Topics: Macroeconomic Insights, Applied Economic Forecasting, Market Estimates, Predictive Analytics, Social Trends Analytics, Commercial Lines
Eric Price-Glynn is vice president of research and development for ISO MarketStance. Mr. Price-Glynn oversees the development of tools that provide highly granular estimates of market opportunities in commercial and personal lines. He specializes in analyzing the consequences of macroeconomic and social trends for lines of business by location, size, and industry of account, and capitalizing on the breadth of available data for modeling commercial lines.
Mr. Price-Glynn graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in distributed studies from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a master of arts degree in economics from UMass Amherst.
Hernan L. Medina
Topics: Data Management, Predictive Analytics
Hernan L. Medina is senior principal data scientist at ISO. He leads data exploration, as well as the development of databases and analytic platforms in support of ISO's insurance analytics. He has more than 28 years of experience, almost evenly divided among data management, actuarial pricing analysis, and predictive modeling.
Mr. Medina graduated with a bachelor of science degree in mathematics from St. Peter’s University and a master of science degree in mathematics from New York University. He has earned the designations of Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU), Associate in Management (AIM), Associate in Personal Insurance (API), Associate in Regulation and Compliance (ARC), and Associate in Underwriting (AU).
Topics: Predictive Analytics
Su Wash is an actuarial analyst in ISO’s analytic products department. Ms. Wash is responsible for implementation support and product development for the ISO Risk Analyzer® suite of predictive modeling tools. She recently wrote about businessowners policy pricing for ISO’s Between the Lines newsletter.
Ms. Wash earned a bachelor of science degree in applied mathematics and psychology from Stony Brook University and earned a master of arts degree in statistics from Columbia University.
Topics: Predictive Analytics
Douglas Wing is an assistant vice president of analytic products for ISO. He is responsible for the ISO Risk Analyzer® suite of predictive analytic tools. Mr. Wing champions initiatives in analytics and predictive modeling that enhance ISO’s offerings. He has more than ten years of experience building and implementing insurance analytics.
Before joining Verisk, Mr. Wing was in actuarial research and development at Liberty Mutual.
Mr. Wing graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics from the University of Maine and earned a master of science degree in pure mathematics from the University of Massachusetts.
Topics: Macroeconomic Insights, Applied Economic Forecasting, Market Estimates, Predictive Analytics, Social Trends Analytics, Commercial Lines, Personal Lines
Fritz Yohn, PhD, is chief economist for ISO focused on tracking the economy and monitoring its impact on both commercial and personal lines. Dr. Yohn also provides thought leadership on topics of interest to the broader ISO customer base and the P/C insurance community in general.
Previously, Dr. Yohn was the founder of MarketStance and served as its chief executive for 17 years. In that role, he delivered insurance statistical and business demographic database products and analytical consulting services for the commercial property/casualty and group benefits industries. Dr. Yohn invented the system of mathematical and statistical techniques at the heart of the MarketStance products. A seasoned economist and a talented statistician completely at home with the latest statistical methods, he also has a deep understanding of the insurance industry.
Prior to founding MarketStance, Dr. Yohn held positions in insurance research and financial economics at Aetna Life & Casualty. He also was a senior economist at the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System in Washington, D.C.
In addition to undergraduate degrees in Metallurgy and Economics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Yohn received his M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Economics from Princeton University. He has been published in both economics and insurance journals.