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Alan Meltzer, Founder & CEO, The Meltzer Group
Alan Meltzer founded The Meltzer Group in 1982 as a single insurance agent. He has since grown the company to one with over 100 dedicated employees across five divisions. Alan's strong core values and unparalleled work ethic were the driving forces behind The Meltzer Group's exponential growth - and remain today as cornerstones of the company's ethos.

Alan has earned MassMutual's highest honor, Agent of the Year, an unprecedented 18 times in his career. He attributes his success to focusing all of his energy on serving his clients. Since 1982, Alan has built The Meltzer Group around his clients' needs - a decision that has continuously earned him the highest awards and accolades in the industry. He has been named to the Million Dollar Round Table every year since 1978, and Top of the Table every year since 1980, an annual accomplishment that places him in the top 1% of agents nationwide. Alan was inducted into the Washington Business Hall of Fame in 2011, the same year The Gazette newspapers named him one of the "25 CEOs You Need to Know."

Alan is equally as dedicated to serving his community. As one of the top corporate philanthropists in the Washington metropolitan area, Alan has served on the Board of Directors for numerous organizations, including Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Wolf Trap Foundation, For Love of Children, United Jewish Endowment Fund, Junior Achievement, K. Neal International Trucks, Jewish Federation Executive Committee and the Washington Hospital Center Foundation.

As an alumnus of American University, former three-time captain of the wrestling team, and member of Alpha Tau Omega, Alan continues to lend much support today to the AU athletics program and Kogod School of Business. He serves on the Alumni Affairs Committee, Athletics Committee, Audit Committee, and Finance and Investment Committee. In 2006 he was awarded the Cyrus Ansary Medal, which is bestowed upon a member of the American University community who has demonstra