Crawford & Company, a global independent provider of claims management and outsourcing services to carriers, brokers and corporates, is has promoted Tami Stevenson to senior vice president, global general counsel. Stevenson will report to Joseph Blanco, Crawford’s president.
As general counsel and corporate secretary, Stevenson succeeds Blanco who was promoted to Crawford’s president in early May. She will be responsible for leading the legal department which includes legal, compliance and securities. In addition, she will support the board in maintaining best practices in governance policies and procedures.
According to Joseph Blanco, Stevenson has provided strategic counsel on a broad range of legal, business and operational matters during her tenure at Crawford.
Stevenson is a 23-year veteran of Crawford, based in Atlanta, and has held multiple leadership roles throughout her tenure. She served as Crawford TPA: Broadspire’s general counsel until January of this year when she was promoted to Crawford’s deputy general counsel – corporate.
Prior to Crawford, Stevenson held several corporate counsel positions with a focus on workers’ compensation and property casualty law and she served for six years in the United States Air Force Reserves.
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