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Alliant Specialty Adds Danielle Maxey in Georgia


Alpharetta, GA-based specialist joins Alliant's growing Southeast team

Insurance Services
, the nation's largest specialty insurance
brokerage firm, has announced that Danielle Maxey has joined its
Construction Services Group as Account Executive. In this role, she will
continue to service clients operating in the construction and real
estate industries.

"Danielle is a passionate client advocate who is committed to providing
extraordinary service," said Peter Arkley, President, Alliant Specialty.
"She has a strong network of contractors, real estate contacts, and
insurance company relationships that will help Alliant expand in the

Prior to joining Alliant, Maxey was an Assistant Vice President–Account
Executive and Client Service Team Leader in the construction and real
estate division for a large global insurance broker. There, she
dedicated her career to being an integrated risk management advisor and
an extension of her clients' risk management team. Before her broker
role, Maxey worked as an underwriter, focusing on casualty lines for
trade and artisan subcontractors. Maxey joins Alliant with 13 years of
insurance experience with various lines of coverage.

Maxey is a graduate of Georgia State University, graduating cum laude
with a bachelor's degree in English. She holds a property and casualty
(P&C) license in all 50 states. She is an active member in the
community, volunteering with special needs individuals and veterans. She
is based in the Alpharetta, GA office of Alliant and can be reached at

About Alliant Insurance Services

Headquartered in Newport Beach, CA, Alliant Insurance Services, Inc.
provides property and casualty, workers' compensation, employee
benefits, surety, and financial products and services to clients
nationwide, including public entities, tribal nations, healthcare,
energy, law firms, real estate, construction, and other industry groups.
More information is available on the company's website at

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