Sarah Perryman Hired as Consultative Associate at Henderson Brothers

Posted January 6, 2015 Company News

Sarah Perryman New Hire


PITTSBURGH, JANUARY 6, 2015 Sarah Perryman was hired as a consultative associate at Henderson Brothers Inc, working in the Consultative department.

Prior to joining Henderson Brothers, Perryman served a series of internships in copywriting, news writing and public relations.

Perryman earned her Bachelor of Arts from Clemson University, with a double major in English and Modern Languages. She also holds a Master of Arts in Multimedia Journalism from the University of Kent in the United Kingdom.

Perryman is a native of Pittsburgh.



About Henderson Brothers, Inc.

Celebrating its 120th year in 2013, Henderson Brothers serves the needs of all types of regional businesses, including design of custom benefit packages, succession planning, strategic planning, worker’s compensation, property, casualty, professional liability, captive management, loss control, claims management and more. Since its founding in 1893, the company has diversified into virtually all areas of insurance and risk management, employee benefits, and all lines of commercial, property and casualty insurance. Today the company employs some 120 people, offering insurance and services through nearly 100 of the nation’s largest and most respected insurance companies, to clients in Pennsylvania and nationwide. With the ever-changing face of healthcare in the nation and the region, Henderson Brothers provides the highest level of expertise to its customers who need to navigate the new reality of this important issue. For more information, visit


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