About Alan Rasof

Alan Rasof, originally from Chicago, Illinois, now lives in Hallandale, Florida, where he is the manager of an insurance agency called Amigo, MGA. Throughout the years, Alan has been noted for his expertise when it comes to management and communication – he has helped friends, colleagues, and employees reach their business goals.

Growing up with three brothers, Alan was always involved in sports. He loved watching Chicago sports teams like the Bulls, Bears, and White Sox – three teams he continues to support to this day. Alan attended DePaul University in Chicago where he earned a Bachelors Degree in Accounting.  He later went on to receive a license as an insurance agent and for insurance consulting and managing.

Alan Rasof always had the drive to reach success and help others better their own futures. He enjoys working with members of the middle class in the automobile industry, where he has taken opportunities presented to him and has capitalized on them.

In addition, Alan Rasof supports nonprofit organizations like March of Dimes and the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, two philanthropies that have affected his family. Alan lost his mother to breast cancer and is fully supportive of the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, that hosts fundraising events like marathons and walk-a-thons throughout the country.  Alan has a daughter, Lauren, and a grandson, Elijah, who was diagnosed with cerebral palsy from a young age. Elijah is a blessing to Alan, showing him resilience, humbleness, and grace at astonishing levels. Alan spends as much time as he can helping Elijah through therapy and raising awareness for cerebral palsy.

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