Brook Mahoney founded CCIG in 1985 with an innovative approach of offering risk and claims management services that went far beyond the conventional insurance services provided by most competitors. CCIG’s ability to analyze and manage risk, control losses and advocate on behalf of its clients when claims arise has led to its success and growth in the insurance marketplace. Brook received his bachelor’s degree in Insurance and Marketing from the University of Iowa. He is a past president of the Professional Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of Colorado and serves on a number of community boards, insurance industry boards and corporate advisory groups.
Andrew Mahoney joined CCIG in 2014 as an Insurance Advisor working primarily with upper middle-market Commercial Real Estate and Construction clients. Over time he led the firm’s Commercial division as the Director of Sales, then served as CCIG’s Executive Vice President. As president, Andrew oversees corporate strategic planning, specifically focusing on driving the firm’s sales growth while enhancing its client-service offerings. Andrew is a graduate of Virginia’s Hampden-Sydney College. He is an avid outdoors enthusiast and serves on the board of the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative, which helps build trails and sponsors terrain restoration projects in Colorado’s 54 14,000-foot peaks.
Executive Vice President
Spencer Mahoney oversees carrier relations, IT, marketing and employee engagement at CCIG. Spencer – who started his career in Boston as a commercial broker in the Life Science space before moving to Denver in 2017 – also heads the firm’s Life Science and Technology Practice areas. A business graduate of the University of Arizona, he’s a board member of the Colorado Uplift, the Insurance Charitable Foundation (IIFC) and NephCure Colorado.
Chief Operating Officer
JB Richardson is focused on leading CCIG’s overall corporate strategy and on identifying and driving operational growth and improvements, including policies and procedures designed to continue scaling the organization and promoting our company culture. A graduate of Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia, JB serves on the board of ACE Scholarships, which works with low-income families to provide tuition assistance for their children’s education, and is an active volunteer with Food for Thought, which helps provide meals for children attending Title 1 schools in Denver.
Chief Service Officer
Kelly Kehoe brought more than 25 years of client service, operations management and leadership experience to CCIG. Kehoe plays a key role in both enhancing and strategizing solutions to deliver the highest levels of service excellence to CCIG clients. Her focus is on developing CCIG’s staff of non-sales professionals, fostering client relations, and establishing quality management systems and processes to ensure our clients receive the professional and confidential services they expect and deserve.
Chief Financial Officer
Jacob Cook joined CCIG in 2015 with nearly 20 years of accounting experience, including eight years in the banking industry with both privately and publicly held institutions in Denver. His past roles included serving as controller for a privately-owned real estate investment group, investing and managing properties in a number of states. Jacob also served as controller for a real estate lender providing financing to investments across the U.S. A member of COCPA, CFOLC and SHRM, Jacob is a 1998 graduate with a degree in economics from the University of Wyoming.
President, Commercial Lines
Brian Parks manages CCIG’s Commercial Lines unit. He has nearly 20 years of experience, including serving as VP at Distinguished Programs, an insurance risk purchasing group in New York City. Brian serves on the Board of Directors at National Jewish Health as well as its Development Board. He is also part of a group called 5280 Air Society, young leaders in Denver who are invested in National Jewish Health’s mission.
President, Employee Benefits
John Kirke leads CCIG’s employee benefits team, focusing on services and solutions to help clients find innovative ways to bring their healthcare costs under control and to recruit and retain top-tier talent. John has more than 25 years of experience in the employee benefits and insurance industry, including work at one of the nation’s largest health insurance companies. A graduate of Drake University’s College of Business and Public Administration, John has participated in the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Foundation program, served on the Denver Metro Chamber Health and Wellness Committee and various regional and national insurance advisory boards and councils.
President, Personal & Select Commercial Lines
Matt Genova oversees the sales and operations teams in CCIG’s Personal Lines department, including its fast-growing Private Client Group, as well as the firm’s Select Commercial Lines unit. He has over 15 years of insurance sales and management experience. Matt holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder and an MBA from the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. Matt is a graduate of Impact Denver, a Denver Metro Chamber Leadership Foundation community engagement program.
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