Brigette DiNicola, CLU, CEBS, FALU, ChFC*

Principal, Co-COO
Boston, MA

Brigette DiNicola specializes in developing and maintaining effective processes across the firm. She monitors the content and quality of FAP deliverables, continuously adapting our procedures to address the changing needs of both clients and carriers.

Brigette started out in Sports Marketing and Promotions for the University of Virginia. She began her insurance career in 1998 at Winged Keel Group in New York, NY. In 2004, she left her position there as Manager of Implementation and Client Relations for institutional disability and life insurance plans and joined Financial Architects Partners' Boston office.

While Director of New Business at FAP, Brigette developed a comprehensive suite of systems to accelerate and differentiate our underwriting process. These tools promote training and efficiency, allowing us to seamlessly scale the department to accommodate increased demand. Furthermore, they are flexible and can be easily adapted to incorporate improvements.

Brigette created the Business Administration Department in 2007, hiring and training a team of administrative professionals to support our executives and our office operations. Now known as Sales and Marketing Operations, the department is unique in the industry, both for its size and the scope of its responsibilities. This team drives our unparalleled reporting and marketing analysis via deliberate, consistent document retention and data organization procedures.

Brigette holds life and health insurance licenses, as well as Series 6 Investment Company Products / Variable Contracts Limited Representative and Series 63 NASAA Uniform Securities Agent State Law licenses. She maintains Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU), Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS), and Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC) designations and is a Fellow of the Academy of Life Underwriting (FALU).

You may not know that Brigette was voted "friendliest" in her high school graduating class.


Bachelor of Arts in History, University of Virginia


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