Andy Ferrera, M.S.
A graduate of Eastern Illinois University and an insurance professional since 2007, Andy came to us from Country Financial where he focused on Personal, Commercial & Life Insurance while running his own agency. Andy continues to focus in these areas of insurance while being able to provide more choices and pricing to better fit customer preferences. Along with his insurance experience, Andy also served in the Iraq War in 2003 with Marine Wing Communications Squadron 48, providing communications support to Navy Fleet Hospital 3 in Southern Iraq. Andy is active with the BNI Key Referral Center, Mchenry County Marine Corps League, Algonquin/LITH Chamber of Commerce, along with other organizations. He is married with two children and enjoys outdoor activities.
A graduate of Eastern Illinois University with a degree in Business Administration minoring in Human Resources and Southern Illinois University with a degree in Elementary Education certified additionally in ESL, middle school science, middle school math, middle school social sciences, middle school English, and business. She has also earned her Insurance Producer Licenses in Property, Casualty, Health, and Life. Jerin worked in hospitality sales at Pheasant Run Resort as a Corporate Sales Manager with continuous involvement in MPI. While returning to a cohort SIU program, Jerin worked along with Andy at Country Financial to increase marketing. Jerin taught 5th through 8th grade at Stanton Middle School while leading as fifth grade team leader, coaching orchesis, producing bi-annual drama productions, and working with the Board on the school improvement plan. While staying home with two children, Jerin has worked alongside Andy at Concklin Insurance to submit prospective quotes. Jerin is currently the President of the First United Methodist Preschool Board and previously a Deacon at First Presbyterian Church of Woodstock.
Currently, a student at Illinois State University and pursuing a degree in Public Relations, Nina graduated from Huntley High School in 2018. Throughout her high school years, she was a member of National Honors Society and a member of the community service club. Nina has committed countless hours within her community, including volunteering at local animal shelters, food pantries, tutoring students within her district, working with the Lake in the Hills police department to conduct peer juries along with participating in Feed my Starving Children. At Illinois State, she joined Greek life where her sorority worked toward fighting world hunger around the world.