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Palomar Holdings adds Daina Middleton to board of directors

30th July 2021 - Author: Katie Baker

Specialty property insurer Palomar Holdings has appointed Daina Middleton, Chief Executive Officer of Britelite Immersive, to its board of directors.

palomar-logoPrior to Britelite Immersive, Middleton served as the CEO of Ansira, an independent marketing technology and services company focused on customer relationship development.

She also held top-level management positions with Twitter, Performics, and Hewlett-Packard where her tenure there included managing revenue marketing.

During her near 30-year career, Middleton has also consulted broadly across industries to assist companies to manage global teams, optimise digital marketing and nurture company culture.

She currently serves on the boards of Marin Software and BIGtoken, both public companies, and is an advisor for several early-stage start-up companies.

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Mac Armstrong, Palomar’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer commented: “We are extremely pleased to have Daina join our Board.

“Daina’s vast and unique experience in operational leadership, customer relationship development, branding, marketing as well as maximising the use of technology and analytics to grow businesses will add significant value to Palomar as we continue on our strategic mission.”

Middleton added: “I am excited for the opportunity to join the outstanding team of professionals at Palomar. I look forward to helping Palomar’s management team and Board to continue to differentiate and explore creative solutions for the growing specialty insurance market.”

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