A native of St. Louis Missouri “The Show me State”, Trinita Bell attended the hometown college Harris Stowe University. While in college Trinita found a love for people and their well being which lead her into a career of Insurance.
Trinita began her insurance career at an entry level position in 1998 working at a Call Center for Safeco Insurance Company. This small endeavor led her to eventually becoming a claims adjuster with Horace Mann Insurance Company until 2003. During a small break from working in order to be home for her children the love of service and educating never disconnected itself from the forefront of her mind.
Trinita then decided it was time to get back to her career goals and knew just where to start. In 2005 Trinita was licensed in Property and casualty as a producer with Allstate Insurance and quickly found her footing. At this point Trinita knew she was doing exactly what she loved and there was no turning back. She became an insurance broker in 2007 and took on various roles such as supervising additional agents and administrative assistants within the office. In February of 2015 after successfully equipping herself in business training courses and counseling she embarked on a new journey birthing TwoGil Insurance Agency.
While building a successful agency Trinita spends most of her spare time with her husband Mr. Johnnie Bell and their five wonderful children. Trinita is very civic minded, she’s an active leader in her church, and loves her community. She donates time with seniors encouraging them to have a little fun, be active as well as educating them on resources that can help them live a more enjoyable lifestyle. Trinita has recently taken a hands on approach working with Real Men Wear Pink, a non-profit organization that raises money for area women who are currently battling cancer. Trinita’s motto is to work the policy as if it’s your own and you will never go wrong!
We are strategically located in St. Louis area with ability to service clients based in the Metropolitan as well as county areas.