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Jersey City

Carey Anne Nadeau grew up in the suburbs of Hartford, Connecticut, the so-called insurance capital of the United States. That early proximity to the insurance business may have had an influence on her career path. After gaining her master’s degree in city planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2015, she founded ODN, now Ometry, a risk technology company that measures road safety.

What is the biggest challenge of working through the pandemic?

The biggest challenge for us is that we like to meet people face to face. We work with people that value transparency and accountability, and it is really hard to assess someone’s interest in using the data and to build a relationship when you’ve never met them face to face.

What should the industry do to attract more young people to work in it?

Stop talking so poorly about itself. If I could show the insurance industry that we get 1,000 applications every semester for our fellowship program. There are young people who are interested in measuring risk because it has an impact on people’s lives and is meaningful work. We just have a bad PR problem.

What is something about you that would surprise people?

I am a terrible driver. I’ve been to driver retraining twice.

What do you know now that you wish you knew at 18?

To tell your story and take up time. The more you add flavor and context and give people some ability to get to know you, the more they will take an interest in what you’re doing.

All-time favorite movie?

“Dirty Dancing.” I must have seen it a thousand times as a child. I still watch it two to three times a year.

What is your favorite meal?

One someone makes for me. I love food on the grill.

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