Rob Wild has a passion for serving his clients and his community.
When Wild came to the United States in 2013 to work in a summer camp for children with disabilities, he never imagined he would be an insurance agent in Kansas nearly a decade later. Meeting his now-wife Sarah at that camp changed his plans. Growing up in the United Kingdom, Wild had no experience with the American insurance industry. However, Wild’s father-in-law was an American Family agent and Wild decided to give it a try. His passion for building relationships and helping others led him to a fulfilling career protecting families in his community.
As a multi-line insurance agent, Wild works with a variety of people across the country and no client is ever the same. He tailors each client’s plan to their unique needs and connects with them on a personal level. “People work with those that they know, like, and trust,” says Wild, and he strives to be that person for each person who walks through his door.
The most fulfilling part of his job, Wild says, is being able to provide protection that his clients need but don’t have yet. He takes the time to sit down with his clients and explain their options, helping each make the right choices for their situation.
Wild found NAIFA through two of his colleagues: Brad Noller, loyal NAIFA member since 2007, and Vicki Myers, LUTCF, loyal NAIFA member since 1997. They encouraged him to get involved and build relationships within NAIFA. “I believe in broadening your horizons,” says Wild. “You have to know what else is out there. If I can't help somebody, I can send them to somebody who can.” Wild is now working on broadening his horizons at the American College, studying to become a Financial Services Certified Professional (FSCP).
When he’s not working, Wild volunteers with the Big Brothers and Sisters of Riley County, helping mentor youths facing adversity. He’s also a member of the Manhattan Konza Rotary Club and Hype, an organization for young professionals in Manhattan, KS. Wild loves skiing, hiking, and spending time with his wife and their two sons, aged 3 years and 6 months.
Thank you, Rob, for your hard work and dedication. We look forward to a bright future in the association for you and are #NAIFAproud to call you one of our own.