4 People on the Move

Global Aerospace appoints new group CEO, Beecher Carlson appoints chief innovation officer and more in this edition of People on the Move.
By: | September 13, 2021

Global Aerospace Names New Group Chief Executive Officer

Rachel Barrie, group chief executive officer, Global Aerospace

The board of Global Aerospace appointed Rachel Barrie to serve as group chief executive officer beginning in January 2022. She succeeds retiring CEO Nick Brown.

With nearly 20 years in aviation insurance, she is recognized for “her extensive proficiency in underwriting and innovation management,” according to a press release.

Barrie has been with Global Aerospace since 2007, serving in various roles including her most recent position as group chief underwriting officer.

“Rachel is the right choice to lead Global through its next phase of continued growth and drive the future strategy for the company,” said Global Aerospace Underwriting Managers board chair, John Wilkinson.

“Her deep market knowledge and expertise give the Board full confidence that she will continue to provide dynamic leadership for our customers, employees, pool members, and shareholders.”

Beecher Carlson Names New Chief Innovation & Analytics Officer

Beecher Carlson Insurance Services, LLC recently announced that Andrew Golub will take on the newly formed role of chief innovation and analytics officer.

Andrew Golub, chief innovation and analytics officer, Beecher Carlson

Golub has more than a decade of experience in commercial insurance and risk management analytics.

Before joining Beecher Carlson in 2010, he was director of analytics for OnPoint Underwriting.

“By having Andrew focused on innovation, we are going to be able to accelerate the pace at which we can develop innovative products and solutions that will help our clients improve the way they identify, quantify, mitigate, and finance risk,” said Beecher Carlson CEO, Joe Siech.

MJ Insurance Announces New Vice President of Total Rewards Consulting

As part of its expansion of services, MJ Insurance has hired Julie Bingham as vice president of Total Rewards Consulting.

Bingham brings over 20 years of experience providing “analytics, consulting and advisory services to Boards of Directors, Executive and Management teams as part of global human capital and local regional consulting firms,” according to a recent press release.

Julie Bingham, vice president, Total Rewards Consulting, MJ Insurance

She has held leadership in the areas of corporate human resources, compensation and rewards throughout her career. Bingham was most recently director of HR & Total Rewards at ADT.

“We are thrilled to take the next step to strengthen our Total Rewards toolkit at MJ with this talented new addition,” said Andy Vetor, executive vice president, employee benefits, MJ insurance.

“Julie’s background and depth of experience will allow us to continue to expand our capabilities and uniquely address total rewards consulting via an integrated approach to data analytics.”

IASA Hires New Business Development Director

Insurance Accounting & Systems Association (IASA) has hired experienced business development executive James Jenkins as business development director.

Jenkins  has over 20 years of consultative business development experience particularly in multi-family housing, hospitality, and association industries.

James Jenkins, business development director, IASA

Most recently, he served as vice president of business development for Zonetail, Inc. For nearly 15 years, he held several leadership roles with the Asian American Hotel Owner’s Association.

“We are excited to have James as a part of the IASA team,” said Kerry Crockett, CEO of IASA.

“With a long and successful track record in business development, including a long tenure in the non-profit association industry, James will make a wonderful addition to our growing team, as we collectively work to reposition the IASA for a strong and prosperous future.” &

 

Raquel Moreno is a staff writer with Risk & Insurance. She can be reached at [email protected]

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