Carmen Johnson System Admin & Licensing Lewiston office 208-746-9646 Direct: 208-413-6198 | vCard CarmenJ [at] Am-Ins [dot] com
Stephanie Herbert Marketing & Medical Admin Lewiston office 208-746-9646 Direct: 208-413-6242 | vCard StephH [at] Am-Ins [dot] com
Certified Insurance Counselor
Signifying knowledge, educational commitment, and leadership.
What It Means to Be a CIC
The Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation and pin are marks of distinction that demonstrate my commitment to professional excellence and leadership in the insurance industry. I am proud to be a CIC that represent the best and most knowledgeable insurance practitioners in the nation.
Today’s insurance and risk management industry is big, complex, and full of variation. As you consider what kind of coverage you need for your unique set of risks and exposures—both current and future—my training as a Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) has prepared me to be the competent and proven advisor you need.
Training to become a CIC includes 100 classroom hours and five comprehensive exams. In addition, I attend continuing education courses every year to update my knowledge and skills, to ensure that you always receive from me the attention, care, and current information necessary to make your coverage decisions.
Certified Insurance Service Representative
What It Means to Be a CISR
Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) is a professional designation of The National Alliance for Insurance Education & Research. The CISR education program enhances insurance knowledge of policies, coverages, risk exposures, and risk management.
To earn the CISR designation students must complete five courses of rigorous insurance study and pass written exams within three calendar years. Graduates must complete annual continuing education courses offered by The National Alliance to keep their designation. CISR is recognized as a significant achievement and milestone for insurance professionals.