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Jewelers Mutual Insurance Names Kathryn Sieman as CFO, Treasurer

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(PRESS RELEASE) Kathryn Sieman has joined the executive leadership team of Jewelers Mutual Insurance Co. as chief financial officer and treasurer.

Sieman brings more than 20 years of insurance industry experience to her new role, most recently serving as executive vice president and chief financial officer at SECURA Insurance. Jewelers Mutual is headquartered in Neenah, WI.

“We are excited that Kathryn Sieman has chosen to join our team at Jewelers Mutual Insurance Company,” said Scott Murphy, president and CEO of Jewelers Mutual. “With her extensive experience, Sieman is poised to work closely with our leadership team to move our organization forward and continue our growth.”

Prior to her previous role as executive vice president and chief financial officer, Sieman held various positions within the audit and financial areas with increasing responsibility at SECURA Insurance. She has also been employed by Schneider National and Ernst & Young.

Sieman serves on the board of directors of Affinity Health Systems and the Community Foundation of the Fox Valley, including being active on the Community Foundation’s investment and audit committees.

 

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