opportunity to foster excellent business relationships along
some of the best beaches in the world and around the state capital.”
Tim’s mature, kind and experienced voice joins our statewide group of seasoned and compassionate searchers and examiners, all of whom pride themselves on delivering the best title products we can.
The claims and Florida underwriting departments have collaborated to create a paid internship program at Alliant National.
The internship program was created to foster greater awareness and interest in our unique industry, by engaging with students at local law schools.
The program kicked into gear last March, with the selection of the program’s first intern, Kamilah Brennen. Kamilah attended George Washington University for her undergraduate studies and is currently attending Florida A&M University College of Law. She is in the Top 5 percent of her class and graded onto the Law Review.
In her downtime, Kamilah enjoys playing softball, basketball, and mountain biking. She also enjoys reading and watching sci-fi books and movies.
Kamilah will be working at our Oviedo office and will have the opportunity to shadow the underwriting and claims teams, and observe other departments’ functions.
We interviewed several applicants at local law schools, and Kamilah stood out to us as a very caring and bright applicant. We are very excited to have Kamilah with us!
Alliant National Title Insurance Controller Gordon Hampton Retires.
Thank you for being an amazing example through the years. Your dedication and hard work are really inspiring. You will be missed, but enjoy your retirement!
Alliant National’s Regional Counsel Jeff Stein was a featured contributor in PropLogix’s Title Industry Insights for 2019.
For the article, title insurance leaders share perspectives on topics that should be top of mind for settlement agents in 2019.
The story explores strategies and practices for title agents, including wire fraud prevention, marketing, e-closings and blockchain.
Alliant National is thankful and proud to donate to an impactful organization that provides food and hope for new beginnings.
Staying within budget while exceeding expectations is a challenge for all event planners. But Alliant National’s Office of Fun & Festivities’ (OFF) members Julie Murphy and Rebecca Wenzel faced additional challenges while planning Alliant National’s holiday party: how to tie a meaningful contribution to our community into our holiday festivities.
After deliberating and researching viable options, the OFF team decided the holiday party would include hosting a food drive with proceeds going to Thrive Food Bank.
“We chose Thrive Food Bank because it serves a local, high-need population and is a well-organized food bank with a consistent positive impact on the local community,” Rebecca said.