|By PR Newswire||
|August 18, 2014 10:23 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Summit Professional Networks today announced Shawn Moynihan as Editor-in-Chief for National Underwriter Property & Casualty magazine. Moynihan was previously the Executive Managing Editor of the brand and will take on additional responsibilities as the newly appointed Editor-in-Chief.
A St. John's University alum, Moynihan has earned 11 Jesse H. Neal Awards, the Pulitzers of the business press; five Azbee Awards, from the American Society of Business Press Editors; two Folio Awards; and a SABEW award, from the Society of American Business Editors & Writers. Prior to joining Summit Professional Networks, he served as Managing Editor/Online Editor of journalism institution Editor & Publisher, the trade bible of the newspaper industry. Moynihan has also held editorial positions with AOL, Metro New York, and Newhouse Newspapers.
"Shawn has been instrumental in our mission over the last year to re-position National Underwriter Property & Casualty with an expanded content charter which leverages the full range of information and services assisting in agents and brokers sales and growth," said John K. Moore, Group Publisher of the National Underwriter Property & Casualty Network. "The brand and editorial package are evolving and with Shawn's vision and commitment we will continue to deliver the critical content addressing the changing industry environment."
"Shawn is an engaging storyteller who keenly understands today's property & casualty industry," said Bill Coffin, Group Editorial Director. "But more importantly, he understands the people of the industry, especially the independent agents and brokers who deliver risk solutions to clients everywhere, large and small, personal and commercial," Coffin added. "Shawn's insightful interviews, brand stewardship, industry knowledge and public presence have all served National Underwriter and PropertyCasualty360.com well, as it continues to address the many challenges and opportunities of today's insurance world."
National Underwriter Property & Casualty Network provides complete coverage of the events and issues affecting all aspects of the property and casualty insurance industry. Summit's flagship brand, National Underwriter Property & Casualty has been read by industry professionals since 1897. The Property & Casualty Network is the definitive source of news and analysis for agents and brokers, risk managers and insurance company executives. National Underwriter Property & Casualty and PropertyCasualty360.com have also won numerous industry awards for editorial and design excellence.
For more information, please visit PropertyCasualty360.com.
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