Jonathan Corteen, Jonathan Rotter and Russ Hartig each received the General Agents and Managers Association International Management Award.
By Noah Guillaume|July 09, 2012 at 08:42 AM
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The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company has announced that Jonathan Corteen, co-founder and president, and Jonathan Rotter, co-founder and executive vice president of The Heartland Group, Penn Mutual’s career agency in Chicago, have received the General Agents’ and Managers’ Association (GAMA) International Management Award at the Gold level. Russell R. Hartig, vice president of The Heartland Group, received the GAMA Frontline Award at the Silver level.
Dedicated to promoting the professional development of managers in the insurance and financial services profession, GAMA recognizes the success of leaders or first-line managers of an agency or firm through its International Management Awards. This award acknowledges outstanding managers whose excellent leadership is demonstrated by the performance of the eight or more full-time agents, advisors or sales representatives under their supervision.
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