Our Team

Todd Piersol

Executive Vice President

Todd Piersol relocated to Brown & Brown of Detroit in early 2013 to work as Profit Center Leader here. He has worked for Brown & Brown since 2006, when he got his start in the industry as a Commercial Insurance Producer. He has also led offices in Melbourne and Tallahassee, Florida. As Profit Center Leader, Todd provides experienced leadership to the staff of our large office. He manages operations, workforce development, regional growth, and overall strategy. In addition, he provides excellent support and service to clients.

Prior to joining Brown & Brown Insurance, Todd was employed by PGA Tour and The First Tee. He worked as a network analyst for both organizations. Todd is a graduate of the University of North Florida, where he earned a bachelor degree in finance, followed by his MBA. He is licensed in Michigan for property and casualty insurance. He is an alumnus of Leadership Detroit Class XXXV and is also a board member of The First Tee of Greater Detroit.

Todd specializes in commercial insurance, specifically in the areas of risk management, workers compensation, and executive liability. His favorite part of the job is interacting with entrepreneurs and business owners to become familiar with their stories and understand how they develop their business. Todd feels that Brown & Brown of Detroit stands out from our competition because we are the only insurance intermediaries that combine a truly decentralized local service model with national resources and capabilities. He also finds time to serve on the corporate Brown & Brown Leadership Council and he has won several Tangle B awards.

Todd is actively involved in metro Detroit community organizations. He is a big supporter of The First Tee of Greater Detroit and Junior Achievement. He is a Florida transplant that loves living in the Detroit area, currently residing in Bloomfield Hills. Todd and his wife Miranda enjoy renovating houses. He also played baseball for the University of North Florida and competed in the Division II College World Series.