The claims and Florida underwriting departments have collaborated to create an internship program at Alliant National to foster greater awareness and interest in our unique industry by engaging with students at local law schools.
The internship 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.
Raised is South Florida, Kamilah’s favorite food is Caribbean food. In her downtime, Kamilah enjoys playing softball, basketball, and mountain biking. She also enjoys reading and watching sci-fi books and movies.
We interviewed several applicants from local law schools, and Kamilah stood out to us as a very caring and bright applicant. We are very excited to have her here with us.
She will be working in our Oviedo office and will have the opportunity to shadow the underwriting and claims teams and observe other departments’ functions.
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.
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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.
The Claims Department recently paired up with the Ronald McDonald House Charities as part of their annual campaign to give back.
Ronald McDonald House Charities provides support to children and their families at hospitals worldwide by providing a place to stay, and home-cooked meals, at little or no cost.
This service allows families to focus on the health and healing of their child, instead of having to worry about groceries, shopping, cleaning and cooking.
The Claims Team paid a visit to the Ronald McDonald house in Orlando and prepared a home cooked meal of tacos with all the fixins.