Leadership In Action

ProSight Welcomes New Members to Board of Directors

August 19, 2019
Leadership In Action | 2 minute read

On July 24, ProSight officially appointed two new members to its board of directors and is happy to welcome Otha “Skip” Spriggs, III and Sheila Hooda to ProSight.

“We are excited to welcome Skip and Sheila to our board of directors,” said Larry Hannon, president and CEO of ProSight. “As we continue to grow and provide value to our customers and shareholders, we’re fortunate to expand our board with leaders who bring extensive experience and diverse industry knowledge to our company.”

Mr. Spriggs and Ms. Hooda became board members at an exciting time, as ProSight recently began trading on the New York Stock Exchange and completed its Initial Public Offering on July 29.

Learn more about Mr. Spriggs and Ms. Hooda:

Otha “Skip” Spriggs, III
is the President and CEO of The Executive Leadership Council and former member of the boards of TIAA, FSB (TIAA Direct), Savannah State University’s College of Business Administration and the Institute for Corporate Productivity. In his most recent role at TIAA, Mr. Spriggs served as Senior Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources where he led human resources strategy and execution for the company’s global workforce.

Mr. Spriggs serves as chair of ProSight’s compensation committee.

Sheila Hooda is the CEO of Alpha Advisory Partners, a company that advises on strategy, turnaround and transformation, customer centricity and digital business models for companies in the financial and business services sectors. Prior to this she had senior leadership roles at Credit Suisse Investment Bank, Thomson Reuters, TIAA and McKinsey & Company.  Ms. Hooda serves on the boards of Mutual of Omaha Insurance Company, where she is a member of its Audit and Compensation committees, and Virtus Investment Partners (Nasdaq: VRTS), where she is a member of its Audit and Risk & Finance Committees.

Ms. Hooda serves as chair of ProSight’s nominating and governance committee and is a member of ProSight’s compensation committee.