The Top 25 InsurTech Executives of 2021

The Financial Technology Report is pleased to announce The Top 25 InsurTech Executives of 2021. This year’s executives are at the vanguard of a new era for the rapidly growing InsurTech sector, as the next generation of businesses and consumers seeks the highest-quality insurance services that fit their needs for convenience and affordability. Already well known and staying current with technology trends, the companies represented on this year’s list are poised to ascend as major players across a global market which is projected to reach $11.9 billion by 2027. With these leaders more than capable of adapting their operations as industry trends dictate, the evolution of InsurTech will mean record business for their enterprises.

Emerging technologies like machine learning and artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and blockchain have given new life to day-to-day insurance activities. Loss prediction and prevention, risk monitoring, and claims processing are just a few of the instances where current-day tech stacks and the integration of advanced tools can be leveraged to create an exceptional insurance experience. Art Agrawal’s success was truly born of industry disruption, as he formed Jerry to shake up the century-old car insurance process, launching an AI and ML-based insurance comparison service that now saves more than 1.5 million customers approximately $850 a year. Meanwhile, Peter Colis, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ethos, has driven exponential growth for his company by using deep technology and data science to eliminate the traditional barriers to life insurance.

In selecting this year’s awardees, several hundred nominations were closely evaluated, with special attention paid to each individual’s impact on the insurance industry, amount of businesses or consumers served, and breadth of experience as well as career achievements and influence among peers. Please join us in recognizing the achievements of The Top 25 InsurTech Executives of 2021.


1. Alex Timm, Root Insurance
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Chief Executive Officer Alex Timm founded Root Insurance in 2015 on the idea that car insurance rates should be based primarily on driving behaviors, not demographics. He’s since led Root in revolutionizing the industry, using mobile technology and data science to give good drivers personalized, fair rates through an easy-to-use app. The company recently launched its services in Kansas, the 32nd state where Root auto insurance is now available. In early December, Timm participated in the KBW Innovation in Finance Conference as part of the InsurTech - The Driver is Named Data panel.

Timm was previously the senior consultant for corporate strategy at Nationwide Insurance. He currently sits on the board of directors of GoHealth, a digital health insurance marketplace. Timm was an actuarial exam review course instructor during his time at Drake University, where he earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in actuarial science, accounting, and mathematics.


2. Brad Weisberg, Snapsheet
Title: Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Brad Weisberg founded Snapsheet in 2011, and has led the company as its Chief Executive Officer through multiple hyper-growth stages. He is passionate about developing creative solutions for today’s complex problems, using powerful technical platforms to deliver great user experiences. As CEO, Weisberg directs all company operations, including capital funding, sales, marketing, finances, and staffing. His work with Snapsheet has been featured in Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, and Fast Company.

Before breaking ground on Snapsheet, Weisberg established and built out TheJMom, the leading matchmaking network for Jewish mothers. He simultaneously created BodyShopBids, an online and mobile platform connecting consumers to auto body repair and body shops. Weisberg is a champion of the Chicago tech community and regularly mentors leaders at emerging tech companies. He is also a frequent guest lecturer at Northwestern University. Weisberg earned a Bachelor of Arts in marketing and advertising from Indiana University Bloomington.


3. Dustin Yoder, Sureify
Title: Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Dustin Yoder is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Sureify. As an insurtech entrepreneur with a passion for the next generation of insurance sales and policyholder engagement, Yoder was early to insurtech and has been primed to make a splash in the insurance space since his high school days working at the family brokerage. He is one of the few people who goes to sleep and dreams of insurance innovation. In pursuit of his passion, Yoder formed Sureify in 2012. Sureify’s mission is to modernize the life insurance and annuity industry by helping carriers acquire, service, and engage their customers with one enterprise platform: Lifetime. The Lifetime Platform is a completely modular, white-labeled SaaS solution that is made up of three products: LifetimeACQUIRE, LifetimeENGAGE and LifetimeSERVICE.

Prior to Sureify, Yoder built and eventually sold Vendus Product Labs, an enterprise product development company that served clients such as Genentech, Stanford University, and Honda. He now wants nothing more than to use his entrepreneurial talent to meaningfully impact the industry in which his father thrived. Yoder earned a Bachelor of Arts in finance from Cal Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.


