Leadership

John C. Stanchina
President & Chief Executive Officer
Mid-Atlantic Region of Marsh & McLennan Agency

John is responsible for strategy of Marsh & McLennan Agency’s (MMA) eleven state Mid-Atlantic Region.  He also is a member of MMA’s Strategic Steering Committee. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from Muskingum College and began his career with Fidelity & Deposit Company of Maryland. In 1994, John joined Rutherfoord to establish and manage Richmond’s surety bond operations. John was appointed division manager of Rutherfoord’s Richmond office in 2004, president of the Richmond division in 2009 and president of Rutherfoord in 2011. He is past-president of The Virginia Surety Association and has served on the board of directors for the Virginia Road and Transportation Builders Association. He is active in a number of private, non-profit and professional organizations including YPO (Young Presidents’ Organization), The Hyde School, Bath, Maine, Valentine Richmond History Center, as a founding director of Anna Julia Cooper Episcopal School.


Kimberly A.C. Enochs
Executive Vice President/Chief Operating Officer
Mid-Atlantic Region of Marsh & McLennan Agency

Kim Enochs has oversight of the firm’s human resources, operations, information technology, marketing and communications functions, and she is vice chair of the President’s Council. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Concord University and a Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Radford University.  Prior to joining Rutherfoord in 2002 as vice president of human resources, Kim spent ten years at Carilion Clinic where she held various positions, to include director of human resources planning and staffing.  Kim was promoted to senior vice president at Rutherfoord in 2005, and assumed responsibility for information technology and operations in 2009. Kim is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), and has completed the Hollins University Leadership Development Program and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania’s Strategic Decision Making Program.


Frederick “Chip” Thomas
Chief Financial Officer
Mid-Atlantic Region of Marsh & McLennan Agency

Chip is responsible for the oversight of the firm’s financial and internal control activities. Prior to assuming the role of CFO, he served as the Controller for the Mid-Atlantic Region of Marsh & McLennan Agency for ten years. Prior to joining the firm in 2005, he held various roles that expanded his experience in all financial activities including financial planning and reporting, accounting, tax and risk management. He earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Commerce and Business Administration from the University of Alabama. He then went on to earn an MBA from Averett University. He is a Certified Public Accountant and holds an active license in the Commonwealth of Virginia.


Pamela B. Evans
Senior Vice President of Human Resources
Mid-Atlantic Region of Marsh & McLennan Agency

Pam Evans is Senior Vice President of Human Resources for Marsh & McLennan Agency, Mid-Atlantic Region. During her 27-year tenure at the firm, Pam has held various positions including Personal Lines Manager, Director of HR Development, Director of Human Resources, and in 2012, was promoted to Senior Vice President of Human Resources. She holds both a property and casualty and life and health licenses. She was awarded the CIC (Certified Insurance Counselor) designation in 1990; the SPHR (Senior Professional in Human Resources) in 2011; and the SHRM-SCP (Senior Certified Professional) in 2015. She graduated from Virginia Western with an associate’s degree in Business Management and completed the Hollins University Batten Leadership Institute program. She is also a past president of the Insurance Women’s Association of Roanoke.


Guy Morrison
Executive Vice President, Employee Benefits
Mid-Atlantic Region of Marsh & McLennan Agency

Guy Morrison is the Executive Vice President & Benefits Practice Leader for Marsh & McLennan Agency (MMA). Mr. Morrison works with mid-market and national employer groups on benefit plan cost mitigation and plan efficiency strategies. He is also responsible for the strategic vision of the employee benefits practice for MMA in the Mid-Atlantic region. Prior to joining MMA in 2010, Guy was President & CEO of Strategic Benefit Solutions (SBS), which he founded in 1998. Under his leadership, SBS sustained significant growth by developing industry leading benefit cost management strategies including the development of a Population Health Management division focused on medical and pharmacy data analytics, value based benefit design strategy and improving the overall health of an employee population.

Prior to founding Strategic Benefit Solutions, Guy held management and leadership roles at Aetna, US Healthcare and CIGNA Healthcare where he gained valuable experience in the managed care and employee benefits arena. His responsibilities included benefit design strategy, provider networks and pricing.


Tom Brown
Chairman
Mid-Atlantic Region of Marsh & McLennan Agency 

Tom Brown began his insurance career with Rutherfoord in Roanoke in 1979. In 1983, he opened the Richmond office and managed the growth of that office to over 70 people. He was named president in 1998 and chief executive officer in 2004, and is now the firm’s chairman. He has been instrumental in positioning Rutherfoord as a major regional firm for the last 25 years. Tom is active in the Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers. In addition, he serves on numerous insurance company advisory boards at a corporate level. He is a member of various civic boards and the World Presidents Organization.


George A. “Shad” Steadman, III
Vice Chairman
Mid-Atlantic Region of Marsh & McLennan Agency

George A. “Shad” Steadman, III is Vice Chairman for Rutherfoord. He is also President of Assurance Capital Consultants, Inc., a subsidiary responsible for alternative market and MGA programs. Shad joined Rutherfoord in 1986 and has over 35 years experience in the insurance industry.  A graduate of the University of Georgia, with a major in Risk Management and Insurance, Shad also holds the CPCU designation. He is active in the Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers, where he served as their 2008 National Chairman, a Director for the Foundation for Agency Management Excellence and is a former Chairman of CouncilPAC, an industry political action committee. He also serves on the Board of the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia.   Recently, Shad was elected to the Board of Directors of AICPCU and the World Federation of Insurance Intermediaries.In addition to his professional affiliations, Shad is an active community volunteer. He has served as an executive committee member and treasurer of the Taubman Museum of Art and as a director for the Roanoke City Public Schools Education Foundation. Previously he has held board positions for the Roanoke Regional Chamber of Commerce, Science Museum of Western Virginia, Opera Roanoke and the Better Business Bureau.