Erin-Vangeli

Erin Vangeli, ACSR

Commercial Account Associate

evangeli@mackoul.com
(516) 279-1229

Erin Vangeli began her career at Mackoul in 2015 in the Personal Lines Department and within the last year moved to the Commercial side. She obtained her Property & Casualty License in 2016. Erin previously worked in the banking industry for 10 years before starting in the insurance world. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, hanging at the beach and spending time with her family.

Erin lives on Long Island with her husband and son, Luke.

 

What Our Clients Are Saying About Erin

“Everything….always replying to emailed questions…,.generally totally on the ball. Thank you, especially Erin.”

Customer since 2013

 

Get To Know Erin

What gets you fired up about coming to work?
The relationships I’ve made with my coworkers. We are one big happy family and have all experienced so many life changing milestones together.

Why did you go into Insurance? What do you enjoy most?
Originally when I started my insurance career, it was because I wanted to leave the banking industry. Now I’ve found that insurance is completely different from what I thought it was and there’s so much more involved. It’s actually really interesting.

What’s your favorite song on your playlist? Why?
Tenerife Sea by Ed Sheehan. This was my wedding song so every time I hear it, I instantly get brought back to dancing with my husband.

Who would you like to meet and why?
My Grandpa. I’ve heard so many amazing stories about him. He was an extremely hard worker and started a printing business out of the garage, I like to think I inherited some of his work ethic.

What character trait do you most admire?
Compassion

What is the best advice you have ever been given?
My Nan told me that as long as I tried by hardest, it didn’t matter the outcome. I’ve always applied this in every aspect of my life.

What is the one thing you cannot do without?
As horrible as this is, my PHONE! I’d be lost.

What’s your favorite travel spot?
Anywhere in California!

If you had to eat one meal, every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Spaghetti & Meatballs or any kind of pasta.