Kathy Antonello leads the NCCI Actuarial & Economic Services Division, which delivers rate and loss cost filings, analyses of legislation and insurance industry results, residual market reserving, actuarial products, and research.
Prior to this position, Antonello was vice president and chief actuary at Lumbermen’s Underwriting Alliance. She led the actuarial department and oversaw workers compensation claims, government affairs, policy issuance, audit, and Financial Call and Unit Statistical data reporting.
Delano Brown joined NCCI in 2003 and has worked in multiple focus areas including ratemaking, legislative analysis, actuarial research, medical regulation and informatics, and data validation.
Brown is a graduate of Florida International University with a major in statistics and a minor in actuarial science.
Ken Brown formerly led the department that provides a variety of business rating, classification, and underwriting services for the workers compensation market. He was responsible for the ongoing maintenance and evolution of NCCI’s
Basic Manual, the Classification System, the
Experience Rating Plan Manual, and appeals functions, as well as rule maintenance and filing.
One of the founding executives of the Texas Workers Compensation Insurance Fund, Brown served as a director and vice president, overseeing operations from start-up to maturity.
He graduated from California State University, Fullerton and the United States Air Force Officer Training School.
Raji Chadarevian currently leads a team of actuaries responsible for pricing proposed and enacted legislative changes to laws and regulations governing medical benefits in workers compensation in all NCCI states. With over 20 years in the workers compensation field, Chadarevian is NCCI’s primary actuarial expert on matters relating to medical data and workers compensation health informatics.
Prior to joining NCCI, he was vice president of operations for an automobile insurer MGA. He started his career in the actuarial field at River Oaks Group, parent to two insurance companies.
Chadarevian received his BS in mathematics from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
During his 18 years at NCCI, David Colon has worked in a variety of areas including ratemaking, legislative analysis, data quality, and research.
Currently, he leads several research projects in the legislative practice area within the Actuarial & Economic Services Division at NCCI.
Colon earned his bachelor’s degree in mathematics, with a minor in statistics, from Florida International University. He is an Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Jim Davis joined NCCI in 1988 and has led several research initiatives on topics ranging from Social Security disability insurance to class ratemaking and, most recently, motor vehicle accidents in workers compensation.
Currently, Davis serves as NCCI’s state actuary in four states and oversees NCCI’s industry results area.
He earned his BS and MS degrees in mathematics at the University of Connecticut. He is an Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
John Deacon joined NCCI in 2002 and has worked in a variety of areas including ratemaking, legislative analysis, and research of actuarial methods. He leads a team that performs industry reserve analysis for NCCI’s
Annual Issues Symposium (AIS). Deacon also provided expert testimony in support of NCCI rate filings in several states.
He earned his BA degree in actuarial mathematics from the University of Michigan. He is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Dr. David Deitz is the principal of David Deitz & Associates, a consulting firm focused on helping clients design and implement strategies to obtain high-value health outcomes for patients and employers. Dr. Deitz has 25 years of experience in managed medical care, healthcare outcomes evaluation and reporting, and utilization management systems in both workers compensation and group health.
Dr. Deitz completed post-graduate training at the University of Miami and Harvard Medical School, and is board certified in internal medicine.
Bill Donnell is president and chief executive officer (CEO) of NCCI, the nation’s most experienced provider of workers compensation information, tools, and services. Under his leadership, NCCI serves nearly 40 state governments and more than 900 insurance carriers.
At NCCI, Mr. Donnell leads and oversees the delivery of the company’s core services, including gathering data, analyzing industry trends, and preparing objective insurance rate and loss cost recommendations for the workers compensation industry. These activities—together with NCCI’s research, analytical services and tools, and overall commitment to excellence—help to foster a healthy workers compensation system.
Kirt Dooley joined NCCI in 2004 and has worked in a variety of areas including ratemaking, legislative analysis, and research of actuarial methods. He has also prepared and provided expert testimony in support of NCCI rate filings in several states.