4. Peter Colis, Ethos
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Peter Colis is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ethos, a life insurance provider that makes getting coverage easy and accessible for everyone. Founded in 2016, Ethos uses deep technology and data science to eliminate the traditional barriers to life insurance. The Ethos technology platform creates a seamless customer experience, in minutes, without medical exams. Ethos has raised $400 million in funding from Sequoia Capital, Google, Goldman Sachs and Softbank.

Prior to Ethos, Colis and Co-Founder Lingke Wang started Ovid Corp, a marketplace to help seniors access the equity from lapsing policies, which was acquired in 2019. In addition to Ethos, Colis is a scout angel investor for Sequoia Capital. He received his Master of Business Administration from Stanford University.


5. Adina Eckstein, Lemonade
Title: Chief Operating Officer

Adina Eckstein is the Chief Operating Officer of Lemonade, a licensed insurance carrier offering renters, homeowners, car, pet, and term life insurance in the United States, and contents and liability insurance in Germany, France, and the Netherlands.  She initially joined the company as Chief of Staff in 2019 and quickly rose to Vice President Operations and more recently to Chief Operating Officer.  Previously, Adina was the Chief Operating Officer, Digital Channels at HSBC and before that held the leadership role of Global Head of Mobile Delivery also at HSBC.

Adina began her professional career with Tvinci where she worked for over five years last serving as Vice President Sales.  She earned her undergraduate degree from The Hebrew University and her MBA from Tel Aviv University.  Adina served in the Israel Defense Forces as a Commander in Basic Training.


6. Ben Madick, Matic Insurance
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Ben Madick is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Matic Insurance, a digital P&C insurance marketplace. Founded in 2014, Matic (short for automatic) has changed the landscape of the insurtech industry by trailblazing the concept of “embedded insurance,” creating a buying process that fits naturally into home and auto ownership experiences. Today, Matic’s unbiased insurance platform has over 40 A-rated home and auto carriers, as well as distribution partners in industries ranging from mortgage origination and servicing to banking, real estate, auto companies, and more. Matic has been a Techcrunch Disrupt Startup Battlefield finalist and was recognized as a Business First Best Place to Work and a HousingWire Tech100 Mortgage Winner for four consecutive years.

Prior to Matic, Madick co-founded MQMR, a firm that performs compliance risk management and audit support to mortgage lenders and banks of all sizes. He currently serves as an advisor to MQMR, providing high-level strategic direction. Madick spent his early career with Bank of America Correspondent Lending, where he managed relationships with large independent mortgage lenders throughout the nation. Additionally, he is an angel investor and advisor to other early-stage startups, primarily in the insurance and fintech space. Madick has been recognized as a National Mortgage Professional Magazine 40 Under 40 recipient and has received the HousingWire Vanguard Award for outstanding industry contributions. He holds a Bachelor of Science in business administration and finance from the University of Arizona.


7. Steve Lekas, Branch
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Steve Lekas is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Branch, an insurance company that uses data, technology, and automation to make home and auto insurance simpler to buy and less expensive. Leveraging two decades of insurance industry expertise, Lekas teamed up with co-founder Joe Emison to found Branch, the only U.S. insurer that can instantly bundle home and auto insurance. The company recently struck up a partnership with Nextbase Dash Cams, hoping to demonstrate the positive impact dash cams can have on driving behaviors and claims processing in the U.S.

Prior to Branch, Steve was president of the Insurance Services Office's personal lines business for Verisk Analytics. He began his career at Allstate, followed by Esurance, where he built the first U.S. online home insurance business. Steve received his degrees in computer & information sciences and marketing from Kent State University.


8. Joe Emison, Branch
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer

Joe Emison is a Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Branch, a full-stack insurance company reducing the complexity of home and auto insurance through incorporation of innovative technology, automation, and data. In 2017, Emison joined forces with Co-Founder Steve Lekas to pioneer instantly bundled home and auto insurance, making Branch the only U.S. insurer with this revolutionary instant-bind capability. This technological superpower has enabled Branch to become a leader in embedded insurance, offering instant insurance within the mortgage, auto, and home security industries.

