We are thrilled to announce Anne Long as President of CBIZ Life Insurance Solutions. As President, Anne will oversee our life insurance team and work alongside to design new strategies for growing the business and enhancing offerings to clients.
Anne brings over four decades of experience in the financial services industry, with a specialization in the life insurance space. Most recently, she served as Senior Vice President of Business Development at Lighthouse Life Solutions. Previously, Anne was the Chief Executive Officer of NFP Insurance Services, Inc. for its affluent client markets both domestic and international. Anne also ran a successful consulting practice, where she worked with executives and entrepreneurs across industries to drive efficiencies and promote business Growth. Additionally, Anne is a previous President of CBIZ Wealth Management, having been widely regarded as a leader within the practice.
“Anne is a recognized leader in the financial services industry and her expertise, depth of experience and history of driving growth within the life insurance space will be significant assets to our team,” said Steve Sublett, Chief Executive Officer of CBIZ Life Insurance Solutions. “I had the pleasure of knowing Anne from her initial role at CBIZ. We are thrilled to have her back on the team as President and have no doubt she will lead us to more success.”
Anne is also active in the community as Board Chair of the Temple University College of Liberal Arts, where she received both her bachelor’s degree and Master of Public Administration. In addition, Anne holds the Retirement Income Planning (RICP®) designation from The American College of Financial Services.
“CBIZ continues to serve as a leader in the life insurance space, largely due to its talented team of professionals and dedication to the client,” said Long. “Returning to the CBIZ team is a highlight of my career. I look forward to diving in, working to shine a spotlight on the offerings of CBIZ Life Insurance Solutions and bolstering the success of the organization.”