In Service to All

Category: "Inspire" Stories

Date: October 2, 2020

On the “Inspire” Podcast, we were privileged to hear from Doug Price, President and CEO of Insurance Administrative Solutions and a new Integrity Partner.

Doug has spent the past 35 years working in all aspects of the insurance business. But before that, he spent time in the U.S. Army as a Russian interpreter and interrogator. Using those skills, he was able to interview people who were defecting from the Soviet Union to the West during the Cold War.

Doug’s army experience taught him a lot about human nature and helped him develop discipline and a strong attention to detail — all of which are critical to his work serving insurance carriers today. Above is a photo of Pvt. Doug Price from that time.

We’re grateful for Doug’s service to our country and are honored to welcome him into the Integrity family. Check out his full story by listening to the “Inspire” Podcast here.

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