Selective Insurance Group, Inc., announced the following appointments by its subsidiary, Selective Insurance Company of America:
Charles Musilli (Wantage, NJ) to senior vice president, Selective Specialty and Distribution. Musilli joined Selective in 1981 as an insurance trainee and has held a variety of regional and corporate strategic and leadership positions, most recently as senior vice president, Northeast region manager and Agency Development. Musilli holds the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) and Certified Risk Manager (CRM) designations.
Thomas Purnell (Sparta, NJ) to senior vice president, Northeast region manager. Purnell joined Selective in 1988 as a corporate trainee and has held a variety of regional leadership positions. Mr. Purnell holds the CPCU and CIC designations.
Denise Niiyama (Sparta, NJ) to vice president, project management office director. Niiyama joined Selective in August 2012. Prior to that, she was a senior consultant/principle advisor at Information Services Group, Inc. (formerly Technology Partners International, Inc.)
Noreen Cruz (Pasadena, CA) to assistant vice president, Alternative Markets. Cruz joined Selective in August 2012. Prior to that, she was an assistant vice president for C.V. Starr. She holds the CPCU, Associate in Risk Management and Associate in Reinsurance designations.
Robert Dixon (Far Hills, NJ) to assistant vice president, bond underwriting manager. Dixon joined Selective in January 2008 as regional bond manager. Prior to that, he was a surety services consultant for Daystar Consulting.
Donna Manzi (East Stroudsburg, PA) to assistant vice president, benefits. Manzi joined Selective in August 2012. Prior to that, she was the director of employee benefits at Geisinger Health Systems.
Mark Stoller (Ridgewood, NJ) to assistant vice president, IT Communications. Stoller joined Selective in August 2012. Prior to that, he was the head of IT for SS&C Technologies – Tradeware in NY.
Source: Selective Insurance Group
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