Liberty Mutual names new chief authorized officer
Hart is actively involved in Liberty Mutual’s Employee Resource Groups and throughout the community, where he trains youth sports and mentors young professionals. He is a founding member of the New Commonwealth Racial Equity and Social Justice Fund, a coalition of black and brown leaders in Massachusetts who work to fight and eradicate systemic racism and racial inequality. Hart also sits on the boards of the Home for Little Wanderers and the New England Legal Foundation.
“Damon’s vast experience in a wide variety of legal disciplines has helped shape our company and our culture,” said Long. “He is a dedicated leader who demonstrates his unwavering commitment to the community and Liberty Mutual. He will excel at leading our global legal practice and continuously working in the best interests of our policyholders, partners and employees. “
Kelleher, who is retiring after nearly 40 years at Liberty Mutual, has held a number of senior positions with the company and influenced all aspects of his legal role.
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“Jim has left an indelible mark on Liberty Mutual and our industry throughout his remarkable career, and I would like to thank him for his exceptional contributions,” said Long. “He shaped the legal function of the company and leaves a lasting impact on the organization and the community through his pro bono initiatives, his commitment to charitable services and his commitment to promoting diversity, justice and inclusion.”
“I am very proud to have been part of Liberty Mutual, a truly great company, for the past four decades,” said Kelleher. “It has been an honor for me to lead the legal department and to work closely with my colleagues and colleagues to achieve our common goals. I respect Damon’s extensive legal and business experience, as well as his exceptional leadership skills as he works with the team to drive the business forward. “