Amy Leonhardt of the Farmers Alliance Companies has been awarded the professional insurance designation Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) by the American Institute for CPCU.
This announcement was made by Peter L. Miller, CPCU, president and chief executive officer of the Institute.
Leonhardt’s CPCU designation was formally conferred at a ceremony in Anaheim, California, in September, 2014.
Amy Leonhardt is Regional Claims Manager for Farmers Alliance. She joined the companies in 2002 as an Underwriter, has also served as an Underwriting Business Analyst, and was named Assistant Regional Claims Manager in February.
She is a graduate of Attica (KS) High School and Pratt (KS) Community College, where she received her Associate’s degree in Business. Leonhardt resides in Inman with her husband, Cory, and their children, Jayden and Sharley.
The American Institute for CPCU is an independent, nonprofit educational organization that confers the CPCU designation on persons who complete eight rigorous courses and national essay examinations
and meet its ethics and experience requirements.
All CPCUs are required to maintain and to improve their professional knowledge, skills, and competence through their commitment to the American Institute’s Code of Professional Ethics.
More information is available at www.aicpcu.org.
The Farmers Alliance Companies provide property and casualty insurance through independent agents in an 8-state region.