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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (April 16, 2024)

*Updated* NAIC Announces 2024 Committee Leaders

Update: 4/16/2024

The NAIC has updated the International Insurance Relations (G) Committee leadership in light of Gary D. Anderson’s transition from Commissioner of the Massachusetts Division of Insurance  to his new role as NAIC Chief Executive Officer (see International Insurance Relations (G) Committee leadership updates below):


The National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) has named its 2024 committee chairs and vice chairs. The NAIC also assigned members to its standing committees and named its 2024 task force chairs and vice chairs based on requirements established by the NAIC bylaws.

“Through the NAIC’s committee structure, state insurance regulators collaborate to set standards and ensure fair, competitive, and healthy insurance markets to protect consumers,” said NAIC President and Connecticut Insurance Commissioner Andrew N. Mais. “NAIC committee assignments help build a strong foundation for the overall success of our committee work throughout the year, and I thank all of our committee members for their willingness to serve.”

The 2024 NAIC committee leadership assignments are as follows. Click on the underlined names to view their official biographies on the NAIC website:

Life Insurance and Annuities (A) Committee
Chair: Judith L. French, Director, Ohio Department of Insurance
Co-Vice Chair: Doug Ommen, Commissioner, Iowa Insurance Division
Co-Vice Chair: Carter Lawrence, Commissioner, Tennessee Department of Commerce and Insurance

Health Insurance and Managed Care (B) Committee
Chair: Anita G. Fox, Director, Michigan Department of Insurance and Financial Services
Co-Vice Chair: Grace Arnold, Commissioner, Minnesota Department of Commerce
Co-Vice Chair: Glen Mulready, Commissioner, Oklahoma Insurance Department

Property and Casualty Insurance (C) Committee
Chair: Alan McClain, Commissioner, Arkansas Department of Commerce, Arkansas Insurance Department
Co-Vice Chair: Michael Conway, Commissioner, Colorado Department of Regulatory Agencies, Division of Insurance
Co-Vice Chair: Michael Yaworsky, Commissioner, Florida Office of Insurance Regulation

Market Regulation and Consumer Affairs (D) Committee
Chair: Jon Pike, Commissioner, Utah Insurance Department
Co-Vice Chair: Barbara D. Richardson, Cabinet Executive Officer, Arizona Department of Insurance and Financial Institutions
Co-Vice Chair: Trinidad Navarro, Commissioner, Delaware Department of Insurance

Financial Condition (E) Committee
Chair: Nathan Houdek, Commissioner, Wisconsin Office of the Commissioner of Insurance
Co-Vice Chair: Michael Wise, Director, South Carolina Department of Insurance
Co-Vice Chair: Cassie Brown, Commissioner, Texas Department of Insurance

Financial Regulation Standards and Accreditation (F) Committee
Chair: Lori K. Wing-Heier, Director, Alaska Department of Commerce, Community, and Economic Development, Division of Insurance
Co-Vice Chair: Sharon P. Clark, Commissioner, Kentucky Department of Insurance
Co-Vice Chair: Andrew R. Stolfi, Director/Insurance Commissioner, Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services

International Insurance Relations (G) Committee
ChairEric Dunning, Director, Nebraska Department of Insurance
Co-Vice ChairDean L. Cameron, Director, Idaho Department of Insurance
Co-Vice ChairJustin Zimmerman, Commissioner, New Jersey Department of Banking and Insurance

Innovation, Cybersecurity, and Technology (H) Committee
Chair: Kathleen A. Birrane, Commissioner, Maryland Insurance Administration
Co-Vice Chair: Chlora Lindley-Myers, Director, Missouri Department of Commerce and Insurance
Co-Vice Chair: Kevin Gaffney, Commissioner, Vermont Department of Financial Regulation

About the National Association of Insurance Commissioners

As part of our state-based system of insurance regulation in the United States, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) provides expertise, data, and analysis for insurance commissioners to effectively regulate the industry and protect consumers. The U.S. standard-setting organization is governed by the chief insurance regulators from the 50 states, the District of Columbia and five U.S. territories. Through the NAIC, state insurance regulators establish standards and best practices, conduct peer reviews, and coordinate regulatory oversight. NAIC staff supports these efforts and represents the collective views of state regulators domestically and internationally.