Joey has nearly two decades of experience in helping clients with their insurance needs and it is his belief in one simple principle ~ always do what’s right ~ that motivated a career move.  He joined the Altman Insurance Services team in October 2016 as an Employee Benefits Advisor and has been a great complimentary addition to our team. 

Joey is all about finding and helping other people solve their problems.  He is customer focused and takes personal responsibility to help today’s employers craft benefit strategies to attract, engage and protect their most valuable asset – their workforce.  His clients rave about his ability to sincerely listen and discuss their benefit challenges - fully understanding their wants, needs and priorities.  His expertise of core, ancillary and voluntary benefits leveraged together with technology and the cross-functional team at Altman Insurance Services, allows Joey to create flexible and proactive strategies designed to control costs, untangle the complexity of regulation compliance and reduce the administrative burdens that can be challenging in today’s post Health Care Reform landscape. 

Joey received his Bachelor of Science in Economics from Centre College in 2000 and is a licensed health/life/property/casualty agent in Kentucky & Indiana.  He enjoys traveling and experiencing more fun, freedom & fulfillment with his wife Dionna and their 3 daughters.


Fun Facts:

I was born and raised a UK fan that just happened to fall in love and marry a Duke fan…talk about a house divided every March J

I’m terrified of snakes and insects of all sorts:  crawly = creepy

I love to golf with my twin girls, Mattie & Addison, however there is the occasional regret that I encouraged them to play - when they snicker at their Daddy’s golf game

Mike Summerfield, partner at AIS, and I were recognized in the same edition of 20 People to Know in Insurance published by Louisville Business First


I can be reached at or lets connect on LinkedIn if you’d like. 

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