Nathan Golia

Nathan Golia

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Nathan Golia is editor-in-chief of Insurance Networking News, a publication covering the nexus between the insurance industry and technology. His topics of focus include mobility, analytics, telematics, and the insurance IT workforce. A frequent presenter at first- and third-party conferences for organizations including IASA, AHOU, SAP and more, Nate has been covering the insurance industry since 2010 as a senior editor for Insurance & Technology. Nate is a journalist by trade who has also worked at Direct Marketing News and The Toy Book. He is a graduate of Buffalo State College, a father to two and a husband to one.


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