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Leigh Ann Pusey will step down as president and CEO of the American Insurance Association on June 9 to take up a communications position with Eli Lilly and Co.
Ms. Pusey, who has held the position since February 2009, is leaving after a more than 20-year career with the Washington-based organization, where she has served in several key positions, including chief operating officer and senior vice president for government affairs.
“We thank Leigh Ann for the dynamic and energetic leadership she provided during her tenure as president and CEO of the AIA,” AIA’s Chairman and Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. ’s Chairman & CEO Christopher Swift, said in a statement on Wednesday. “During that time, she built a strong, dedicated team of professionals who everyday zealously represent the property-casualty industry in Washington D.C. and in state capitals across the nation.”
“It has been a tremendous privilege to lead AIA for the past eight years,” Ms. Pusey said in the statement. “I look forward to watching AIA as it continues to lead our industry’s advocacy efforts.”
Ms. Pusey will be joining Indianapolis-based Eli Lilly as senior vice president of corporate affairs and communications effective June 12 and will be on the pharmaceutical company’s executive committee reporting directly to President and Chief Executive Officer David Ricks. She will be based in Washington.
"Leigh Ann brings a wealth of public affairs leadership experience to Lilly and at a particularly important time for our industry," he said in a statement on Wednesday.
Ms. Pusey will stay through a transition period at AIA working with Senior Vice President and General Counsel J. Stephen Zielezienski and Senior Vice President for State Affairs Joe DiGiovanni, the statement said.
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