Ep. 12 Megan Flanagan Mills, a former CIA analyst turned independent insurance broker, faces a legal battle from her previous employer, putting her own future and her children's college funds at risk. Despite the traumatic experience, she still believes she did the right thing in leaving the company and learning to be more cautious and proactive in the future.
In this episode, you will learn the following:
1. What is the Risk of Leaving a Large Corporation to Start Your Own Business?
2. How Did Megan Flanagan Mills Overcome the Financial Losses from a Surprising Lawsuit?
3. How reimaging remodeling can lead to a new side business.
Megan is the owner of the Flanagan Mills Agency, an independent insurance agency in Rochester NY. Her agency specializes in helping individuals and small business owners develop the best insurance program for their needs.
Megan’s key strengths include relationship building, networking, and the ability to build trust and respect. She has worked in the insurance industry for 16 years in various capacities and opened her own agency in October 2015.
Megan is active in the local Rochester, NY, community, and she serves as the Program Committee Chair for the Rochester Women’s Network and is a member of the Irondequoit Business Chamber. Megan finished her tenure as president of the Rochester Women’s Network in early 2021.
In 2017, Megan was the recipient of the Rochester Women’s Network Up & Coming Award. She has obtained several insurance industry awards and in 2016 was named a Women to Watch by the Democrat & Chronicle.
Megan has a large family in upstate New York and currently lives in Rochester with her husband, Brady, daughter, Ada, and son, Jackson.
Megan Flanagan Mills, Agency Owner
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