Emily Q. Freeman

Vice President-Western Region,
Executive Director of Consulting
AIG eBusiness Risk Solutions

Emily Q. Freeman is Vice President-Western Region and Executive Director of Consulting for AIG eBusiness Risk Solutions. She has been a principal drafter of cyberspace insurance products and senior consultant for e-business risk management. She participates as the lead facilitator for risk analysis workshops for major corporations with infrastructure and commerce applications utilizing computer networks and the Internet.

Previously, she was the e-business practice leader for Marsh Inc., a leading global insurance broker and risk consultant firm. Ms. Freeman led the e-business practice at Marsh from its inception in 1998, when Marsh merged with Sedgwick. Prior to 1998, she was a member of the executive committee of the Sedgwick Technology Group and became Sedgwick's Regional Broking Director for the Pacific Northwest. She was responsible for large insurance and risk management programs, and served as a technical advisor on coverage and underwriting matters.

Ms. Freeman began her career with Industrial Indemnity, a unit of Crum & Forster Group, in San Francisco as a casualty underwriter. She later became Senior Director-Home Office Casualty Underwriting and developed target market programs sold throughout the company's branch network.

A graduate of the University of California, Ms. Freeman also was a Distinguished Graduate of the Associate Underwriting Program of IIA. She holds the Associate in Risk Management (ARM) and Associate in Underwriting (AU) professional designations.

Ms. Freeman has been a frequent speaker on e-business, intellectual property, and other related risk and insurance issues. She has authored articles on e-business risk management for a number of business and finance publications, including Washington CEO, Financial Executive, Risk Management, Riskvue.com, and The John Liner Review. She is currently authoring a chapter for a new book on Cyber Security and Cyber Terrorism, and completing a major article on Personal Identity Theft for John Liner Review.

Ms. Freeman has been an expert guest on CNN's World News and National Public Radio's All Things Considered, and has been interviewed on matters relating to the identification and management of e-business risk by The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, American Banker, Fortune, The Associated Press, Bloomberg Business News, CFO, Infoweek, Wired, Treasury & Risk Management, Business Insurance, National Underwriter, Risk & Insurance, Washington Post, and numerous other leading business/financial, technology and general news media outlets.

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