Before joining American Income Life Insurance Company (AIL) in 2009, Syed Quadri was a student majoring in education and the theater arts and worked fulltime as a personal banker for JP Morgan Chase. But once he realized what he could potentially accomplish with AIL, the move to American Income Life was a natural progression.
Syed has no doubt he made the right choice. “Easy access to leads and potential income enticed me to Join the Company,” he says, “but helping others attain financial levels they never thought possible has been the most rewarding.”
Syed is tremendously proud of his accomplishments with American Income Life. “I am one of the youngest Business Owners,” he says, “was the number 7 Master General Agent for multiple years, facilitated 10 MGA promotions in 10 years, and helped build our presence in New York to where it is today.”
“AIL products help people by educating them and showing them what they need if tragedy or illness strikes,” emphasizes Syed, “and we are adding several positions in the coming months in the city of Philadelphia. These jobs can offer you an exciting future and advancement. Individuals can quickly move up the career ladder and potentially change their financial lives.”
What advice does Syed have for someone considering a career move to American Income Life? “The key to success in this business is to never quit. If times get tough, you get tougher. If I could start over with American Income Life, ‘don’t quit’ would be my philosophy.”
In his free time, Syed still enjoys theater arts. “I’m a big movie buff. I use to act when I was in college, and I also write poetry. I’m really just a family man, spending time with my wife and new baby.”
Syed is a kidney donor and is active with the National Kidney Foundation. “Taking care of the elderly is also important to me,” he emphasizes. “We are big on food drives too. We donate food to local shelters during Thanksgiving and hold a ‘Toys for Tots’ drive for the holidays. We also will work with ‘Habitat for Humanity’ to help build homes for the poor.”