Shea Brennaman recently joined Alabama Retail Comp, the state’s most cost-effective workers’ compensation fund for retailers and other small businesses, as a marketing representative.
Brennaman came to ARC from Decatur City Schools, where she worked as a fourth-grade teacher and was a 2020-2021 finalist for the West Decatur Teacher of the Year. She graduated magna cum laude in 2016 from Auburn University, where she was a member of Mortar Board and several other honor societies. She continues to be a contributor to USA Today’s Auburn Wire.
Brennaman joins ARC Marketing and Agency Relations Director Boyd Edwards in promoting ARC’s workers’ compensation program through its network of independent insurance agents.
She is a Huntsville native and will represent ARC in north Alabama and parts of Birmingham.
ABOUT ALABAMA RETAIL COMP
Alabama Retail Comp is the self-administered, self-insured workers’ compensation fund sponsored by the Alabama Retail Association. The Alabama Retail Association represents retailers, the largest private employer in the state of Alabama, before the Alabama Legislature and the U.S. Congress. Its 4,300 independent merchant and national company members sell food, clothing, furniture and other general merchandise at more than 6,000 locations throughout Alabama. Almost all of the association’s members participate in Alabama Retail Comp, the state’s most stable, cost-effective workers’ compensation insurance program for retailers. The program is regulated by the Alabama Department of Labor and governed by a board of trustees who are fund participants. While ARC specializes in the retail industry, it also provides coverage to many employers in an array of different classifications of business.
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Originally posted at 2:45 p.m. July 6, 2021