Lori Goltermann

CEO, Aon US, Commercial Risk and Health Solutions






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Lori Goltermann serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Aon’s U.S. Commercial Risk Solutions, Health Solutions. As CEO, she oversees the corporate direction and strategy for 6,000 colleagues, across 40 offices. Goltermann also served as a key business leader of the firm’s Client Promise, Aon’s framework for delivering client value.

Since joining Aon in 1993, Goltermann has spent nearly three decades growing, challenging and shaping the U.S. operations to position Aon as a leading professional services firm. Goltermann is known for assembling high performing teams, strategy development, M&A and she has an exceptional vision for growing the organization and helping clients with all of their risk, retirement and health needs.

Prior to serving as CEO, Goltermann served as executive vice president for the U.S. Health & Benefits practice. In this role, she advised employers across all market segments on creating customized benefits strategies and the design of private health exchange solutions. In previous roles, she had the responsibility for designing and launching a data and analytics casualty offering, intended to help organizations in developing casualty program insights to identify cost-saving opportunities with the use of internal data and industry benchmark data. She later applied key analytical concepts to develop a similar tool that proactively provides property insights to drive down total risk costs.

Goltermann has played an active role on several boards, including Edgewood Children’s Center and Forsyth School, and served on the Special Olympics Illinois Gala Committee. In 2019, Goltermann joined The Council of Insurance Agents and Brokers (CIAB) board, as well as The Chicago Network. In 2016, she was named as a Business Insurance’s Woman to Watch. More recently, in 2018, Lori was named one of Insurance Business America’s Hot 100 influencers in the insurance industry and was named one of 2019’s Elite Women in the Insurance Business America Magazine.

Goltermann earned a bachelor’s degree from Washington University in St. Louis and continued her education via Aon’s executive programs at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business.

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