Sharon Clark
Kentucky Commissioner of the Department of Insurance

Sharon P. Clark, a veteran of Kentucky state government, was appointed Commissioner of the Department of Insurance (DOI) in July 2008 and was reappointed to the post in July 2012. Commissioner Clark was the first director of the DOI’s Consumer Protection and Education Division, a position she held for five years. Under her leadership, the Department hired its first ombudsman, added consumer education and outreach functions, and strengthened enforcement efforts by expanding the number of consumer complaint investigators. Commissioner Clark served as the chair of the Kentucky Health Benefit Exchange Advisory Board during its inaugural year and continues as a board member.

She is a member of the Kentucky Group Health Insurance Board. She is vice president of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) and a member of its Executive Committee. She is also a member of the NAIC’s Internal Administration (EX1) Subcommittee. Clark is past chair of the NAIC’s Market Regulation and Consumer Affairs (D) Committee and was an officer for the NAIC’s Southeastern Zone. She is also past secretary-treasurer of the National Insurance Producer Registry board and is interim chair of the Surplus Lines Multistate Compliance Compact.

Prior to being appointed Insurance Commissioner, Clark worked at the Finance and Administration Cabinet. She also held positions for the Kentucky House of Representatives, the Public Service Commission, and the former Workforce Development Cabinet. She earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Kentucky. Clark and her husband have two daughters and two grandchildren.

Courtney Dillon
Vice President of Sales & Marketing
Intellectual Property Insurance Services Corporation

With over 15 years of experience managing global, national, and regional accounts, Courtney has a proven success penetrating existing accounts and building new business through prospecting. IPISC is an industry leader in Intellectual Property Insurance and we are excited to hear Courtney speak on the importance of protecting a company’s most valuable asset, their intellectual property. IP lawsuits are among the most expensive events that can affect a company’s bottom line. Without an insurance solution, many companies would not be able to afford to protect their IP, which could lead to business failure or acceptance of onerous licensing agreement terms at great detriment to long-term profitability. We have one CE credit filed for these two speakers and look forward them sharing their information, experience and inspiration.

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