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Ascension Insurance, Inc. Welcomes Kristine Fox as Account Executive


Walnut Creek, Calif., 01 March 2017 – Ascension Insurance, Inc. announced that Kristine Fox has joined its Pan American business unit as an Account Executive. She will be based out of their Fresno, California office.

Kristine earned her Agribusiness and Farm Insurance Specialist (AFIS) certification after completing five specialized courses on agribusiness as it pertains to risk management and insurance. Kristine most recently worked for a national workers’ compensation carrier, managing agencies in California’s Central Valley and Central Coast. Prior to that role, she worked on both the crop agency and carrier side providing perennial and annual-crop insurance to growers throughout the West.

“Kristine has a great spirit and energy. Her knowledge and experience in the crop-insurance industry will be a huge value add to our clients. I am pleased to welcome her to the team,” said Steve Martin, President of Pan American.

“Joining the Ascension team gives me the opportunity and privilege to once again work with the agricultural community in California. I am passionate about the services Ascension offers and the crop insurance industry. I am very excited to be back,” said Kristine.

Kristine earned her Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Mass Communication and Journalism from California State University, Fresno and has been a crop instructor at the Emmett J. Vaughn Agribusiness Conference.


About Ascension Insurance, Inc.
Ascension Insurance, Inc. is a premier insurance agency that offers superior risk management and benefits consulting services across the U.S. It is ranked within the top 50 largest agencies in the country, by revenue, with more than 400 employees in 35 locations nationwide. Ascension is a privately held corporation; together with its private-equity partners, Parthenon Capital and Century Capital Management, the company expects to continue its strong growth trajectory through additional acquisitions and organic growth.