ProAg Welcomes Cathy Holen, Western Region RVP

It is with pleasure that ProAg announces the hiring of Cathy Holen to the Western Region Regional Vice President (RVP) position effective Monday, October 24, 2016. She will report to Missy Waters, Sr. VP of Marketing and Service. Cathy will be responsible for the management and oversight of day to day operations, including sales functions, within the Western Marketing Region.

Cathy brings over 23 years of experience in the crop insurance industry to ProAg. She has worked in positions with various crop insurance companies in a variety of underwriting roles including supervising underwriters as well as most recently, managing a California-based regional office.

Cathy will be located in our Fresno, CA office. ProAg agents can access Cathy’s contact information in the announcement on our ProAgPortal® system.

ProAg, a member of the Tokio Marine HCC group of companies, is positioned as a financially strong and well-capitalized insurer prepared to weather any economic storm. We strive to serve our clients’ best interests by remaining singularly focused on our specialized line of business—crop insurance. We stand committed to continuing the principles that ProAg was founded on more than 90 years ago: Integrity, Loyalty and Customer Service.

Tokio Marine HCC is a leading specialty insurance group conducting business in approximately 180 countries and underwriting more than 100 classes of specialty insurance. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, the company is made up of highly entrepreneurial teams equipped to underwrite special situations, companies and individuals, acting independently to deliver effective solutions. Tokio Marine HCC is part of Tokio Marine, a premier global company with a market cap of approximately $30 billion. More information on Tokio Marine HCC and ProAg is available on the company’s web site,

Source: ProAg Press Release

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