Julie Parsons

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B.S. 1993

Senior Vice President, Allstate Corp.

Julie Parsons joined Allstate in 1993 upon graduation from Purdue University.  She began her career as an actuarial analyst in the pricing department and has held various actuarial positions since then.  Julie has earned the Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society designation and is a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries. 

In 2005, Julie was promoted to the position of Assistant Vice President of Product Pricing and served as the chief actuary for Allstate’s property and casualty lines of business.  In 2008, she was promoted to Vice President – Emerging Businesses and had P&L accountability for a $1.5B book of business, including the Motorcycle and Renters lines of insurance.  In 2010, she moved to the role of Product Senior Vice President, where she is responsible for product decisions for an $8B homeowners and auto book of business.  Julie received the Crain’s Chicago Business Top 40 under 40 award in 2009 and the Chicago Anti-Defamation League’s Rising Star Award in 2010.

Julie received her Bachelor of Science from Purdue University in 1993 in Actuarial Science.  She had many good memories of times with friends while attending Purdue and loved playing wally ball at the Co-Rec, tailgating before football games with her friend’s parents, and going to basketball games.  Julie was born in Dover, England and grew up in Bloomington, Indiana.  She currently lives in the northwest suburbs of Chicago with her husband and two daughters (ages 7 and 4).

Julie Parsons received the Actuarial Science Outstanding Alumni Award from Purdue University in 2011.

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