NAAIA National Announces D’Jenique “Deej” Inge as Senior Manager, Marketing Communications

Precious Norman Walton joins as Agent Engagement Project Manager

Washington, DC – The National African American Insurance Association (NAAIA) announced today the appointment of D’Jenique “Deej” Inge as its Senior Manager, Marketing Communications.

With a passion for community empowerment, Inge is the Founder and Creative Director of *MANIFEST, a platform dedicated to providing a safe space for those often misunderstood by society. Since 2019, Inge and his organization have tirelessly worked to bridge the gap between the community and philanthropy, as showcased by their annual Feed The Streets Thanksgiving Drive. Inge’s dedication to community was acknowledged in 2022 when he received the prestigious Black Alumni of the Year award from Coastal Carolina University’s Black Alumni Council, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science concentrated in global relations.

Previously, Inge held roles as a senior business development representative, social media manager, and political field organizer. Inge is poised to bring his creativity, expertise, and commitment to excellence to NAAIA.

As the Senior Manager, Marketing Communications, Inge will play a pivotal role in directing NAAIA’s voice, look and feel to our members and the insurance public, managing social media, brand development, and marketing asset creation. Inge will also derive insights from membership data to better inform NAAIA’s work and will support national and regional programs through dedicated campaigns.

Additionally, NAAIA announced the appointment of Precious Norman Walton as its Agent Engagement Project Manager. With a distinguished background in leadership and service, including her role as former president of the Dallas CPCU Chapter and member of the CPCU Society Leadership Council, Walton is the Agency Principal of Lovejoy Risk Management Corp, which provides risk management and commercial insurance solutions for trucking and transportation professionals.
In this role, Walton will assume responsibility for planning and executing NAAIA’s agent roundtable series and pre-conference agent engagement summit, and further NAAIA’s value proposition and offerings to the Black agent community.

“I am delighted to extend a warm welcome to Deej and Precious as they join our team and expand our capabilities in delivering the high quality experiences NAAIA is known for,” said Omari Jahi Aarons, NAAIA National Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer. “Deej’s exceptional interpersonal skills and Precious’ strong engagement capabilities will undoubtedly add tremendous value to NAAIA. I am eager to witness the positive impact they will make as we collaborate with our members and partners.”


The National African American Insurance Association (NAAIA) was organized to create a network among people of color and others employed in or affiliated with the insurance industry. The association currently has 1,800 members and 23 chapters, with others in development, throughout the nation and its members represent every sector of the industry. NAAIA’s focus is the professional development and personal empowerment of its members, and to serve as a gateway to diverse talent at every level of the industry. Visit to learn more.


May 24 2023


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