Kaj Ahlmann is a managing director, the global head of strategic business development and the chair of the advisory board for Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management. Kaj joined Deutsche Bank in 2009 with 35 years of industry experience–among other positions, he was CEO of Inreon; chairman, president and CEO of Employers Reinsurance; and a director of GE Capital Services. He is also the owner/proprietor of Six Sigma Ranch, Vineyard & Winery.
Loren Nickel is a director at Alphabet and leads the team that provides risk advisory, captive management, insurance placement, and analytical support to the parent company of Google and several other companies. Loren has 20 years of experience in the risk and insurance industry, including 15 years as an actuary and four as an underwriting manager with Aon and Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company/Allianz.
Scott, a business-transformation architect, financial expert and change-management leader, is ITL’s acting CFO and a member of the advisory board. Most recently, he was CFO of AIG Retirement Services, where he grew assets under management to $240 billion. Previously, he was CFO and a board member of SunAmerica, which grew 30% annually for 15 years and was the best-performing NYSE stock between 1990 and 1998.
Mark Walls is the vice president, communications and strategic analysis, at Safety National. Mark is also the founder of the Work Comp Analysis Group on LinkedIn, which is the largest discussion community dedicated to workers’ compensation issues.
Amy Radin is a digital marketing, customer experience and innovation executive. Her efforts have created transformational impact at major brands, including Citi, E*TRADE, AXA and American Express. Radin was recognized by Business Week as a top corporate innovator and by U.S. Banker as one of the Most Powerful Women in Banking.
Mark is owner at Prop 23 Advisors. He is currently chair of the Association of California Insurance Companies Workers’ Compensation Committee and serves on numerous advisory and legal committees for the California Division of Workers’ Compensation.
Donna Peeples is an accomplished senior executive with extensive P&L responsibility and verifiable results in a variety of industries and global markets. Peeples is a versatile strategist who combines her keen market sense and strong orientation in top line growth and negotiations with her experience, entrepreneurial spirit and business acumen to transform innovative ideas into profits.
Christopher E. Mandel
Christopher E. Mandel is senior vice president of strategic solutions for Sedgwick with more than 25 years of experience in insurance and risk management at global corporations. He pioneered the development of integrated risk management at USAA and has also held leadership positions at Liberty Mutual, Marsh, Verizon, American National Red Cross and PepsiCo. He was named Risk Manager of the Year for 2004 by Business Insurance.
Dan Swift has worked in London, Sydney and now New York at high-growth companies, including LinkedIn, Thomson Reuters, Complinet and GE Capital. He was director of sales and head of financial services at LinkedIn Sales Solutions, then founded Empire Social Media, a boutique social-media consulting company, and now leads the New York sales organization at enterprise social software company Sprinklr.
Jeff previously served as Chief Imagination Officer for ITL, helping to refine its existing capabilities, generate new offerings such as conferences and find new thought leaders who will be ambassadors for the platform and the ideas delineated there. He served as the first CEO of California Self Insurers’ Security Fund, beginning in 2004. Previously, at Westaff, he designed and managed a self-funded workers’ compensation, liability and employee benefits program covering all 42,000 employees. He has been a frequent presenter at the biggest conferences in the country, has appeared on CNN and “60 Minutes,” has taught doctoral-level classes in insurance and was named Risk Manager of the Year by Business Insurance in 1989.