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Mrs. Jones was born and brought up in Bristol. She attended John J Jennings Elementary School, Memorial Boulevard Intermediate and Eastern High School (Class of 1984). At her early ages, she featured in Towne Elementary School and US Kids TV that captured the audience of Channel 4 NBC and the local newspapers. At school, she served as a freshman class President after which she got the post of vice president of the Future Business Leaders of America & Distributive Education Clubs of America. The person I interviewed is Mrs. Jones who happens to be my mother. Mrs. Jones is the current Vice President of United American Insurance Company (UA), based in McKinney, Texas, provides supplemental life, health, and accident coverage. The Insurance Company was founded in 1947.  She has worked in the insurance industry for more than twenty-five years at various  senior  claim  positions  with  Aetna  Life  &  Casualty  and  The  Hartford Insurance Group.
Throughout her career, Mrs. Jones has gained broad experience in claims, organizational transition and vendor and litigation management. She holds a designation of Senior Claim Law Associate and an All Lines Claim Adjuster License in Florida and North Carolina.  Additionally, she is a forefront member of the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance and serves on the Workers Compensation Committee, International Association of Rehabilitation Professionals in the Private Sector, Maryland Self-Insurers’ & Employers’ Compensation Association, and Virginia Self-Insurers Association, Inc. In 2007, Mrs. Jones served as featured Panelists from the Exam Room to Court Room. Mid 2007 she launched an Anti-Violence Campaign through the partnership of Aetna Life & Casualty, London. Mrs. Jones is a single parent of two twin boys. Her favorite quote is “Never tell people how to do things but tell them what you want them to achieve and they will surprise you with their ingenuity.” General George S Patton. And she believes in a life philosophy that says “Treat others the way you want to be treated.” She further states that “when you earn Self-respect through your own achievements you own it. No one can take it away”. Mrs. Jones is proud of her family and work that makes her enjoys life to the fullest.
In my interview, I did not realize what Mrs. Jones (my mother), does to succeed in the world today. She gives me a strong urge to be successful in life. While interviewing her, she basically told me that one has to work hard to be successful success in life. She further said “the real world is hard and it never gets easy, unless you do something about it”. Having someone that one can look up to, and direct you into the right path to succeed is an awesome thing. I look up to my mother because she is a good role model and she is pretty successful. I learned a lot of new things that I did not know about her, that are pretty cool. She has accomplished so many things in her life, and continues to do great things.