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President of Prudential Individual Life Insurance,
Salene Hitchcock-Gear is president of Prudential Individual Life Insurance, which includes Prudential Advisors. Prudential's Individual Life Insurance business focuses on offering competitive solutions to meet the needs of consumers through the manufacturing and distribution of a diverse portfolio of life insurance products. Individual Life Insurance and Prudential Advisors are business units of Prudential Financial, Inc.
Prior to her current role as president of Prudential Individual Life Insurance, Hitchcock-Gear was president of Prudential Advisors, which is Prudential's national sales organization comprising more than 3,000 financial professionals, advisers and fee-based financial planners who offer clients a broad range of financial solutions.
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