SterlingRisk Insurance, a Woodbury, N.Y.-based, independently owned insurance brokerage, has promoted Geraldine DelPrete to chief marketing officer.
According to SterlingRisk CEO David Sterling, DelPrete will oversee the strategy for all carriers across all SterlingRisk platforms, including large commercial and select, programs, personal lines, environmental, construction and aviation. She will also retain the title of president of programs, with both the marketing department and programs department under her supervision.
In her less than two years with SterlingRisk, DelPrete, a member of the Core Velocity Group of BroadStreet Partners, has added an alternative markets platform and reinsurance broker platform, oversaw the relaunch of the broker’s real estate program and expanded numerous additional offerings, including the introduction of Sterling Architects & Engineers and Sterling New Age Cyber.
Prior to joining SterlingRisk in 2018 as director of programs and senior vice president, DelPrete held senior reinsurance and program development positions at various insurance brokers, including Aon Re.
DelPrete began her professional career at the investment banking firm, J. Henry Schroeder, before launching her reinsurance career at Guy Carpenter & Company LLC, where she held several positions over a 12-year period.
She later joined Aon Re, rising to senior vice president of the Catastrophe Management Group, and after six years, joined American Re. While there, she led national accounts. DelPrete went on to join Willis Re to assist in developing Willis Re’s New York team and business unit. She also served as executive vice president and a member of the Willis Partners Council, co-leading the Global Account Initiative.
Prior to joining TigerRisk Partners in 2008, DelPrete was senior executive vice president for Gallagher Re, responsible for leading the U.S. Property and Casualty Treaty Group and assisting with the sale of Gallagher Re to Aon Corp.
Source: SterlingRisk Insurance
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