Troy McQuagge has been very successful as the Chief Executive Officer of USHEALTH Group, Inc. This success was acknowledged by One Planet Awards when in January 2017, they named him the Gold Winner as CEO of the Year. The CEO Of the Year award they hand out involves a competition against other CEO’s around the world from every industry and every size company. Winning this award speaks to how Troy McQuagge effectively handles his team at USHEALTH Group and how he works towards fulfilling the goals of his organization.
In 2010, Troy McQuagge joined USHEALTH Group. He was brought in because their captive distribution agency, USHEALTH Advisors, had at that time years of unsatisfactory production. As someone that has been successful in the insurance industry for years, McQuagge was able to identify the problems in this subsidiary and get it turned around to once again being an effective part of the company. After this success, he was named CEO and President of USHEALTH Group and also now sits on the Board of Directors.
When giving his speech for winning the CEO of the Year award, Troy McQuagge gave a lot of credit to his team at USHEALTH Group. He said it was their dedication and experience at providing customizable, affordable, health care plans that drove growth at the company and enabled him to win the award. He thanked all of his staff for their contributions.
Before becoming an executive at USHEALTH Group, Troy McQuagge has also worked as an insurance agent at Allstate Insurance Company. He was also with HealthMarket for several years, serving as their President of the Agency Marketing Group. He has a lot of experience coaching and developing insurance agents which was why he was hired by USHEALTH Group. He graduated from the University of Central Florida in 1982 with a Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies.
Troy McQuagge believes in giving back. He has volunteered his time and expertise for a number of nonprofits including the Semper Fi Fund, HopeKids Phoenix, and HopeKids Dallas. HopeKids serves the needs of children who are suffering from life-threatening diseases.