Camille Scott, Owner & Level 3 Insurance Broker
BROKER SINCE 2009
TEAM MEMBER SINCE 2009
Camille Scott is the owner and operator of Crossfield Agencies. She started her career with Crossfield Agencies in 2009 by working for the previous owner, Hal Koop. In 2011 Camille purchased the business and also received her Canadian Accredited Insurance Broker (CAIB) designation. Prior to this, she had a background in insurance by selling livestock insurance at bull sales as well as attended Colorado State University where she received her Degree in Animal Science. Camille and her husband Jonathan along with 2 kids, Shelby and Bow, have a purebred Angus operation called Scott Stock Farm where they market around 80 bulls per year. Camille’s background in agriculture has allowed her to assist her farm insurance clients with ease and her background in business helps her understand her clients business insurance needs. She loves to catch up with her loyal long term clients because often her clients become friends but she also enjoys meeting new clients to learn about their operations to find them the best insurance solutions.
Michelle Marko, Sr Farm & Commercial, Sales & Development, Level 2 Insurance Broker
BROKER SINCE 2002
TEAM MEMBER SINCE 2020
Michelle has been in the insurance industry for over 20 years, and is passionate about helping clientele with their insurance needs. She specializes in Farm & Commercial insurance and has dedicated a lot of her career to learning as much as possible to help with the needs of these businesses. Michelle lives in Carstairs with her husband and 2 children.
Cassie Dorran, Livestock Insurance, Level 1 Insurance Broker
BROKER SINCE 2014
TEAM MEMBER SINCE 2021
Cassie began selling livestock insurance in 2014 as a way to attend sales with her husband, an auctioneer. With a strong passion for education, it become first-nature for Cassie to assist her livestock clients in choosing the best policy for their needs. Originally from the United States, Cassie attended Oklahoma State University majoring in animal science and agricultural communications. Her time on the livestock and meats judging teams as well as through the junior national Hereford, sheep and swine programs, nurtured her respect for the livestock industry. Cassie resides on a commercial cattle farm outside of Didsbury with her husband, Ryan, and two sons.