Iroquois Group has appointed John McCaleb (pictured) as regional vice president of Iroquois Midwest, Inc.
In his new role, McCaleb and his team will partner with independent insurance agencies and carriers to drive profitable growth in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Kansas, and Missouri.
McCaleb joins Iroquois from The Hartford where he held multiple executive posts, serving most recently as head of strategic partnerships. Before The Hartford, he worked in several leadership roles across underwriting and sales at Liberty Mutual Insurance, including vice president of key relationships.
McCaleb earned his MBA at Duke University and his undergraduate degree at Baylor University. He is a native of Texas and now splits time between Austin and Winter Park, Fla.
“I am so excited to bring John’s energy and partnership-building skills to Iroquois in the southern half of the Midwest,” said Matt Ward, executive officer of Iroquois Group. “He was the perfect candidate to lead our expansion in these states.”
Iroquois is a network of more than 2,000 independent agencies in 44 states writing over $1.5 billion in premium with affiliated carrier partners.