Tatje Spotlighted on National Women’s Day

As a women owned business in the River Parishes, Natalie was spotlighted in the L’Observateur on National Woman’s Day.

Celebrating Women in Business

Natalie Tatje
Tatje Insurance & Financial Products

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your business:
I have been selling insurance for 38 years. I enjoy helping individuals with their insurance needs, because insurance is very complex, and I like educating on the different products that I offer. I especially
like helping people over 65 years of age with their Medicare supplements and advantage plans. People over the age of 65 tend to get very nervous about their health insurance, so I like putting their minds at ease. My passion for helping the mature clientele came about because of my parents, each of whom were 65 when I was new to the business. I was able to see first-hand how important it was to them.

Who are some role models you look up to, and why?
My role model was my mom. For most of her adult life, she owned her own business. She was a hard worker and always said that you must work hard in order to make it in life. I learned firsthand what it was like to run a successful business.
She encouraged me to sell insurance. She explained that I could be my own boss and I would be able to help people. My mom always said that I could accomplish anything as long as I put my mind to it and had a plan.

Why is it important to encourage and be a role model for other young women that want to get into business?
If they don’t see successful women, then they will not be able to see themselves in those roles.

What advice would you offer?
The younger generation needs to learn the skills necessary to be successful in business especially as an entrepreneur. Owning a business is very hard. You have to manage your employees, help your clients all while managing your own family. I am always juggling. We need to teach them essential business skills and the value of good work ethics, to strengthen the workforce.

Tatje Insurance host luncheon 

Tatje Insurance hosted a luncheon for St. John Parish and St. John Sheriff’s Office Retirees to discuss and answer questions regarding their Medicare Plan. The event was held at the Lloyd B. Johnson Law Enforcement Training Center to review their group health benefits for 2023. Guest speakers Tanyia Tregre with Cypress Physical Therapy, Chris Martin of Mobile Hearing Solutions, Christine Duhe of Saint Optical and Blaine Tatje with Forte Realty were on hand to answer any questions regarding the services they provide in our area. 

Tatje Insurance is a proud sponsor of Angel’s Place

Tatje Insurance is a proud sponsor of Angel’s Place. Angel’s Place is a non-profit respite care service for children serving the greater New Orleans area, Covington, Mandeville, Slidell, and southern Mississippi. Their mission is to provide ongoing support services to children with life threatening illnesses and their families.

Louisiana Federal Credit Union

During Louisiana Federal Credit Union’s Open Enrollment meeting, Tatje Insurance and Financial Products’ Natalie Tatje (left) and Kelsey Jumonville (right) held a raffle for 2 tickets to a New Orleans Saints game. The lucky winner was Sharhonda Jenkins (center)

Officer of the Quarter 

Natalie Tatje and Kelsey Tatje Jumonville were honored to sponsor the St. John Sheriff’s Office “Officer of the 2nd Quarter Award.” Captain Conrad Baker received the award for demonstrating outstanding dedication, vigilance, and teamwork, excelling in overall job performance particularly in the areas of technology, communications, and surveillance throughout St. John parish. Pictured (from left) are Sheriff Mike Tregre, Natalie Tatje, Captain Conrad Baker, and Kelsey Jumonville.

Easter Bunny Pictures

Tatje Insurance and Humana partnered with Sheriff Mike Tregre and his Staff to host the First Annual Easter Bunny Pictures. This successful event distributed 600 goodie bags to children.