The National Association of Insurance Commissioners has elected Iowa Insurance Commissioner Susan Voss to be the 2010 president-elect.
Members of the NAIC, Kansas City, Mo., held officer elections Monday in San Francisco, during the group’s winter meeting.
Voss was appointed Iowa insurance commissioner in 2005. She also has served in a number of other positions in the Iowa state government, including assistant attorney general for the Iowa Department of Transportation. She has a bachelor’s degree from Simpson College and a law degree from Gonzaga University.
Jane Cline, the West Virginia insurance commissioner, will be taking over from Roger Sevigny, the New Hampshire commissioner, as the NAIC’s president.
Kevin McCarty, of Florida, will be the 2010 vice president, and Kim Holland, of Oklahoma, will be the secretary-treasurer.
The zone chairs will be Michael McRaith, Midwestern Zone; Thomas Sullivan, Northeastern Zone; Scott Richardson, Southeastern Zone; and Linda Hall, Western Zone.
The NAIC also approved a 2010 budget that assumes the group will take in about $74 million in revenue and have about $71 million in expenses.