Meet Hannah Robson
Campus Recreation alumni take their experiences across the world and into a variety of fields. We talked with Hannah Robson who started with Campus Rec as a Customer Service Representative and eventually worked her way up to a Student Director. Today, Hannah works at Ryan-Turner Specialty as an Underwriter.
Program Area: Fitness Facility Operations
Education: Florida State University | Risk Management and Insurance, Class of 2019
Job: Assistant Underwriter, Ryan-Turner Specialty
Current City: Tampa, FL
I currently work in small market commercial insurance for a wholesale broker. We get the business from the agents and place it with carriers. A typical day for me is receiving submissions from agents, binding placed coverage, and servicing the accounts with whatever they need.
How did you get your start in Campus Recreation?
I started as a Customer Service Representative in January 2017 and eventually worked my way up to being a Student Director for a year before graduating. I had a few friends who work for Campus Recreation at the time I applied and encouraged me to look into working there when I was looking for a job that would still allow school to be the priority.
How did your time at Campus Rec contribute to your life and/or career goals?
My time at Campus Recreation contributed to my current life in so many ways. One huge way it impacted me and still does everyday is the professionalism it taught me. As a student director I would often have to email patrons who were older than me, like professors or alumni to help deal with their membership issues and it really built my confidence while also teaching me email etiquette. It also really helped with problem solving and teaching me to think outside of the box when problems occurred.
What is your favorite memory from your time at Campus Rec?
My favorite memory was the supervisor retreat. It was so fun getting to go away with everyone for a little bit and getting to spend time relaxing on the beach. Everyone got closer and I think developed a better team mentality after that.
What advice would you give yourself in college?
To go out on campus and do more. I lived in a dorm and then my sorority house so I was living on campus for two years, and sometimes I feel like there’s so much I didn’t do. FSU offers so much for their students and I wish I had taken more advantage of it.
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