Drew Hardgrave / Hiles Mcleod Insurance
Business Insurance Broker
Moved to Pensacola in 2007 after receiving a Bachelor’s Degree in Insurance and Risk Management from Ole Miss, worked for a different local agency for 7 years in different capacities as a Commercial Insurance Agent before accepting a position with Hiles McLeod in late 2013 and focusing mainly on Commercial Insurance Production. Background in Commercial Insurance Sales and Commercial Insurance Marketing, gives me a unique advantage over my competition because I complete the entire quoting and purchasing process for commercial clients, which allows me to provide better service and negotiate the most competitive terms and pricing for my insureds.
Greg Strader / BRACE
Greg is the Founder and Executive Director of BRACE. He was named a Champion of Change at a White House ceremony in 2012 for the work of BRACE in responding to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and preparing the whole community for emergencies. He was deployed to the Florida State Emergency Operations Center during 13 federally declared disasters that impacted Florida. Greg served as the Long Term Recovery Coordinators following Hurricane Ivan in Escambia County. He served as the CEO of the American Red Cross of Northwest Florida, leading Response and Recovery during and following hurricanes Ivan, Dennis and Katrina.
Keysha M. Royster / Division Of Blind Services
Kesha Royster is a graduate from the University of West Florida. It’s there were she obtained a bachelors in Mass Communication. During her senior year she worked with Project Search an organization that helps intellectually challenged students. She served as the Project Leader, guiding her team to exceed the projected goal and raised over $14,000 in goods and money. It’s there were she knew she wanted to work in the Non-Profit arena helping others. Currently, Kesha works for the Division of Blind Services were she serves as the Employment Placement Specialist, helping individuals who are blind or visually impaired become economically self-sufficient.