Previously, Emison founded BuildFax (acquired by Verisk), Spaceful (acquired by Xceligent), and BluePrince (acquired by Harris Computer). He received his degree in English and mathematics from Williams College and a Juris Doctor from Yale Law School.


9. Art Agrawal, Jerry
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Art Agrawal is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Jerry, the car ownership super app. The company was born of Agrawal’s desire to eliminate hassle from his own frustrating, expensive, and time-consuming experiences with car insurance, financing, repair, maintenance, warranties, and parking. He and his co-founders first disrupted the century-old car insurance process and launched Jerry’s AI and ML-based insurance comparison service in 2019. Today, the company saves more than 1.5 million customers an average of $850 per year. Jerry is the #1 rated and most downloaded app in its category.

Agrawal leads with a relentless focus on the customer experience as the company builds additional marketplaces to save customers time and money on all areas of car ownership. Previously, he had founded on-demand car repair services provider YourMechanic, the 2012 winner of TechCrunch Disrupt. As CEO, he grew YourMechanic to the largest company in its industry, with more than 2,000 mechanics across the U.S. Agrawal, who started his first company at 22, attended Drexel University.


10. Andrew Jackson, Quote me today
Title: Chief Executive Officer

Andrew Jackson used tech and data to expedite the success and growth of Quote Me Today. In 2015, he assumed total control of the firm as Chief Executive Officer and began restructuring and resourcing key positions within top-line management. From there, he deployed his long-desired vision for the business. Jackson grew key positions while investing in and deploying bespoke IT solutions, collaborating with developers to fine-tune the system to the organization's exact model. He succeeded in accessing and processing data from every business angle, which provided views for enhanced business intelligence insights. The availability of the data, combined with Andrew's entrepreneurship and operational successes, provided a competitive edge within the industry and transformed the organization from £7 million in 2015 to £30 million in 2021.

Jackson started his career as a chartered accountant in practice. He gained a Fellowship from the Chartered Institute of Certified Accountants before proving himself as a competent business analyst, advising companies on systems, strategies, key deliverables, and finance. Quote Me Today continues to grow amidst industry declines following the impact of the global pandemic.


11. Ali Javid,
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Ali Javid is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Wrapbook, which provides the easiest way for employers to onboard, pay, and insure their project workforces. Workers are compensated through a profile that is portable between employers. Wrapbook recently raised a $100 million Series B, and is one of the fastest-growing fintech startups in the U.S. at this stage. Its mission is to increase the prosperity of the project economy through better financial services.

Prior to founding Wrapbook, Javid was the VP of business development at Body Labs, which Amazon acquired in 2017. He received his Masters of Business Administration from NYU Stern School of Business and his Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Washington.


12. Phillip Reynolds, BriteCore
Title: Co-Founder and Chairman

Phillip Reynolds is the Co-Founder and Chairman of BriteCore, a fully-managed core platform for property and casualty insurers. He is responsible for the direction and success of Intuitive Web Solutions as well as the company’s eponymous flagship platform. In addition to his duties with BriteCore, Reynolds has served for six months as Chief Executive Officer of DevStride, which offers project and portfolio management solutions for software providers.

Reynolds received the Governor's Missouri Entrepreneur of the Year award from Governor Jay Nixon and led BriteCore to place on the Inc. 500 list multiple times. He is also a frequent presenter and panelist at state and national insurance conventions in addition to serving on many technology committees. Reynolds holds a certificate in Leading Change in Complex Organizations from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and earned a Bachelor of Science in electronic arts from Missouri State University.


13. Jack Kudale, Cowbell Cyber
Title: Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Jack Kudale is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Cowbell Cyber, the industry’s first AI-powered cyber insurance provider that aims to make cyber insurance accessible to all businesses. Under his leadership, the company has racked up several awards for outstanding performance in 2021. These include the PropertyCasualty 360 Insurance Innovator, CBInsights’ Cyber Defender of the Year, a nomination for Insurance Insider’s Disruptor of the Year, and being named in CBInsights’ FinTech 250.

