Troy Singleton

Troy Singleton

SVP Anywhere Integrated Services

Troy Singleton was born in Philadelphia, PA in 1973. He was raised in the community of Willingboro, NJ in southern New Jersey for most of his life. Troy attended Rowan University in Glassboro, NJ graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Finance Concentration). Prior to joining Anywhere, he has worked in the insurance industry with Prudential Insurance, in state government having previously served as a Legislative Aide, Legislative Director and Chief of Staff to the former Speaker of the New Jersey General Assembly and in organized labor as a union carpenter official.

Troy joined Anywhere in July 2020. He served as President of Realogy Insurance Agency (now Anywhere Insurance Agency), Anywhere’s property & casualty insurance agency. In October of 2021, he was elevated to the role of Senior Vice President for Anywhere Integrated Services (AIS), responsible for the oversight and continued strategic growth of the direct operations for Realogy Title Group in Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, New Hampshire, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington DC. In January of 2024, his responsibilities increased to oversight of all AIS direct title operations across the country.

In addition to his professional career, Troy serves in the New Jersey Legislature as the Senator from the 7th Legislative District, which covers 17 communities and over 240,000 residents in Burlington County. He was first elected to the New Jersey general Assembly in 2011 and was elected State Senator in 2017 and again in 2021. His prior public service includes terms as a Commissioner of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority, Rowan University Board of Trustee, Commissioner of the Garden State Art Foundation and Commissioner of the Burlington County Bridge Commission. He also serves as an advisory board member of Habitat for Humanity and the Boys & Girls Club of Camden County.

All Sessions by Troy Singleton

Day 2 06/04/2024
9:15 am - 10:10 am

Beyond Checking the Box: How Representation Leads to Better Results

Salon 5