Joined 13 years ago from Winston-Salem, NC
Jacob Dahlin is a Commercial Insurance & Risk Management Specialist with G.W. Mountcastle Insurance Agency in Winston-Salem, NC. Jacob is a graduate of East Tennessee State University with a BSEH degree in Environmental Health with a concentration in Occupational Safety & Health. He has spent 6 years working in safety and environmental management with Lexington Furniture Industries, Carolina Steel Corporation and Oakwood Homes Corporation. In 2004 he joined iSurity, Inc. managing their Risk Management Department. In 2009, Jacob joined Mountcastle Insurance to initiate the agency's growth focus in the Piedmont Triad with a branch location in Winston-Salem, NC. Jacob specializes in workers compensation programs for the social services, manufacturing, forest products and senior living services. He lives with his wife Lori and his two children Elin 8 and Erik 5 in Winston-Salem, NC. Jacob is a native of Leksand, Sweden.
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