eMaxx, an InsurTech commercial managing general agent specializing in alternative risk, announced the appointment of former Lieutenant Governor and Insurance Commissioner Mary Taylor of Ohio to the Board of Directors. Lieutenant Governor Taylor brings vast public accounting, insurance and public sector experience to eMaxx.
“The Company’s support of specialty industries through technology, insurance and risk management is an important component for economic growth in the United States, “ said James Townsend, Chairman of the eMaxx Board of Directors and CEO of Townsend Energy. “We are pleased to welcome Lieutenant Governor Taylor to the Board of Directors as she brings a strong perspective in insurance and public accounting that aligns with eMaxx’s strategic vision.”
Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor has a remarkable career of service serving as a professional executive leader with over 16 years’ experience as a Certified Public Accountant working in the private sector and over 16 years of experience serving as an elected official at the local, state and executive branches in Ohio. She served in the General Assembly, State Auditor and Lieutenant Governor. As Lieutenant Governor, she also held the position of Insurance Commissioner. Taylor attended the University of Akron, obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and Master’s degree in Taxation. Becoming a Certified Public Accountant, she worked for Deloitte and Touche and Bober, Markey, Fedorovich & Company in Akron. Taylor currently serves as the Vice President for Operations and Finance at Northeast Ohio Medical University.
“I am very pleased to be joining the Board of Directors of eMaxx,” said Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor. “The Company’s focus on providing technology enabled variable cost property and casualty insurance programs is unique to driving innovation to those seeking alternative solutions in the market.”
eMaxx has the ability to build and provide support for homogenous, heterogeneous (regional) captives, single parent and enterprise captives for insurance company partners. eMaxx acts as the sponsor of eCaptiv, a Vermont domiciled captive reinsurance company that is organized to provide protected cells reinsurance support. Recent announcements include Amy Lussier as Chief Financial Officer of eMaxx and the appointment of Governor Mary Fallin-Christensen to the Board of Directors.
eMaxx Assurance Group of Companies, Inc. is an InsurTech that has four operating companies. The companies include: eMaxx Insurance Services, LLC (MGA & Insurance Program Administrator), eCaptiv (Vermont- Domiciled Captive Insurance Company), eRisk Solutions, LLC (Loss Prevention / Safety, Claims Investigational & Oversight, and Litigation Management) and eTech Services, LLC (Loss Expense Reducing Technology Systems and Platforms including Telematics Exchange and eLive Connect). More information can be found at: https://www.emaxxgroup.com.
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