4 New Northwestern Mutual Financial Representatives Announced

Friday, November 8, 2013

Four people have been appointed financial representatives by Northwestern Mutual in Chattanooga. They are Michelle Wright, Chad Fromm, Jared McDaniel, and Laura Hessler. They will be associated with Northwestern Mutual of Chattanooga. 

As financial representatives, they will join a network of specialists offering a wide array of products. 

Before joining Northwestern Mutual, Ms. Wright was an account manager for five and a half years at WDEF-TV in Chattanooga.

Ms. Wright is a native of Chattanooga.  She received a B.A. from the University Of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 2004. 

Currently, she is an active member of Clear Creek Church of Christ, Sigma Kappa Sorority Alumnae, and a member of the 2013 Junior League fall provisional class.  She resides in Chattanooga with her husband, Shane Wright and their son.

Before joining Northwestern Mutual, Mr. Fromm served in the Community and Corporate Relations department at Bridgestone Corporation in Nashville.

Fromm is a native of Cleveland. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Lipscomb University in 2011.  He is also working on obtaining his MBA from Lee University in Cleveland.

Currently, Mr. Fromm is an active member of First Baptist Church in Cleveland.  He resides in Cleveland.

Before joining Northwestern Mutual, Mr. McDaniel was an economics teacher and wrestling coach at Bradley Central High School in Cleveland.

Mr. McDaniel is a native of Delray Beach, Fl.  He received his bachelor of arts degree in Bible Theology and Political Science from Lee University in 2008, and his masters in the Arts of Teaching from Lee in December 2009.

Currently, Mr. McDaniel resides in Cleveland, with his wife, Hillary.

Before joining Northwestern Mutual, Ms. Hessler was director of Talent Acquisition at Propex Global in Chattanooga.

Ms. Hessler is a native of Chattanooga. She majored in Organizational Leadership from MTSU.

Currently, Ms. Hessler is an active member of D.A.R, Chattanooga Cares, and Chatt-TANS (Chattanooga Talent Acquisition Networking Source).  She resides on Signal Mountain with her husband, Dr. Richard Hessler, and five children, Tucker, 15, Evan, 13, Anna Grace, 12, Drew, 10, and Corinne, 7.



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