TK Keen is the administrator of the Oregon Division of Financial Regulation. A lawyer by training, TK has been with the division in a number of high profile legal, policy, and compliance roles since 2012. TK is the chair of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) Pharmacy Benefit Manager Regulatory Issues Subgroup, which recently produced a model PBM law and is working on a white paper on state regulation of PBMs. Most recently, TK has taken a lead role in the state’s insurance response to COVID-19 and Oregon’s statewide wildfire emergency. TK is a graduate of Lewis & Clark Law School and enjoys spending his free time hiking with his son and daughter on the trails of Oregon.
Chlora Lindley-Myers has served as the director of the Missouri Department of Commerce and Insurance since March of 2017. She has served in many senior positions in legislative, judicial, and executive branches of government as well as roles in the regulatory and insurance industry. She currently serves as the Vice President of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). She holds an undergraduate degree from Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts and a law degree from the University of Connecticut. Director Lindley-Myers is licensed to practice law in several states and has received national recognition for her work as a regulator including the Robert Dineen Award for Outstanding Service and Contribution to the State Regulation of Insurance.
Andrew N. Mais
Andrew N. Mais was nominated by Governor Ned Lamont to be Connecticut’s 33rd Insurance Commissioner. Mais was elected as Secretary Treasurer and will serve on the Executive Committee of the National Association of Insurance Commissioners beginning January 1, 2021. He currently serves on the International Relations, Property & Casualty, and Financial Regulation Standards committees. He also serves on the International Association of Insurance Supervisors (IAIS) Macroprudential and Executive Committees. The IAIS is the international standard-setting body responsible for developing and assisting in the supervision of the insurance sector.
Mais has led discussions in several forums on race, diversity, and inclusion at the state level and within the insurance industry and in insurance practices. He has also joined the efforts led by Governor Ned Lamont and Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz to address social inequities in Connecticut, including the Council on Women and Girls and cultural competency initiatives.
Mais is also a member of the NAIC’s Special Executive Committee on Race and Insurance, charged with conducting research and analyzing issues of diversity and inclusion within the insurance sector.