Skyward Specialty Insurance Group, Inc. (“Skyward Specialty” or the “Company”), a leader in the specialty property and casualty market, announced today that professional liability insurance executive Sarah Logue, RPLU, CPCU, has been named Senior Vice President and Head of Healthcare Professional Liability (“Allied Health”). Logue will succeed the Company’s Allied Health unit founder, Brenda Craig, following Craig’s retirement earlier this year.
Logue brings deep expertise in healthcare liability and surplus lines. She holds a master’s in laws (LL.M.) in insurance law from the University of Connecticut School of Law and a master’s degree in risk management from Florida State University. During her more than 24-year career, Logue progressively advanced into broader management roles, most recently as Assistant Vice President of miscellaneous medical at ProAssurance.
“I am thrilled to join an organization focused on being an industry leader in talent acquisition and cultivating an environment that empowers its team members to excel in their fields,” said Logue. “The Allied Health team has done a terrific job over the last year and a half, establishing a strong portfolio for the Company. I look forward to expanding our capabilities and bringing on more resources to further the excellent service capabilities, knowledge and innovation on which Skyward Specialty has built its reputation.”
“We are ushering in the next phase of growth in Allied Health. Bringing on a leader of Sarah’s caliber intensifies our commitment to serving a challenging market. In addition, her vision and strategy for the future of Allied Health will open doors to new innovative solutions for our customers and partners,” said John Burkhart, President, Specialty Lines. “We are investing in expanding our Allied Health capacities and resources to position Skyward Specialty as a significant leader in the market.”
About Skyward Specialty
Skyward Specialty is a rapidly growing specialty insurance company, delivering commercial property and casualty products and solutions on a non-admitted and admitted basis. The Company operates through eight underwriting divisions — Accident & Health, Captives, Global Property, Industry Solutions, Professional Lines, Programs, Surety and Transactional E&S.
Skyward Specialty’s subsidiary insurance companies consist of Houston Specialty Insurance Company, Imperium Insurance Company, Great Midwest Insurance Company, and Oklahoma Specialty Insurance Company. These insurance companies are rated A- (Excellent) by A.M. Best Company. For more information about Skyward Specialty, its people, and its products, please visit skywardinsurance.com.