Kudale brings 25 years of business experience, having led three venture-backed Silicon Valley cybersecurity and data analytics startups after a long stint as an executive in charge of distribution at a Fortune 500 software company. He is a frequent speaker at industry events covering topics such as the future of cyber insurance and the use of AI and technology to enable continuous underwriting for cyber. Kudale earned an engineer’s degree in electronics and telecommunications engineering from the University of Pune.


14. Rajeev Gupta, Cowbell Cyber
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer

Rajeev Gupta is the Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Cowbell Cyber. He comes with 20 years of hands-on experience in software architecture and design of large-scale, secure enterprise applications. Gupta was the GM for the Application Protection business unit at Zimperium, a leader in mobile security. Previously, at CA Technologies, he was the head of product for the Application Delivery BU, where he mentored several customer teams and led efficient software development strategies for Fortune 500 clients.

Gupta is a judge, mentor, and coach for international youth organization FIRST in addition to volunteering his free time teaching kids advanced electronics, robotics, and hands-on IOT projects. He earned a Bachelor of Engineering in electronics and communication from the Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology and a Master of Business Administration in finance and marketing from Santa Clara University’s Leavey School of Business.


15. Wayne Slavin, Sure
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Sure is led by Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer Wayne Slavin. A seasoned entrepreneur, Slavin stays at the forefront of innovation by creating disruptive technologies that improve the customer experience for industries relying on legacy tech stacks. In 2021, he led Sure into its next phase of growth, securing $100 million in Series C funding. The company was recently ranked the 13th fastest-growing technology company in North America by Deloitte Technology Fast 500, has been named to multiple insurtech 100 lists, and has been recognized with countless best place to work awards.

Prior to Sure, Slavin founded the SaaS company BackupRight, which sold in 2012. He was the first employee and VP of product management at Tapingo, named the Most Innovative Company of 2013 by TechCrunch. Slavin’s achievements are further enhanced by roles at mobile app NetSlumber, Barnes and Noble, and Buddy Media, which was acquired by Salesforce. He earned his Master of Science from Columbia University.


16. Bill Suneson, Bindable
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Bill Suneson is the Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Bindable, the InsurTech leader for alternative distribution solutions. Bindable enables organizations across all industries to drive revenue and build brand loyalty through digital insurance offerings. The proprietary Bindable platform brings together a digital insurance marketplace, PolicyCrusher® agent software, and a full suite of support services to offer flexible, market-ready solutions for insurers, agencies, brokerages, and trusted brands alike.

A proven InsurTech entrepreneur and one of the nation’s foremost affinity marketing leaders, Suneson has built successful distribution ventures for organizations ranging from Fortune 500 brands to startup companies. Prior to founding Bindable, Suneson also co-founded, the nation’s leading student insurance platform which now serves more than 450 colleges across the U.S. Prior to his InsurTech ventures, Suneson served as a senior vice president with JPMorgan Chase, where he led the student lending industry’s top affinity marketing business. Suneson is Past President of the Professional Insurance Marketing Association (PiMA) and stays active in the community by serving on the development board for My Brother’s Keeper. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Marquette University.


17. Eithan Wolf, PassportCard Deutschland
Title: Chief Executive Officer

Eithan Wolf is the Chief Executive Officer of PassportCard Deutschland, which provides international health coverage in partnership with Allianz. The company, working in the German market for many years via white labeling, recently fronted its services to the European market and was nominated with the German Innovation Award of 2021 for its innovative payment solution that enables all members to pay directly to medical providers without claim forms or reimbursement. PassportCard also gained customer satisfaction rates of approximately 4x the market standard, even during the COVID-19 outburst.

Prior to PassportCard, Wolf was a founding member of the digital and innovation division of a tier-one bank with worldwide branches, being the youngest executive member to fill the role. Wolf also participated in the amendment of the Israeli corporate law in parliament (16th amendment – corporate governance). Wolf is the author of dozens of publications, and in 2014 he published his first business–legal book, “Companies.” He earned a Bachelor of Laws from
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem and a Master of Business Administration from Bar-Ilan University.


18. Tim Attia, Slice Labs
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Tim Attia co-founded Slice, a technology company with the leading on-demand insurance cloud platform. He launched the company in 2015 with a clear mission: to change, improve, and redesign insurance. Under his guidance as Chief Executive Officer, Slice pioneered a suite of on-demand insurance products geared toward gig entrepreneurs. More recently, the company’s Insurance Cloud Services (ICS) platform is helping to modernize traditional insurers by providing them with the tools and platform necessary to make the leap to digitization. Slice also announced a collaboration with Appalachian Underwriters to distribute Contractors General Liability Insurance under the brand AERO Insurance to protect even more small businesses.

