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Washington financial representative appointed new managing director of Northwestern Mutual

May 29, 2013
Laura J. Fisher

On Jan. 1, 2013, Laura J. Fisher, CLU, ChFC was appointed to managing director by Northwestern Mutual in Washington. The financial representatives located in the Washington office with Fisher are Sid Manfull, CLU, chFC, Adam Mangold, Tom Doughty, Jim Ross, Jeff Talbot, Alissa Ceru, and associate financial representative Betsy Lasek.
Since 1996, Fisher has been associated with Northwestern Mutual. As managing director she will manage financial representatives in a 12-county area and continue to be part of a network of specialists offering a wide array of products. Her duties/responsibilities will include recruiting and training financial representatives, managing the office and selling financial service products. She will provide expert guidance and innovative solutions for a variety of financial needs and goals.
As a member of NAIFA, Fisher has earned the National Association of Life Underwriters, National Quality Award, National Sales Achievement Award and the NAIFA Quality Award.
A native of Illinois, Fisher received a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in marketing from the University of Iowa in 1995. She also received her CLU in 2001 and her ChFC in 2004 from The American College.
Currently, Fisher is an active member of the St. James Catholic Church and sits on the board of directors for Washington County Hospital and Clinics. She resides in Washington with her husband, Aaron, and has two children, Samantha, 24, and Jacob, 17.

Comments (1)
Posted by: Glen Peiffer | May 31, 2013 12:52

Since Laura Fisher is on the hospital board, I would like to know what she anticipates the impact of Obama-care will have on demand of hospital services and revenue. I know that the hospital has millions of dollars of bad debt. Does she anticipate an increase in reimbursement of patient billing and a reduction of unpaid patient accounts receivable?

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