Wayne Diviney Elected Vice Chair of California Casualty Advisory Board

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Wayne Diviney, Chief Financial Officer of the National Education Association (retired), has been elected Vice Chair of the California Casualty Indemnity Exchange Advisory Board. He succeeds Lynne Siegel, who was elected as an honorary member of the Board.

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Wayne Diviney, Vice Chair of California Casualty Indemnity Exchange Advisory Board

CCIE is grateful for the 23 years Siegel has given to the Advisory Board, serving the past three years as the Vice Chair, and looks forward to Wayne's leadership.

Wayne Diviney, certified public accountant and Chief Financial Officer of the National Education Association (retired), has been elected Vice Chair of the Advisory Board of California Casualty Indemnity Exchange (CCIE). Diviney will also serve as Board Chair of the company’s four subsidiaries. He has served on the California Casualty Advisory Board for more than 15 years.

During his tenure with CCIE, Diviney held a variety of leadership roles including Chair of the Audit and Financial Review Committee and member of the Nominating, Compensation and Governance Committee.

Diviney is the current CFO for SailTime, handling strategic financial operations of the business. He will assume his new elected responsibilities June 3, 2017, succeeding Lynne Siegel, who was elected as an honorary member of the Board. CCIE is grateful for the 23 years Siegel has given to the Advisory Board, serving the past three years as the Vice Chair.

Founded in 1914, the company provides auto and home insurance in 43 states and the District of Columbia, offering the highest level of care, service, compassion and understanding to people who make a difference for our communities – educators, peace officers, firefighters and nurses.

About California Casualty:
Headquartered in San Mateo, CA, with Service Centers in Arizona, Colorado and Kansas, California Casualty provides auto and home insurance to educators, firefighters, law enforcement and nurses across the country. Founded in 1914, California Casualty has been led by four generations of the Brown family. To learn more about California Casualty, visit http://www.calcas.com.

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