Carrie Burns

Carrie Burns

Editor-in-Chief and Conference Chair

Carrie Burns has worked as an editor in business-to-business publishing for 14 years and worked in consumer publishing prior to that. She coordinates Insurance Networking News' annual Women in Insurance Leadership awards program and serves as news anchor for INN's video newscast. She also is active in the Insurance Accounting and Systems Association as a member of the Career Skills Development committee and serves as a judge for the association's Technology Achievement Award.

While she was managing editor of a technical commercial greenhouse grower magazine, publishing-industry magazine Folio: recognized the magazine as a Gold Award winner of the Eddie Awards. She has also served as a judge for the awards. Burns received her bachelor's degree in magazine journalism at Ball State University, Muncie, Ind.

All Carrie Burns' Stories
What are the mobile leaders, including Allstate, Progressive, State Farm and Geico, doing to go from standard to strong?
Insurers’ recent partnerships indicates a faster move to digital. What’s next?
As analytics programs become increasingly prevalent and important in insurance organizations, putting the right people with the right skills on the project is crucial.
Innovation is a never-ending process.
Change management is crucial to the success of large projects, but success usually comes down to soft skills and users' buy in.
Over the past year, MetLife has made advancements in using data to find IT talent and create a 360-degree view of its customers.
A new report's finds that insurance CIOs targeted mobile computing capabilities in 2013.
"Uncertainty" sums up the regulatory environment for insurers in all lines in 2014.
In the last year, insurers, from Geico to Patriot National, have moved more to the cloud.
The industry is moving into new territory filled with consumer preferences, the latest and greatest mainstream technology and fresh and innovative human mind-power.
Industry associations and experts had a lot to say about the report, even though there wasn’t much new information in it.
The balance of being innovative and adequately serving customers is a tricky one, but it's the latter that will make or break an insurer with this youngest demographic.

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