Women on the Move: Lauren Culp

by | Jul 1, 2021 | Business, Current Issue, Jul/Aug 21, Women on the Move | 0 comments

Lauren Culp

Crandall & Associates Insurance

While most of us relied on Netflix and Carbs to sustain us during the Pandemic, Lauren Culp of Crandall & Associates Insurance choose to obtain her CEBS (Certified Employee Benefit Specialist) designation. This grueling credentialing encompasses five courses that build a total benefits perspective and partners with the Wharton School of Business. This dynamo is eager to redefine the Insurance experience. Lauren is looking to expand the line to include Compliance Management, Strategic Benefits Management, and Retirement Planning. Lauren aspires to take Crandall & Associates to dizzying heights of innovation. 

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