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Young Agents

MAIA maintains a standing committee that consists solely of young agents. The Missouri Young Agents Committee believes in strength through involvement and offers opportunities for young agents to develop leadership skills, participate in legislative issues, train for sales and management needs and communicate ideas with highly motivated, sharp-minded people.

The committee’s focus is to identify and develop the the next top producer in your agency, the next rock star CSR, the next manager or principal of your agency, the next generation of MAIA board members.

Simply put, Young Agents are the future of what the insurance industry will be. We will strive to push the envelope of what the industry is and push it to what it can be. We hope to provide a network of agency and company peers with different backgrounds and experiences. Responsible agency principals should be asking...Who’s next in my agency? Click here to see current members of the Young Agents Committee.
The Missouri Young Agents Committee encourages young insurance professionals, licensed or not, who have been in the business 5 years or less or are under the age of 41, to become aware of and get involved in the activities and programs of the Missouri Association of Insurance Agents.

The Young Agents Committee hosts the Crawfish Feast at the Small Agency Conference in March and the Cornhole Tournament at the MAC Summit in July every year. 



Graham Garber

Marketing Coordinator

Young agents who work for an MAIA member agency are automatically considered part of the Young Agents of Missouri group. Young agents are defined as those who are 40 and under or who have been in the business five years or less. There are no separate dues.

Participating in the Young Agents Network of Missouri can help you:
- Expand your professional network to include not only other agents, but also carrier representatives and other industry professionals
- Strengthen industry connections and make new ones
- Get more involved in your community
- Develop leadership skills
- Learn how to get more involved in the political process and advocate for important agent issues

If you are a young agent and not already receiving information about Missouri Young Agents events, contact the MAIA office at 573-893-4301 or email Graham Garber to indicate your interest. 


The scholarship consists of a full registration fee for the MAC Summit, and two nights hotel stay at Chateau on the Lake donated by the Missouri Association of Insurance Agents and the Young Agents Committee.

Applications due May 1, and winner announced May 15.

2023 winner has been selected. 

2024 Scholarship Application TBA