About Us


The East Bay Independent Insurance Agents Association (EBIIAA) is the DBA name under the Independent Insurance Agents Association of Contra Costa County (IIAACCC).  The  Association was founded in 1921 and incorporated on May 17, 1978.
EBIIAA/IIAACCC is a long-time respected organization that serves the interest of local Independent Insurance Agents, Brokers, Companies and Affiliates.
The EBIIAA dba name was added in 2011 after the Oakland, Southern Alameda Associations dissolved to be more inclusive and encourage those members to be a part of EBIIAA. 

Executive Board Members

Nico Veran

 

President

M A Hays Co. Insurance Brokers
[email protected]
510-235-0353 ext 119 

 Joe Weber

 

Vice-President

Oakley Insurance Agency, Inc.
[email protected]
925-625-8400 Ext 101

Jennifer Amador

 

Treasurer

Diablo Valley Insurance
[email protected]
925-210-1717 ext 103

Jackie Tufo

 

Past President

McDermott Costa Insurance Brokers
[email protected]
510-351-7460

JayMarie Garcia  

 

 Executive Administrator
Secretary

Diablo Valley Insurance
[email protected]
925-586-9132

Directors

Denia Shields

[email protected]

Lou Aggetta Insurance 
Affiliated Insurance Brokers
925-945-6161

Dave Kaufman

[email protected]

Lou Aggetta Insurance 
Affiliated Insurance Brokers
925-945-6161

Bonnie Lee

[email protected]

State Compensation Insurance Fund
925-353-0559

Dale Manning

[email protected]

Twin Rivers Insurance Agency
925-628-4670

Allen F Shiu

[email protected]

CK Specialty Insurance Associates, Inc.
415-999-0207

Tamara Adams

[email protected]

Safeco Insurance
Cell: 925-381-5220

Jerry Laurita

[email protected]

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Sal Contreras

[email protected]

Mike's Auto Body
925-250-8482

Cathie Speakman

[email protected]

CHUBB Insurance 

Membership Benefits

Share information that improves operations and sales.
• Develop long-lasting business and personal relationships.
• Provides Continued Education and staff development.
• Active in the local communities; giving back to those organizations that help those that cannot always help themselves.
• Subscribe to a common code of Ethics and Business Practices that separate us from the captive agents and direct writers.
• Communicate Best Practices that make Independent Agencies better than the competition.
• Promote the Independent Agency Channel as a dominant and effective distribution channel for our clients and companies.
• Find and share opportunities; company appointments, employees, and business referrals.
• Highlight, discuss and actively stay abreast to political and legal information that affects agencies.  

Membership includes all employees in your organization.

EBIIAA does not require members to also be a member of IIABCal, the State Association.

EBIIAA and IIABCal are supportive of each other in their efforts to enhance and promote the Independent Agent/Broker, Companies and Affiliates experience