Todd Engelson and Josh Hoover.

Engelson, Hoover move into new roles with Redmond company

Redmond's American Income Life Insurance Company (Altig) has named Todd Engelson director of leadership development and Josh Hoover director of operations.

Redmond’s American Income Life Insurance Company (Altig) has named Todd Engelson director of leadership development and Josh Hoover director of operations.

Engelson started with Altig in 2006 when he was personally recruited, immediately showing enthusiasm for providing career opportunities to people from diverse backgrounds. He previously held the title of regional director of sales where he cultivated leaders in 10 different regions to be top producers.

Hoover began his career with Altig in 2011, where his leadership in conservation created efficient practices that directly impact the company’s growth. Hoover added to the company’s success through developing the call center and confidently leading as project manager.

Engelson earned degrees in business administration and psychology from Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Hoover earned a business administration degree from Corban University in Salem, Ore.

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