Sabrina Hart, President & Chief Executive Officer, Munich Re Specialty Insurance
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Sabrina Hart, President & Chief Executive Officer, Munich Re Specialty Insurance

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In this episode, we learn why Sabrina Hart's sports background has helped her coach winning insurance teams, and how she views DEI as a competitive advantage.

"I love doing a deal. I love doing the analysis to come up with appropriate pricing, and the evaluation, the terms and conditions, but I really found early on that underwriting was my thing."
Sabrina Hart, President and Chief Executive Officer, Munich Re Specialty Insurance
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“Sabrina’s extensive industry experience and strong underwriting acumen, coupled with her proven leadership ability and collaborative nature, make her uniquely qualified to guide MRSI moving forward,” said former CEO Michael Kerner upon her appopintment in April this year. “I have had the pleasure of working with Sabrina throughout her career and have tremendous confidence in her ability to lead the growth and development of our specialty P&C businesses within MRSI.”

Hart joined MRSI in 2022 as President, Excess and Surplus Lines (E&S). Prior to her tenure at MRSI, she spent 25 years with a major global insurance carrier, the last seven years as Executive Vice President, Midwest Region. She also held senior leadership positions with several other industry-leading carriers and brokers.

Hart is a graduate of the University of North Carolina Wilmington, with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics, and completed the Executive Management Program at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. She was selected as a “Woman to Watch” by Business Insurance in 2013 and was inducted into Insurance Business America’s Insurance Hall of Fame in 2020.

Editor's Bio: Meg Green

Meg Green, our managing editor, is a former daily newspaper journalist who joined Insider Engage in 2021 after a storied 23-year career with AM Best. Since joining AM Best in 1998, she has covered nearly every facet of the insurance industry - and is still learning every day!

After two decades in print, Meg spent the last decade focusing on video story telling and enjoys speaking to the brightest minds in the industry about the opportunities ahead. Meg was thrilled to join the Insurance Insider family to take the helm of the newly launched Insider Engage - think of it as the multimedia Sunday magazine to the Insider's breaking news.


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