Vacaville, CA ─ August 20, 2012 --- State Compensation Insurance Fund today announced the selection of Marjorie Hutchings, a versatile infrastructure engineering and internet operations professional, as its new Chief Information Officer.
Hutchings, who has been serving as Senior Vice President for Infrastructure Engineering at State Fund, will transition to her new role as chief of the division that provides IT operations support to California’s largest provider of workers’ compensation insurance. She has more than 20 years of high-level experience in the technology field.
Prior to coming to State Fund, Hutchings was Vice President of Internet Operations with Esurance from 1999 to 2012. She began her information technology career in 1989 as a Project Manager with Electronic Data Systems (EDS). She has also worked in high-profile positions with Dallas-based Sterling Software and NEON/Convoy in Emeryville, California.
Hutchings earned her B.S. in Business Administration and Computer Information Systems from Northern Arizona University in 1989.
As State Fund’s new CIO, Hutchings will lead the implementation of a comprehensive technology platform for the organization.
“Marjorie is a proven leader with demonstrated success in building high-performing technology teams and a consistent track record for delivering effective technology solutions for the insurance industry,” said Tom Rowe, State Fund CEO and President in a statement announcing the appointment of Hutchings.“I am confident Marjorie will significantly contribute to our promise to support California business as a strong and efficient provider of workers’ compensation insurance,” Rowe added.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Established in 1914 by the state legislature, State Fund is California’s largest provider of workers’ compensation insurance and a vital asset to California businesses. Completely self supporting, State Fund plays a stabilizing role in California’s economy by maintaining an open door policy that ensures all employers have a strong and stable option for their workers’ compensation needs.