Achievements Of Judith HaddadAchievements Of Judith Haddad

Judith Haddad, currently President and CIO at Patriot Technology Solutions, is one of the most brilliant minds in the insurance technology industry, giving her the edge she needs to really find success. Not only is Patriot finding huge amounts of success due to her passion and commitment to the industry, her extensive knowledge and experience has led to any other successes. Here are a few of the achievements of Haddad over the years.

Elite 8

In 2013, Judith Haddad was named one of the Elite 8 by Insurance Technology Magazine. This award is given every year to eight CIOs in the industry who are considered the most inspiring in their effective leadership. The CIOs are also expected to deliver innovative solutions in their companies, all of which have been seen at Patriot due to Judith Haddad’s hard work.

Novarica Impact Award

This award is given for a specific project submitted by CIOs and their teams. Members of the Novarica Insurance Technology Research Council are able to vote on the projects to determine who should be given the honor. It is a highly sought after award because it is judged by their peers rather than a board of individuals, and it is delivered based on a specific project.

Broward County CIO Apogee Award

South Florida Business & Wealth takes the opportunity every year to honor top executives in the southern Florida region who have shown huge amounts of success. One of the reasons why Judith Haddad received this award was because she had brought many jobs to the area and found quick success in her business. The award is slightly different from other programs because any executive in the C-suite can be chosen for the honor as opposed to other ones that are only for one of them, such as a CEO awards program or a CFO awards program.

Volunteer positions

On top of her work responsibilities at Patriot, Judith Haddad spends her time in many volunteer and mentoring programs. One of these was the Global Insurance Accelerator mentor programs. She is also a member of the Novarica CIO Advisory Council and is an advisory board member for the Insurance Technology Association.

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Judith L. Haddad holds the position of Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer/Chief Technology Officer for Patriot National, Inc. Previously, Ms. Haddad served as Vice President of Information Technology for NYMAGIC.
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