Alliant National Title Insurance Co., a title insurance underwriter partnering with independent agents, hired Katherine “Kitty” Stevens, as vice president, Florida agent training and business development.
Stevens will work with Alliant National to craft and share creative solutions to ensure that its independent agents survive and thrive in the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) environment.
“Kitty’s energy, knowledge and can-do spirit make her a perfect fit for our culture as we grow into the future,” said Matt Frasure, senior vice president agency manager. “We know our independent agents will be pleased with this latest addition to the growing Alliant National family.”
“I am honored to join the Alliant National team,” said Stevens. “As an attorney, I am dedicated to the protection and education of consumers, and I look forward to achieving this goal through Alliant National’s carefully selected, ethical independent agents.”
The company’s mission is to protect property owners’ investments by providing secure title insurance delivered by the finest independent agents available. Alliant National provides a partnership environment with its agents that improve the accuracy, efficiency and timeliness of its products, while improving the knowledge base of its agents, and offering the best title products and services possible.
“Kitty Stevens has an excellent background for what is required to stay abreast of consumer protection regulations, especially as they pertain to mortgages,” said Dave Ginger, Alliant National president. “We welcome her to our team.”
Stevens obtained her law degree from Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, N.C.