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Teresa Beavers promoted to Vice President of Client Solutions at RYZE Claim Solutions

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Press Release, Jan. 31, 2023 Noblesville, IN – RYZE Claim Solutions is pleased to announce that Teresa Beavers has been promoted to the position of Vice President of Client Solutions. Teresa Beavers Beavers joined RYZE in 2001 as a file reviewer. She was promoted to account manager, where she built lasting relationships with RYZE clients by working collaboratively to meet their needs and to resolve issues. Most recently, she served as the company’s Associate Vice President of Client Services. Her latest promotion to Vice President of Clients Solutions will expand her role in developing solutions for RYZE’s clients. All told, she has 33 years of experience in the claims industry. “Teresa has a great work ethic, and an ability to…

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Alisshia Isaacs promoted to Chief People Officer role at RYZE Claim Solutions

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Noblesville, IN – RYZE Claim Solutions is pleased to announce that Alisshia Isaacs has been promoted to the position of “Executive Vice President/Chief People Officer” at the company. Alisshia Isaacs Isaacs joined RYZE in 2021 as senior vice president of human resources. Over the past year she has led efforts that improved the company’s systems and processes for hiring, payroll and compliance. Isaacs also developed new training, launched a wellness program, and coordinated the company’s events. In her new role, Isaacs continues to oversee human resources and joins the company’s senior leadership team to work on other company initiatives. “Alisshia has made great improvements in human resources since joining RYZE,” said CEO Tony Grippa. “She has brought innovation and great…

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