The latest news about insurance innovation and LineSlip Solutions.
I am excited to announce that we we have added Laurie Solomon to our team of strategic advisors. In her role, Solomon will use her deep industry expertise to help bridge the gap between brokers, carriers, insureds and the up-and-coming insurtech company.
LineSlip Solutions president Lee Stevenson says, “Laurie is a proven senior risk executive with extensive global experience in insurance and risk management. She is widely recognized as a thought leader and will be a huge asset for LineSlip and our customers.”
Solomon has experienced the commercial insurance industry from all angles. She started her career as an Underwriter and Account Executive for The Travelers Insurance Company, where she coordinated all service delivery for her clients and underwrote a diverse book of large corporate accounts. Laurie later joined The Coca-Cola Company where she served as Director, Global Risk Management for 11 years. She led a team of 22 professionals and set strategy for Coca-Cola’s global Risk Management approach. She was selected for the Business Insurance Risk Manager of the Year Honor Roll in addition to receiving Honorable Mention in the “Innovators” edition of Risk & Insurance Magazine and received the World Captive Forum’s Company Award of Excellence on behalf of The Coca-Cola Company.
In 2016, Laurie established ELT Risk Solutions, LLC, a Risk Management Advisory firm specializing in the property-casualty insurance arena, serving midsize to large companies. ELT works with Risk Managers, Start Ups and Corporate Executives as a strategic partner or outsourced Risk Manager, to lead and manage insurance-related projects, solve risk management problems, strategize for efficiency, leverage data and evaluate alternatives to bring value to the bottom line.
Solomon says, “I am excited to work with insureds and the greater risk management community to help solve some of the problems in our industry. We have so much opportunity to leverage technology and data to make smarter decisions, but adoption has been slow because insurtech typically lacks the insider’s view into the realities of day-to-day processes. I am looking forward to introducing the industry to LineSlip and ushering in a new way of leveraging data that doesn’t involve change management or retooling.”