Noeleen is the health insurance champion in Sheridan Insurances. She is a Chartered Insurer and a member of the Insurance Institute of Ireland. She manages the day to day running of Health Insurance in Sheridan Insurances specifically group schemes, new business acquisition, renewals, and general queries. She brings many years of experience to the Sheridan Insurances team.
She started her career in Hibernian Insurance and culminated her ten-year career in Hibernian as an assistant superintendent. She relocated to Cavan and worked with companies such as Allied Irish Banks and Aviva. Noeleen became a branch manager for Aviva and successfully developed the Monaghan Branch into one of the top three branches in Ireland.
Noeleen joined Sheridan Insurances as a General Insurance Broker in 2012. Her day-to-day responsibilities included managing Home, Motor, Farm & Commercial Business Insurance queries. In 2015, She was promoted to lead the health insurance division of Sheridan Insurances. As a Health Insurance Broker, Noeleen has a very personal relationship with clients. She actively searches the market to find a suitable plan to suit the client’s individual health needs at inception and renewal. She explains in detail the cover and benefits available such as hospital and day to day cover, waiting periods for new or pre-existing conditions and so much more.
We asked Noeleen what one piece of advice she would pass on or share with others? She quoted
“Fail to prepare, prepare to fail”.
We think her answer tells a lot about Noeleen’s character and why she is the Sheridan Insurances health insurance champion. If you asked Noeleen why people should bother with private health insurance she will tell you that it’s the greatest investment you can ever make. You are investing in you and your family’s health and protecting their future.
In her spare time, Noeleen loves to bake, walk, and spend time with her family. She is a dedicated mother and is spotted regularly at Irish music festivals. She has a keen interest in her heritage and is involved in Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann. A society dedicated to the promotion of the music, song, dance, and the language of Ireland.