Ronald E. Strine 

Mr. Strine retired from Aetna Life & Casualty in 1992 after 26 years of service -- 14 years as senior casualty underwriter for Fortune 500 companies and 12 years as the Director of Corporate Risk Management. Promoted to the position of Manager, Insurance, Safety & Security in 1979 Ron immediately changed the department’s name to Corporate Risk Management (CRM) and was subsequently promoted to Director, a responsibility that included overseeing insurance, safety and security for over 45,000 employees and 100 affiliated companies around the world.


In 1988 Ron was appointed by then Secretary of State George Shultz to the newly created Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) where he was the only Risk Manager among the council of senior security directors. After earning his CPCU designation in 1970, Ron began a 25-year relationship with The Insurance Institute of America (now The Institutes) as a grader for CPCU and IIA examinations and taught RM 54 for many years at the University of Connecticut and later developed the University of Hartford Graduate School curriculum for their course in Risk Management. He retired in 2005, having served 44 years in the industry.


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