Liberty Introduces Rick Donatini as Vice President, Employee Benefits 


GAINESVILLE, FLA. – January 17, 2024 —The Liberty Company Insurance Brokers (Liberty) is proud to announce that Rick Donatini has joined the firm as Vice President, Employee Benefits.   

With a robust career spanning back to 1990, Donatini is a seasoned benefits professional with a wealth of experience. Throughout his tenure in the benefits industry, he has demonstrated his leadership prowess in prominent roles within healthcare organizations and some of the nation’s largest brokerage firms. Donatini’s journey has been marked by valuable collaborations with industry luminaries, contributing to his extensive knowledge and expertise. Having traversed both the wholesale and retail aspects of the business, he brings a unique and multifaceted perspective to the organization.   

When asked about the opportunity to join Liberty, Donatini said, “While doing due diligence searching for the perfect new home, I was excited to meet the people who represent The Liberty Company! Our alignment on company culture and core values was evident, making it clear that we share a commitment to being a client-first firm. In the insurance brokerage space, they stand out as a refreshing breath of fresh air.”   

About The Liberty Company Insurance Brokers  

The Liberty Company Insurance Brokers is among America’s fastest-growing privately-held insurance brokerages. Liberty provides entrepreneurial producers and agency leaders a unique platform to serve clients and create equity in a strong and welcoming culture built upon its core values of Integrity, Excellence, Caring, Kindness, Fairness, Teamwork, Good Feelings, and Fun. To learn more about Liberty, visit   

Media Contact:  

Carli Humphries  

Sr. Corporate Communications Manager  


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