Keith M. Eig, CLU, CLTC began his insurance career in 1989 with Phoenix Home Life in the Washington, DC office. He was named General Agents and Managers Association's (GAMA) "Rookie of the Year" in 1989 and was a regular member of the Phoenix Home Life President's Council. In 1990, he was a featured speaker at the District of Columbia Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors' (DCAIFA) New Agents Seminar. After completing his GAMA coursework, he spent three years as a sales manager with Phoenix before returning to personal production.
In 1998, Keith began his affiliation with the M Financial Group. This relationship has provided his clients with the finest resources and products in the insurance industry. In 2003, Keith became a partner in Greenberg, Wexler & Eig, LLC. Keith specializes in individual insurance planning, long term care, and serves as the firm's Managing Partner.
Keith has been active in the insurance industry and has been a member of NAIFA-GW since 1990. He served as President in 2005-2006. During his term, he merged his group with the group from Suburban Maryland to form one of the largest chapters in the country. He also won the prestigious Jack E. Bobo Award of Excellence, for operating in a way that provides members with valuable member benefits and political advocacy. In 2009, Keith was the 62nd recipient of the Bernard L. Wilner Award, an honor given by the Greater Washington Foundation of Insurance and Financial Advisors in recognition of high standards of conduct and service to the community.
Keith is the past President of GWFIFA, an industry foundation that raises money for local youth charities. He has chaired the annual golf tournament for 9 years and has helped raise over $300,000. Currently, Keith serves on the board of The Washington Home & Community Hospices; a foundation that serves elderly, chronically and terminally ill people and supports their family and friends. He has also served on the Board of Governors of Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, MD and in the past, chairman of the golf committee.
Keith graduated from Boston University in 1974 with a degree in management and finance. He received his CLU designation from the American College in 1997 and his CLTC designation in 2011. Keith has four children, six grandchildren and lives in Potomac, MD with his wife, Andra. In his spare time, he enjoys golf, fishing, traveling and the Washington Capitals.