The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation announced that Laura Hay, National Sector Leader for Insurance at KPMG, has been named to its National Board of Governors.
Hay, a 30-year veteran of the insurance industry, serves on KPMG’s Americas board of directors as well as on the board of the KPMG Foundation. In her role as National Section Leader for Insurance, she leads a team of more than 2,000 professionals across the Americas in audit, advisory, and tax services for the property & casualty, life, and reinsurance industries. She is an active participant in multiple diversity networks at the company.
Hay will be a featured speaker at IICF’s Women in Insurance Global Conference, which will be taking place in New York from June 17-19.
She will also be delivering a keynote address as the “Women in Insurance” symposium, which is being presented by Academy of Risk Management and Insurance at Saint Joseph’s University this Friday, on Mar. 27. A full agenda and registration information for the Saint Joseph’s University “Women in Insurance” symposium are available here.
Prior to her current role at KPMG, Hay was the National Industry Director of KPMG’s Life Insurance segment and the National Leader of the Actuarial Services practice.
Before joining KPMG in 1993, she spent eight years at MetLife, where she had numerous roles as part of the actuarial student program. She is a fellow of the Society of Actuaries and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.