Take 5: Mallory Weaver

Mallory Weaver, Collections Supervisor

Mallory has held many positions at LCI since her start date in 2011.  She’s gone from Receptionist, to payments, Cancellation Dept., to Collections Supervisor. As Collections Supervisor and a part of the Finance Dept., she manages all of our In-House Collections Department and works hand-in-hand with our Collection Agencies while taking payments and doing projects as needed. 

She attended Fontainebleau High School and LSU thereafter. She loves working at LCI because of our company culture, family friendliness, and knowing that she is an integral part of the company. She truly enjoys customer service and our key ideals of a kinder, gentler insurance company. When she’s not at work, she enjoys spending time outdoors, usually camping or taking a day trip down a river on her pirogue or a kayak.  You can also find her at music shows, movies, and enjoying time with her family.

Where did you grow up? What was the best part about growing up there?

I grew up moving all around the country. I was born in Westerville, OH and then we moved to Boone, NC, Tucson, AZ, San Diego, CA, and finally ended up in Mandeville, LA! The best part about moving so often and traveling a ton when I was younger was seeing and learning about so many different people and cultures.

What do you enjoy most about your job?

The part I most enjoy about my job is getting to interact with so many different people. In my line of work you hear a lot of stories and you learn a lot about people and what makes them tick. I feel proud that LCI is able to work with members regarding audit balances. We take payment seriously, however, we are still able to help a lot of people along the way. 

What is the last book you read?

The book I’m currently reading is I’ll Be Gone In The Dark – One Woman’s Obsessive Search for the Golden State Killer. I really enjoy True Crime, and I always take into account that I am reading about someone else’s tragedy.  Michelle McNamara fully takes this into account and focuses on the victims. She was an excellent writer; she died before being able to finish writing the book. But her husband Patton Oswalt pushed to get the book into the world, and it is a true treasure. 

What is your favorite outdoor activity?

My favorite things to do outside are kayak, camp, and play/watch sports! I love a good weekend in the wilderness, and I especially love our local state parks. Bogue Chitto State Park is one of my favorite destinations for these camping expeditions!   

Do you have any hobbies?

I really enjoy tabletop board games like Dungeons & Dragons, Scrabble, Drinks & Daggers, Cards Against Humanity, and the like although my time playing these games has significantly slowed down with COVID. I also enjoy caring for my over 200 plants, mostly house plants, succulents, and cactus, eating at new or unique restaurants, reading, going to comedy and music shows, and crafting all sorts of things.  

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