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Three high-performing, young producers thought they had a pretty good gig at a venture capital-backed online broker—until the company decided to move. They could go with the firm to Austin, Texas and keep their jobs, but if they wanted to stay in Massachusetts, they needed a Plan B.
When Rachael Rizzi, 39, first started her insurance career, she was not only one of the only woman producers—she was also “pretty young.” But after over a decade in the business, Rizzi went on to start her own agency in 2014.