Oswego, NY – Kathleen Harrington has been hired as an account executive with the FitzGibbons Agency, according to John FitzGibbons, president of the Oswego, New York insurance group.
Harrington, who holds a New York State Property and Casualty license, will provide local businesses with solutions to their property and casualty needs and offer quality customer service to manage all aspects of business insurance.
â€œWe are pleased to announce Kathyâ€™s new role as an account executive at our agency,â€ FitzGibbons said. â€œShe will provide diverse experience within the insurance industry and be a considerable asset to our agency and client base.â€
According to FitzGibbons, Harringtonâ€™s past experience provides the agency with a unique skill set in managing workers compensation issues including audit reviews and loss prevention for clients.
Additionally, she specializes in all lines of coverage within the Healthcare industry.
Harrington was previously a client executive at a Syracuse insurance agency for the past two years before joining the FitzGibbons Agency.
A lifelong resident of Oswego, Harrington maintains an Associate of Occupational Studies Degree from Bryant & Stratton Business Institute; and an Associate Degree in Business from Herkimer Community College.
Harrington is active in many marketing and charity recognition activities for the Oswego Speedway and the International Supermodified Association (ISMA). She is also a committee member for various Greater Oswego-Fulton Chamber of Commerce events.
Fitzgibbons Agency is an Independent Insurance Agency, located at 35 East First Street in Oswego, New York that provides both personal and business insurance products. Â The agency represents Travelers, Hartford, Adirondack Insurance, Harleysville, Progressive and many other insurance carriers. They also offer employer-based programs for health benefits through carriers such as Excellus, UnitedHealthcare, MVP, Aetna, MetLife as well as Aflac and Colonial. For additional information call (315) 342-5000 or visit them online at www.askfitz.com.