Kirkland’s Plummer named a director of sales at American Income Life-Altig

He was one of two people appointed to the position at the Redmond business.

  • Thursday, February 8, 2018 2:05pm
  • Business
Troy Plummer Courtesy photo

Troy Plummer Courtesy photo

American Income Life – Altig in Redmond has appointed Troy Plummer of Kirkland and and Lauren Coyne of Issaquah to directors of sales.

As directors of sales, Plummer and Coyne will support the growth of all leaders in the North American territories.

Plummer joined AIL-Altig in 2004 and rising through the company ranks.

“Based on his amazing results and commitment to do more for others, I know he will have nothing but success ahead of him,” AIL-Altig CEO Ilija Orlovic said of Plummer in a press release.

Plummer is originally from Canada and holds degrees in business and marketing from the University of Manitoba. He lives in Kirkland with his wife and their two kids. According to the release, he enjoys mentoring new leaders in the business, golfing and traveling with his family.

Lauren Coyne Courtesy photo

Lauren Coyne Courtesy photo

Coyne joined AIL-Altig in 2010 and was appointed to various management positions within the company. After working closely in the Redmond headquarters with the top minds in the business, Coyne looks forward to sharing their wisdom and her experience to grow the company as director of sales, the release states.

“I’ve been coaching all my life — I’m good at it,” she said in the release. “I am excited to go on the road again and train leaders to push the entire company forward.”

Coyne holds a bachelor’s degree in political economy, with a double minor in human rights and international law from the University of Washington. According to the release, she enjoys traveling, hiking, watching and playing sports and spending time with her family.

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