Lovitt & Touché, an Arizona-based insurance brokerage and benefits solutions provider, has hired Jackie Robinson as a sales executive specializing in property/casualty risks and employee benefits within the human services and healthcare industries. She is based at the company’s Tempe office.
Robinson has more than 16 years of experience in the insurance industry, most recently serving as a sales executive in the senior healthcare industry. She has also worked for a global insurance provider in numerous roles, including risk management, claims, customer service and account management.
Robinson is licensed to sell Arizona property and casualty insurance, and Arizona life and health insurance. She is a member of the Arizona Assisted Living Federation of America, Smile On Seniors and the Phoenix Black Chamber of Commerce.
To learn more about Lovitt & Touché benefits and insurance options, visit www.lovitt-touche.com.
The Arizona Diamondbacks have raised $57,000 to help the victims of the tornadoes that hit Moore, Okla. and Oklahoma City. The funds were raised via personal donations by D-backs players, an online auction with game-used and autographed items from D-backs players and a 50-50 raffle supported by D-backs wives.
The online auction was inspired by D-backs prospect Archie Bradley, a native of Muskogee, Okla. The online auction featured several personal items, including Jackie Robinson Day jerseys from 14 D-backs players, game-worn Los D-backs jerseys from Miguel Montero and Patrick Corbin, Kirk Gibson autographed bobblehead, autographed baseballs and bats and a team-signed D-backs jersey. Fans can still bid on three Paul Goldschmidt items, including game-used and autographed cleats, bat and batting glove at dbacks.com/auctions through June 6.
D-backs wives helped sell 50-50 Raffle tickets on May 25 that raised $11,605 through the Arizona Diamondbacks Foundation. The funds raised from the online auction, personal player donations and the 50-50 Raffle will all be donated to the American Red Cross, United Way’s OK Strong Campaign and Moore, Okla. Public Schools to help rebuild the areas hit the hardest by the tornadoes.