Prior to founding Slice Labs, Attia served as executive VP of sales and marketing for insurance industry digital distribution platform BOLT Solutions, where he was responsible for sales, marketing, and business development. Earlier in his career, he held senior positions at Exigen Insurance Solutions, Camilion Solutions, Ajengo, and CGI Group. Attia attended Canada’s McGill University, where he received his Bachelor of Engineering in electrical engineering.


19. Ian Jeffrey, Breathe Life
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Ian Jeffrey is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Breathe Life. He co-founded Breathe Life in 2017 to help increase the global adoption of life insurance so everyone on the planet gets the financial security they deserve. Breathe Life is a Hybrid Distribution Platform for the life insurance industry that focuses on new business origination, from needs analysis to policy in force. Whether driven by advisors, consumers, or a hybrid of both, the Breathe Life product features a modern e-app with data at its core. Breathe Life has been featured in the InsurTech100, and was named one of the 20 insurance technology companies on the Insurance Business Mag 5-Star 2021 list. To date, Breathe Life has issued policies amounting to over $2 billion in coverage.

An entrepreneur with over 20 years of experience launching and scaling businesses in Montreal and Silicon Valley, Jeffrey grew up watching his father, an insurance advisor, and understood from an early age the power these products could have. He was formerly VP of product marketing at PasswordBox and took on the role of general manager after its acquisition by Intel. He has played a key role in the launch of several startups and co-founded FounderFuel, Canada’s leading startup accelerator, as well as MTLinTech, Montreal’s voice of the startup community. Jeffrey received his bachelor’s degree in communication studies from Concordia University.


20. Ed Hemburrow, EIP Limited
Title: Chief Operating Officer

Ed Hemburrow is Chief Operating Officer at EIP Limited, a Global InsurTech100 company that provides market-leading software solutions to new or existing providers of subscription-based insurance. EIP enables device and lifestyle insurers to reduce costs, maximize profits, and upgrade their digital customer experience, all through a single platform. Currently operating across 11 countries, EIP supports over two million end-customers, manages €224 million of insurance premiums, and processes €76 million in claims a year. The company is trusted by some of the biggest communications, banking, and insurance companies in the world.

Hemburrow joined EIP in 2009 from Telefonica O2, where he was responsible for device insurance and oversaw the rapid growth in O2’s scheme, with the launch of the first iPhone insurance products in 2007. Prior to O2, he worked for The Carphone Warehouse across a number of roles, latterly managing its U.K. insurance program. In his position as EIP’s COO, Hemburrow has launched several multi-million-pound insurance schemes across Europe, overseen the successful deployment of EIP’s software solutions into 10 markets, and led the operational and client-facing departments of EIP through a continued period of rapid growth. With more than 22 years of experience, he is considered an insurance guru by his clients, colleagues, and peers. Hemburrow received a Bachelor of Science in sports psychology from Liverpool John Moores University.


21. Attila Toth,
Title: Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Attila Toth is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of, a property risk analytics platform powered by artificial Intelligence. offers access to precise intelligence about every property in North America for insurance and real estate customers. The company uses aerial imagery, building permit, transaction, and weather data combined with AI to turn more than 200 billion data points into comprehensive insights about property value and risk, such as exposure to catastrophic events.

Toth has deep experience in AI and real estate. He served as senior VP of worldwide sales at, a fast-growing enterprise AI company. Under his direction, contract bookings grew fivefold. Prior to C3, Toth was general manager at SunEdison, and he guided the company to partner with large property owners such as Walmart, Whole Foods, and the U.S. Department of Defense to power their properties with renewable energy. With Toth at the helm, the business grew in excess of 100% year-over-year to $330 million in annual revenues. Early in his career, he was a strategy consultant at McKinsey & Co., where he advised Fortune 500 companies on sales and marketing as well as data analytics. Toth holds a Master of Business Administration from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.


