Richmond, VA — December 21, 2022 — The Hilb Group announced today that it has appointed
Rodney Satterwhite as General Counsel, effective January 1, 2023. The role is a new position at
Hilb Group that expands the senior leadership team and continues to position the company for
success while providing greater oversight of corporate compliance and protection.

As Hilb Group continues to grow and expand into new states, Satterwhite will provide strategy
and insight around legal and regulatory compliance, contracts and litigation, and other legal
matters. He will also serve as the primary liaison to external law firms and advisor to the senior
leadership team. As General Counsel, Satterwhite will report directly to Hilb Group CEO Ricky

“I am excited to join the company in this role,” Satterwhite said. “Hilb Group has been a valued
client over the years, so the opportunity to join the organization as a member of the team
attracted me immediately. I look forward to contributing to the company’s continued rapid
growth and its commitment to build a best-in-class culture and organization.”

“Rod is a terrific addition to our senior leadership team,” stated Hilb Group CEO Ricky Spiro.
“His knowledge and insight will be invaluable throughout Hilb Group and will offer a new
perspective to our corporate strategy.”

“We are pleased to welcome Rod to Hilb Group as our General Counsel,” said Hilb Group COO
Jason Angus. “He brings a tremendous reputation and a wealth of experience in the legal field
that will be critical to our operations as we continue to grow as a company.”

Prior to joining Hilb Group, Satterwhite was a partner at McGuire Woods, LLP for more than 30
years where he represented a number of large companies and consistently obtained favorable
results. He was recognized by Best Lawyers in America in the areas of Employment Law and
Technology Law for the last ten consecutive years. And, in 2017, was named “Lawyer of the
Year” for Information Technology in the Richmond-area by the publication. Satterwhite earned
his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Government from William & Mary and his Juris
Doctor from The University of Virginia School of Law.