GEICO Elects Two Board Officers, Promotes Two Others
May 15, 2019—The GEICO Board of Directors has announced the election of two new officers and the promotion of two other officers. The changes take effect May 25.
David Longley was elected assistant vice president and will oversee staff counsel operations in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama and Louisiana (excluding New Orleans). Michele El-Gamil was elected internal auditor.
In addition, the board promoted officers including:
- Hollis White to controller. She had served as treasurer since 2014. White first joined GEICO in 1994 as a Leo Goodwin Scholar while studying for her accounting degree at the University of Maryland. After graduation, she worked in statutory accounting. She was named manager of financial controls and compliance in 2004 and, in 2011, she was promoted to director of corporate financial reporting.
- Neal Craig to treasurer, succeeding White. He joined GEICO as an accountant in 1986. A year later, he was promoted to senior financial administrator for GEICO’s investment company GEIVEST. In 1990, after GEIVEST was sold, he was named a senior accountant in the treasury department. He was eventually elected a GEICO officer and named the company’s chief audit executive in 2010.