The Hatcher Agency
The Hatcher Agency was started Sept. 1, 1990, by then-28-year-old Greg Hatcher. The Hatcher Agency has been the state’s top producing employee benefits agency in Arkansas for 29 consecutive years and has grown to the point where it is the largest organically grown employee benefits agency in the country.
The Hatcher Agency shops the market and finds the best price and benefit package for its clients while delivering outrageous service with a personalized touch. The Hatcher Agency has numerous exclusive products and services it provides to better serve its clients.
13 years at The Hatcher Agency
Jenni Gatlin was born and raised in Little Rock and graduated from Mount St. Mary Academy. She attended the University of Memphis and received a degree in early childhood education.
She started with The Hatcher Agency in 2006 and loves The Hatcher Agency concept of “outrageous service.” Gatlin has been an account executive and leader of her team for 13 years.
She enjoys working out, gardening and singing as a background vocalist. She is also very proud of her big family of six children and six grandchildren.
11 years at The Hatcher Agency
Erin Moore was born in Jonesboro. As a lead account executive, she and her team strive to provide “outrageous service” for all of their groups, whether large or small. Helping a group build an excellent and sustainable benefits program for their employees is the main objective of her team.
Moore has three children ranging in ages from 4 months to 8 years old. In her free time she loves being outside with her husband and children, and she also enjoys an impromptu dance party. She has lived in Little Rock for more than 10 years and resides with her family in west Little Rock.
21 years at The Hatcher Agency
Robert Ellis was born and raised in Little Rock.
Ellis specializes in recruiting new business and setting up comprehensive corporate benefit programs. His favorite part of his job is providing “outrageous service” for all of his clients.
Ellis enjoys hunting, competitive golf and anything cooked on the grill or barbecue smoker. He has been married to his wife Meredith for six years and has a daughter Sage, 5, and a son Payne, 1. As a family, they love traveling and spending time at the beach, as well as keeping up with all of the kids’ activities.
21 years at The Hatcher Agency
Wendy was born in San Antonio, Texas, on a Military base. She graduated from the University of Central Arkansas and has lived in Little Rock for the last 25 years.
She started working at The Hatcher Agency in 1998 after being referred by a former employee and friend.
She is married and has three stepsons. In her free time she enjoys playing tennis, working out and being outside.
Her favorite part of her job is building the wonderful relationships she has built with her clients and being able to help them.
22 years at The Hatcher Agency
Dottie Highfill grew up in the small town of Pocahontas and began working for The Hatcher Agency in 1997. She attended Colorado College where she was on the tennis team. She spent a semester in Spain with Southern Methodist University, then finished her degree at the University of Central Arkansas with a major in economics.
As a lead account executive, Highfill enjoys working with her team to provide the best service and strategies for clients.
She competes in USTA team tennis for fun, along with playing handbells at St. Paul United Methodist Church and hiking and traveling with her husband Wes and three children Bennett, Clara and Caden.
CEO and Founder, 1990
Greg Hatcher has been a trailblazer and entrepreneur in the insurance business. After starting the company in 1990 with just one employee, he has built the agency into the largest organically grown employee benefits agency in the nation. Focusing on “outrageous service” and being involved in the community have been staples of his success.
In addition to starting The Hatcher Agency, he also started the Arkansas Wrestling Association, the Mighty Bluebirds Sports Organization and seven other companies. Hatcher has received numerous honors and awards including Arkansas Philanthropist of the Year and induction into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and the Alma College Sports Hall of Fame.
He and his wife Lee have five children: Kelsey, 29, Haley, 25, Larkin, 25, Layne, 20, and Mattie, 18. They attend Trinity Presbyterian Church.
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