Shelter Insurance® Board of Directors
Shelter Insurance Companies are governed by a nine-member Board of Directors empowered to provide policy decisions and general oversight of the Companies’ operations. Key responsibilities include reviewing corporate strategy and business plans and appointing officers. Three directors are elected annually by policyholders at the annual policyholders’ meeting. Each director is elected for a three-year term. In addition, the Board appoints four committees to directly assist the Board in fulfilling its responsibilities: the Investment Committee, the Executive and Compensation Committee, the Corporate Governance Committee and the Audit Committee.
Mr. Means is the Chair of the Board of Directors. He retired as President & CEO in August 2019 after 42 years of service to the company. While his primary service was with the Claims Department, he also served as Vice President of Underwriting and as Executive Vice President. During his time as President & CEO, he led several growth initiatives, both with acquisitions and the creation of new distribution channels. He joined the Board in 2012. Means is the Chair of the Executive & Compensation Committee, as well as the Investment Committee and also serves as a member of the Corporate Governance Committee. He currently resides in Columbia, MO.
Ms. Rawlins is currently employed by the company as President & CEO. She assumed those titles in July 2021. She is the first female President & CEO of the company. She served as General Counsel for 16 years, before becoming Senior Vice President, overseeing Claims and Government Relations. She later became Executive Vice President, overseeing Claims, Information Services, Information Security and Government Relations. Rawlins is a member of the Investment, Corporate Governance and Executive & Compensation Committees. Rawlins resides in Columbia, MO.
Mr. Moore served as President and COO before becoming President & CEO in September 2019. He was an employee for 37 years, serving in Claims, Marketing and as an Executive Vice President. While President & CEO, the company developed a new focus on Digital Strategy and Customer Experience. He joined the Board in 2016 and is a member of the Investment and Corporate Governance Committees. Moore resides in Columbia, MO.
Mr. Monday joined the Shelter Board of Directors in 2014 after his retirement from a distinguished career as a partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP where he served as a member of their National Insurance Practice, consulting with numerous insurance companies across the country. He brings strong accounting and financial background and experience to Shelter’s Board. He serves as the Chair of the Shelter’s Audit Committee and is also a member of the Executive & Compensation Committee. Monday resides in Weldon Springs, Missouri.
Mr. Kurrus is an Arkansas native. He graduated from the University of Arkansas and Harvard Law School. Along with an active law practice, he has served as President of The Winrock Group, Inc., a diversified holding company with interests in automobile retailing, residential and commercial real estate and related businesses. He was also appointed by the Arkansas Governor to serve as the Superintendent of Schools in Little Rock. His qualifications include his legal training, as well as his business experience in finance, investments, marketing, organizational management and strategic planning. He joined the Shelter Board in 2016 and serves as the Chair of Shelter’s Corporate Governance Committee, as well as a member of the Audit Committee. He resides in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Ms. Coffey joined the Shelter Board of Directors in 2019. Her insurance career spanned 38 years with Allstate Insurance Company. She retired in late 2017 as Senior Vice President Technology and Group CIO, responsible for Enterprise Applications and Risk Management. Coffey has received several awards for her technology and insurance business leadership. In addition to currently operating her own consulting firm, she is also adjunct faculty at the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management and focuses on leadership development and innovation. Her board experience includes Chair Emeritus of the Society for Information Management and Chair of the Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. She serves on Shelter’s Audit and Executive & Compensation Committees. Coffey resides in North Barrington, Illinois.
Mr. Corbin is currently employed by the company as Executive Vice President, overseeing the operation departments of Claims, Underwriting and Actuarial, as well as Shelter Reinsurance Company. An Army veteran, he was first employed with the company in 1991. His primary service to the company is in the Claims Department and Shelter Reinsurance Company. He brings significant service to the Board in the reinsurance industry, including service as Vice President of Shelter Reinsurance for 5 years. He joined the Board in 2020 and is a member of the Investment Committee. Corbin resides in Columbia, MO.
|DR. TONYA MOORE
Dr. Moore is a devoted health care professional, beginning her career as a staff nurse and ascending to executive leadership at the only Academic Medical Center in Mississippi – the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Moore retired after 25 years of service, and she now leads her own leadership coaching and consulting firm. She has earned numerous awards for her teaching, thought leadership and service. She most recently served as the President of the Mississippi Nurses Association. She joined the Shelter Board in 2020 and serves on the Executive & Compensation Committee and the Corporate Governance Committee.
She resides in Brandon, Mississippi.
Mr. Morrison is President of Sundvold Financial, a Registered Investment Advisory (RIA) firm. He began his professional career at the University of Missouri Athletic Department where he held numerous positions before moving into the financial and banking arenas. Morrison took over as Director of Business Development at Sundvold Financial. Shortly thereafter, Eric moved on to First Mid Bank & Trust (formerly known as Providence Bank) where he spent twelve years in various roles including Vice President, Community President and ultimately Regional Community Bank President. He is very active in the Columbia Missouri community, having served on the boards of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce, Job Point, Inc., Regional Economic Development Inc., Columbia Area Jobs Foundation, Fair Missouri Foundation, and SEED Success. He joined the Board in 2022 and serves on the Investment Committee.