Liberty Mutual Insurance Appoints Monica Caldas as Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer

Caldas was promoted to Deputy CIO in March 2022 and is responsible for the technology roadmap across the organization’s three business units – Global Risk Solutions, Global Retail Markets (GRM) and Liberty Mutual Investments, ensuring collaboration across the enterprise to elevate data and insights to drive optimal performance and experiences.

She was previously Executive Vice President and Global CIO for GRM and prior to joining Liberty Mutual in 2018, she worked at General Electric for 17 years where she held positions of increasing responsibility in IT operations, software development and IT operations. organizational effectiveness.

Caldas is an advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion, and is actively engaged in company employee resource groups and works to inspire girls and young women to pursue careers in the STEM.

“Monica’s deep passion for technology, data-driven solutions and customer experience will continue to propel our digital transformation forward, delivering innovative results for our customers and employees,” said Long. “His global experience and perspective, collaborative leadership approach and drive for excellence will help guide our continued work focused on meeting rising expectations for digital solutions.”

Executive Vice President and CIO James McGlennon announces retirement
The company’s current executive vice president and chief information officer, James McGlennon, has announced he will retire at the end of 2022. McGlennon has more than 25 years of cross-industry technology experience and has led strategy and l evolution of the company’s global technology organization of more than 5,000 employees. for 15 years. He joined Liberty Mutual in 2007 as CIO of Agency Markets and under his leadership Liberty Mutual earned a place on the prestigious computer world List of “best places to work in IT” for two consecutive years.

McGlennon sits on the board of the Rian Immigrant Center, which serves as from boston welcome center for 3,500 immigrants and refugees from more than 120 countries each year.

“James revolutionized our technology function by creating a culture of continuous learning, smart risk-taking and agility, and I’m grateful for the tremendous contributions he’s made to our business,” Long said. “At a time of massive disruption and rapidly changing consumer expectations, James transformed our technology capabilities, leading a strategy that allowed us to stay ahead of the pace of accelerating technology by collaborating with business partners to develop winning solutions for millions of customers worldwide.

“I feel privileged to have led our world-class technology organization and to have been part of this extraordinary company for 15 years,” said McGlennon. “We are on an exciting journey to continue to make Liberty Mutual a global data and technology-powered company, and I trust Monica and the entire team to make it happen. I want to thank my colleagues and peers across the globe for all their support, guidance and friendship over the years.”

About Liberty Mutual Insurance

At Liberty Mutual, we believe progress happens when people feel safe. By providing protection against the unexpected and delivering it with care, we help people embrace today and confidently pursue the future.

In business since 1912 and headquartered in Bostonwe are now the sixth largest global P&C insurer based on 2021 gross written premiums. We also rank 78e on the Fortune 100 list of the largest companies in the United States based on 2021 revenue. From December 31, 2021we have had $48.2 billion of consolidated annual turnover.

We employ more than 47,000 people in 29 countries and economies around the world. We offer a wide range of insurance products and services, including personal auto, homeowners, specialty lines, reinsurance, commercial multi-peril, workers’ compensation, commercial auto , general liability, surety and commercial property.

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