A native of the Northwest, Stan grew up in Seattle, graduated from Seattle
University and joined PEMCO in 1986. Prior to PEMCO, he held positions at
Price Waterhouse and Everett’s Herald Newspaper where he served as corporate
treasurer. He sets the standard for corporate citizenship, mentoring
students and serving on boards focused on education, including Albers School
of Business at Seattle University, Foster School of Business at University
of Washington, Junior Achievement and Pacific Science Center.
He also participates with safety organizations crucial to the Northwest
community, including Northwest Insurance Council and the Insurance Institute
for Highway Safety. He’s proud of his years of service in Seattle’s
positive, forward-leaning and uniquely diverse community. Stan enjoys
cycling, photography, snow skiing and scuba diving. In fact, he’s spent more
than 2,000 hours underwater.
Harris is a United States Army veteran with a 20-year track record of
innovation in the insurance industry. As an insurance leader he has overseen
product development, digital solutions and program management with top
providers. He joined PEMCO in 2012 to lead the company’s Digital Services
team that developed its online sales capabilities, paperless options and
Since taking on his current role in 2016, Harris has built diverse,
high-performance teams to ensure PEMCO’s award winning service – whether in
person, on the phone or through self-service tools he is known for
pioneering customer-centric solutions. Harris’s creativity is not contained
to the work-place; he also happens to be an innovator in the kitchen. The
father of three specializes in Cajun dishes such as gumbo, étouffée and
bread pudding – but isn’t afraid to experiment.
With over 20 years of insurance experience, Dawn has held a variety of positions in the insurance industry ranging from actuarial analyst to product manager to vice president (director of state operations). She has a record driving profitable growth of personal lines products through a collaborative approach.
She joined PEMCO Mutual Insurance in 2017 as a senior product manager for the property line. Most recently she managed the product and actuarial teams, responsible for the development, management and evolution of PEMCO products. She was promoted to VP, Product & Underwriting in July 2019.
Dawn’s community involvement includes her recent appointment to the board of directors for the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI). During her three-year term as a HLDI board member, Lee will support the nonprofit’s mission to reduce human and economic losses resulting from motor vehicle crashes through studies of insurance loss data and represent the insurance industry by guiding future research initiatives.
Born in the Midwest, Dawn moved to the Seattle area at a young age and considers the Northwest home. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics with a concentration in actuarial science from Howard University.
Dawn and her husband have a young son who keeps them on their toes. She enjoys spending time with her family, discovering new restaurants, taking in a good movie, camping and spending time outdoors.
Uniquely positioned as a unifier of people and brand, MJ brought her vision
and diverse skillset to PEMCO in 2017. Her background includes 20 years of
HR, customer service and business leadership – an ideal balance of human
capital and business perspective. In her current role, MJ works to align the
customer and employee experience with PEMCO’s brand aspirations. That means
unifying the company’s exceptional talent around a set of shared values to
create lasting relationships between PEMCO, its customers and the community.
MJ loves that in the Northwest she can work downtown one day and drop her
kayak into the Puget Sound the next; she’s a member of The Mountaineers
certified in sea-kayak touring and rescue. The Portland native is happiest
when spending time with family, which includes her Seattle public school
teacher husband, her adult son and their sweet cat Alice.
After nearly a decade leading technology at insurance companies based in
Ohio and Massachusetts, Jeff returned to the Northwest in 2007, accepting
the challenge to advance PEMCO’s business capabilities to better serve its
community. For three years, he oversaw innovations that streamlined the
company before taking over his current role in 2010.
PEMCO and its customers can thank Jeff for transitioning the company to a
paperless work environment, creating a more holistic customer relationship
experience and introducing customers to online policy purchasing and account
self-service. Jeff is a United States Navy veteran and likes to hit the
links in his spare time. The youngest of 12 siblings, Jeff’s a family man at
heart and most proud of his four sons and wonderful wife.
When Steve came to PEMCO over 30 years ago, he saw opportunity. After
graduating with a BA in Accounting from Central Washington University, he
committed his career to the company’s cooperative model that allowed for a
long-term focus on its members and offered a variety of career opportunities
that would keep him in Washington.
Steve believes in the Northwest’s boundless opportunities, thanks in part to
its thriving economy and growing population. He appreciates the Pacific
Northwest’s distinct topology and weather that allows for a wide range of
outdoor pursuits on the region’s many mountains, lakes, rivers and
flatlands. When not in the office, Steve can be found hitting the ski slopes
alongside his kids or wakeboarding on the Lake with friends.
A lifelong Northwesterner, Bill was a PEMCO policyholder before joining the
legal department in 2001 when the chance arose to work at a company he
already knew he could trust. Prior to joining PEMCO, Bill had experience
with the insurance industry both in private practice and as in-house
counsel. Along the way, he secured the Chartered Property Casualty
Underwriter designation, providing an excellent bridge from his law firm to
insurance company corporate practice.
He took the reins as general counsel in 2012 and has since led legal support
in numerous corporate strategic initiatives. He’s a proud father of twin
daughters, can decipher Morse code and, when he can find the time, enjoys
boating in the Puget Sound and San Juan Islands.