Meet new Chief Growth Officer Ted Stuckey
Ted Stuckey has joined Arrowhead as chief growth officer and also as a leader with the National Programs division of Brown & Brown, our parent company.
“With his experience and relationships in the Insurtech space, Ted will drive organic growth by helping build new programs fueled by innovative technology,” said COO Tom Kussurelis. “His keen aptitude for evaluating opportunities and adapting them to existing infrastructures will help us continue to simplify commercial insurance buying, servicing and claims.”
Prior to joining Arrowhead, Stuckey spent several years at QBE Insurance Group, most recently as managing director of QBE Ventures. In that role, Stuckey was responsible for investing in and forming partnerships with early-stage technology companies across the globe to drive growth, increase efficiencies and enhance customer experience.
Stuckey’s industry experience also includes Travelers and FirstComp (now Markel) in underwriting, analytics and transformation roles.
“It’s an exciting time to join the Arrowhead team. Their prudent investments in technology and data & analytics have positioned them extremely well to grow national programs and benefit their producer and carrier partners,” said Stuckey. “I was attracted to Arrowhead because of its diverse portfolio and market leading capabilities. In order to grow you need a strong foundation, and Arrowhead has built its foundation over decades of pioneering solutions that simplify the insurance experience.”
Arrowhead has taken advantage of market disruptions to launch innovative products and write business at a time when other agencies were exiting markets.
“Now is the time to grow,” said Stuckey. “Opportunities in the marketplace are all around us, and it’s those who are fastest and most nimble that will win. Arrowhead has a long and storied track record of responding to these types of opportunities, and I’m excited to grow their platform of diverse programs and carriers so that we can be sustainable and profitable well into the future. Arrowhead has a clear vision around what it’s capable of and where it needs to go.”