June 26-29, 2022 | Carlsbad, Calif.

A Summit for CEOs, Senior Executives,
and Future Leaders

As we eagerly anticipate the return to in-person attendance at our NAMIC events, the safety and well-being of attendees is of utmost importance to all of us. NAMIC continues to actively monitor COVID-19 information from the most relevant, authoritative, and responsible sources. We will rely on this information to make event-related decisions and communicate those to you to assure both our safety and enjoyment of the event.

Some events with in-person attendance will have virtual offerings, and if you choose to cancel please refer to our event registration/confirmations pages.

We are excited about what 2022 has to offer us with an in-person industry experience while incorporating appropriate health and safety precautions to keep everyone safe. For more information, please visit each hybrid event's COVID-19 Policies webpage.

The Management Conference is a summit for CEOs, executive teams, and future leaders of the industry. Power sessions focus on strategy, innovation, leadership, and industry trends. Break out sessions dive into operational and emerging issues. Top-notch speakers, unrivaled networking opportunities, and an inspirational setting allow you to connect with your peers and gain insights into the important issues facing your company.

We specifically develop our educational programming with our members in mind. NAMIC is comprised of a diverse membership and there are a variety of events to meet your needs. This conference is designed for CEO's, senior executives, and future leaders from property/casualty insurance companies.

This Event is Designed for
  • Chief Executive Officer
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Chief Operating Officer
  • Executive Vice President
  • Senior Vice President
  • Future Leaders
Past Attendees


Taylor Blankenship
Meeting Coordinator



Our Event Sponsors:

GenRe Guy Carpenter Xceedance
Grinnell Re Holborn
BriteCore BMS Re US Gallagher Re MunichRE & Hartford Steam Boiler Mutual Boiler Re