California Casualty Welcomes New Chief Information Officer, Adam Waldron
San Mateo, CA, January 9, 2023—Adam Waldron has been elected Chief Information Officer of California Casualty Management Company (“CCMC”) effective January 9, 2023. In this role, Waldron will lead all technological advancements of the company.
Waldron earned both his M.B.A. and an M.P.A. from Idaho State University. He most recently served as the Chief Technology Manager at NXT Level Technologies, a consulting firm with a primary emphasis on projects for Guidewire, Salesforce, and customer communications such as Smart Communications and Quadient. Prior to that, Waldron was the Director of Information Services (CIO) for Farm Bureau Insurance, where he spent 11 years. During his time there he led the company’s transition to Guidewire and was responsible for overseeing infrastructure for the company’s 55 sites across the P&C Insurance Finance, and Brokerage operations and launched the company’s first mobile app, customer portal and paperless document delivery. Before joining Farm Bureau, Waldron spent seven years as the Director of IT Services for Idaho State University.
“I am excited to work with a great team as we execute our new technological strategy to help better meet the needs of our community heroes”, Waldron said about joining California Casualty as the new CIO.
Jonathan D. Adkisson, CCMC’s President & CEO, stated, “I believe he [Waldron] will successfully continue on with the great work done by Paul Chisaki [retired CIO] and ensure we fully realize California Casualty’s digital transformation.”
California Casualty is a digitally-enabled, customer-obsessed auto and home insurance provider with group partnerships across the nation, offering the highest level of care, service, compassion and understanding, to people who make a difference for our communities – education professionals, law enforcement officers, firefighters and nurses.
Founded in 1914 and headquartered in San Mateo, CA, California Casualty provides auto and home insurance to educators, firefighters, law enforcement, and nurses across the country. Learn more about California Casualty at www.calcas.com or call 1.800.800.9410.