22. Jeremy Stringham, Versured Insurance
Title: Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Jeremy Stringham is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Versured. A gifted entrepreneur and business developer, Stringham built Versured from the ground up as an innovative, online tech platform that streamlines the insurance experience for all. Leaning on more than a dozen years as an Allstate Insurance agency owner, he saw the opportunity to take his vision to a national audience. Since its launch in 2020, Versured has exploded to more than 5,000 policies in 48 states. Under Stringham’s guidance, the company has blossomed into a true one-stop online shop, offering an easy-to-use marketplace for P&C, life, and commercial insurance. Through its strategic partnerships, acquisitions, data integrations, and artificial intelligence development, Versured is realizing its mission to make buying insurance “as simple as signing up for Netflix.”

Prior to founding Versured, Stringham co-founded Ready2Teach, an EdTech marketplace for education professionals. The company attracted VC investment, which led to an eventual exit for Stringham. He has also served on several advisory boards for Allstate Insurance and was honored four times with Allstate’s prestigious Inner Circle Elite award.


23. Steve Johnson,
Title: Co-Founder and Head of Product

Steve Johnson is the Co-Founder and Head of Product for, a company focused on improving the customer journey and accelerating digital transformation for insurance organizations. With a SaaS platform that works seamlessly with any core administration system, creates enhanced user experiences and customer engagement with easily deployable insured portal, IVR, and direct-to-consumer sales solutions, as well as robust retention and analytics tools. In his current role, Johnson has led the charge in building’s unique and powerful platform, maintaining overarching responsibility for the organization’s product, design, development, analytics, and marketing. He exhaustively reviews performance metrics, user behavior, and business needs to continuously innovate and deploy high-quality solutions.

Prior to founding, Johnson served in multiple development and underwriting roles with both personal and commercial lines insurance companies. He has nearly two decades of experience in the insurance industry, as well as a background in full-stack software development, art, and graphic design. Johnson graduated from California State University, Sacramento with a Bachelor of Arts in history, and is a Pragmatic Certified Product Manager.


24. Tom Finn, LeggUP
Title: Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Tom Finn is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of LeggUP, the first company to insure employee retention for their clients. Spending his entire career in the insurance industry, Finn possesses a wealth of experience in employee benefits, InsurTech, business development, and revenue strategies—all central to the company’s unique offering, Talent Insurance™. Talent Insurance provides a single platform for personalized professional development and mental health support, for a fraction of the cost, to small and medium-sized businesses. Since launching in late 2017, LeggUP has helped organizations dramatically reduce staff turnover while increasing output, boasting impressive book-of-business results like a 73% improvement in employee job satisfaction, a 66% improvement in ability to avoid burnout, and a 39% improvement in physical health, lowering medical costs for client companies.

In addition to being an active member of SHRM and PIHRA, Finn is a member of the Young Entrepreneurs Council, a Forbes contributor, and a 2021 finalist for Innovator of the Year in his local business journal. LeggUP was recognized as a Great Place to Work thanks to its inclusive company culture efforts. Finn previously worked at Aetna as VP, growing regional earnings from $6 million to $50 million and expanding the business from 110,000 covered employees to over 500,000. He was also the regional managing director of Anthem Blue Cross. Finn earned a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California and a Bachelor of Science in business from The University of Arizona’s Eller College of Business.


25. Allen Kamrava, Eusoh
Title: Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Allen Kamrava founded Eusoh to provide a solution for the uninsured and underinsured, and he serves as its Chief Executive Officer. Eusoh achieves its mission by utilizing new advances in digital payments to build a new model of financial protection from the ground up. Its pilot in the veterinary market is achieving an average savings of 47% month-over-month. Kamrava’s breadth of experience in health care and management gives him a uniquely well-rounded perspective on how to tackle the uber-complex field of insurance.

Kamrava has dual surgical board certifications in general surgery and colon & rectal surgery, which he completed at the University of Pennsylvania. He has extensive management experience as well, having been acting VP at a multi-billion dollar real estate company, a consultant for an international risk management consulting firm, and a support representative at Deloitte. He teaches faculty in the department of surgery at Cedar Sinai Medical Center, has published books, journals, and textbook chapters, and has spoken at several international conferences.