HARTFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Hartford has promoted Patricia A. McEvoy to chief ethics and compliance officer. In her new role, McEvoy will be responsible for leading enterprise compliance and will report to Alan J. Kreczko, executive vice president and general counsel.
“Patti, a 13-year veteran of The Hartford’s law department, is an experienced leader with deep knowledge of the company’s values, culture, and businesses as well as the property and casualty industry,” said Liam E. McGee, chairman, president, and CEO of The Hartford. “She is well suited to lead The Hartford’s enterprise compliance group, and ensure the company sustains its unwavering adherence to ethical behavior.”
In her previous role, McEvoy served as vice president and assistant general counsel in the corporate and property and casualty litigation unit of the law department, overseeing a unit of lawyers and staff responsible for complex corporate litigation. Since joining The Hartford in 2000, she has served in a variety of roles within the law department, including vice president and assistant general counsel of the select litigation unit, and assistant vice president and managing counsel of the complex claim group. Prior to joining The Hartford, she served as counsel in the law departments at United HealthCare Corporation and Travelers Insurance Company. Earlier in her career, she was a partner in the litigation department of a major Boston law firm.
McEvoy earned a bachelor’s degree in English and political science from the University of Connecticut and a juris doctor degree from Suffolk University Law School. She is a member of the Massachusetts and Connecticut Bars.
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