Currently, Dooley oversees the Analytics and Data Quality practice area within the Actuarial & Economic Services Division.
He earned his BS degrees in mathematics and economics from the University of Florida. He is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
After four years with Sigma Consulting Group, Paul Hendrick joined NCCI in 2017 and currently works in the legislative analysis and medical regulation and informatics focus areas.
Hendrick earned his BA in mathematics and classical studies from Vanderbilt University, and his MA in mathematics from the University of South Carolina. He is an Associate of the Casualty Actuarial Society.
Laura Kersey is responsible for managing NCCI’s relationships with insurance industry trade associations and state legislative organizations.
Prior to joining NCCI in 2011, Kersey worked for the American Insurance Association (AIA), first as counsel in AIA’s law department and then as assistant vice president for government relations in its Northeast regional office.
She earned her JD from George Washington University Law School and her BA in psychology from the University of Tennessee.
Barry Lipton leads NCCI’s research and presents regularly before insurance industry groups on critical issues such as medical cost drivers, developments in NCCI’s actuarial methodology, and current workers compensation trends.
Before joining NCCI, Lipton worked for the Fireman’s Fund Insurance Company as vice president and as an actuary in the claims division. He has extensive experience as a commercial lines pricing actuary, including workers compensation, liability, and property insurance.
Mark Mileusnic joined NCCI in 2006 to lead its Customer Operations Division as the primary point of contact for NCCI’s customers. He and his team are responsible for delivering tools, information, and services to carriers, state funds, self-insurers, and agents.
Prior to joining NCCI, Mileusnic spent 20 years with the Chubb Group of Insurance Companies in a variety of management positions around the world, including postings to Europe, the Asia Pacific region, and India, where he established and ran company operations.
He graduated from Purdue University with a BS degree in business management and marketing. He has also attended the University of Michigan’s Global Program for Management Development, Harvard Business School’s Leadership Best Practices, and the University of Chicago’s Strategic Business Leadership program. Mileusnic holds designations as an Associate in Insurance Services (AIS) and as a Registered Professional Liability Underwriter (RPLU).
Robert Moss is responsible for state rate filings in four states and the District of Columbia. He also has responsibilities within the areas responsible for legislative research and pricing of legislative proposals.
Prior to joining NCCI in 2002, Moss worked for several reinsurance organizations, including Odyssey Reinsurance and Munich-American Reinsurance. Moss is a graduate of St. John’s University School of Risk Management (formerly The College of Insurance).
John Robertson is a director and senior actuary at NCCI, where he leads research projects. Prior to joining NCCI in 2003, he worked for a reinsurance company, two insurance carriers, and as a consultant.
Robertson earned his AB degree at Harvard College and his MA degree at the University of California, both in mathematics. He is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries.
Matt Schutz joined the company in 1998 and has worked in multiple focus areas including ratemaking, legislative analysis, and actuarial research.
He graduated from Florida Atlantic University with a bachelor of science degree in mathematics.
Thomas J. Sheppard is an actuarial consultant at NCCI. He joined the company in 1987, and has led projects in multiple focus areas including ratemaking, legislative analysis, actuarial research, and actuarial systems. He is a University of Florida graduate with a master’s degree in mathematics.
Chun Shyong joined the company in 1980 and has worked in multiple focus areas including reserving, economics, actuarial research. She is a graduate of Queens College, CUNY with a major in mathematics and a minor in economics.
Bruce Spidell is responsible for preparing loss cost filings and pricing legislation in several states.
Following stints at Chubb & Son, Inc. and Crum & Forster Insurance, Spidell began working at NCCI in 1987 as the Southern region actuary, responsible for securing regulatory approval for rate filings in 11 states. He left the insurance world in 2000 to teach high school mathematics and returned to NCCI in 2011.
Spidell is a graduate of Montclair State University.
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