Jeff Lagos is the president of Insurance Office of America (IOA). Jeff joined IOA as a commercial producer in May 2000. He was elected to the IOA Board of Directors in 2003 and was appointed president in 2008.
Since his appointment as president, IOA has experienced continued growth each year going from $70 million in revenue to $250 million in revenue today. Of the top 25 insurance brokerages in the United States, IOA is one of only three independent, privately owned brokerages that obtains nearly all its increase from organic growth rather than through acquisition. Jeff’s leadership has played a pivotal role in helping IOA grow to the rank of the 15th largest privately held commercial insurance agency in the U.S., according to Insurance Journal.
Prior to joining IOA, Jeff spent 10 years with Auto-Owners Insurance Company as an underwriter and marketing representative.
Jeff earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree in finance from the University of Central Florida, and he holds the charted property casualty underwriter (CPCU) designation.
In 2010, Jeff was inducted into the UCF College of Business Hall of Fame. He also is a board member of the Orlando Sports Foundation and a founding member of the Cure Bowl, an NCAA college football game that has raised over $3.88 million for breast cancer since its inception.