8 November, 2018

Rhodes Risk Advisors Welcomes Tyler Stephens

Atlanta, GA – Rhodes Risk Advisors, a commercial property and casualty brokerage based in Atlanta, GA, is pleased to welcome Tyler Stephens as Assistant Vice President. Tyler will be located in the Atlanta office and in his role will help to grow Rhodes’ client portfolio and industry vertical product offerings. With over eight years of property & casualty insurance brokerage experience his addition will further Rhodes’ portfolio growth and risk management offerings to its client base.

“We are excited to have someone with Tyler’s breadth of insurance knowledge, relationships, and agency operations experience join our team,” said Mike Davis, President of Rhodes Risk Advisors.  “Tyler further strengthens the capabilities and reach of our sales team at Rhodes, as well as expanding our depth within our industry specializations.”

Prior to joining Rhodes, Tyler was an Agency Owner & Producer at Nationwide Insurance in the greater Atlanta area. In addition to his oversight of the agency’s operation and direction, Tyler had extensive experience in building risk management programs for commercial clients. Over his seven years at Nationwide he specialized in property & casualty placements and high net worth client portfolios, earning the company’s Champions Award designation. Prior to Nationwide Tyler was in a sales role for State Farm Insurance of Georgia. He currently holds his Commercial Lines Coverage Specialist (CLCS) certification.


Tyler specializes in working with clients in the real estate, construction, transportation, and hospitality industries.  He earned his Bachelor of Business Administration from The University of Georgia’s Terry College of Business with a degree in Marketing. Tyler is actively involved in the Marietta Rotary Club where he serves as co-membership chair and resides in Smyrna with his wife Brittney and son Davis.

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