Brenda Ross-Dulan, a veteran of more than 25 years in the financial services industry and the CEO of the Ross-Dulan Group, a strategy consulting firm, has been elected to join the board of directors of NJM Insurance Group, it was announced Wednesday.
Ross-Dulan brings skills in management, strategic decision-making, leadership development, community investment and board governance. She founded the Ross-Dulan Group in 2017. That same year, she was ranked one of the 50 most powerful women in Corporate America by Black Enterprise Magazine.
NJM CEO Mitch Livingston said Ross-Dulan will be a welcome addition.
“Brenda is an exceptional leader with an accomplished history in financial services,” he said. “Her longstanding support for business owners and communities will be a valuable asset as NJM expands its products and services in the region.”
After obtaining a Bachelor of Business Administration from Howard University, Ross-Dulan earned an MBA from the Anderson School of Management at UCLA. She led the merger between Wachovia and Wells Fargo and served as president of Wells Fargo’s consumer banking group for southern New Jersey. She also founded the RD Capital Partners Fund to encourage investments in underserved markets.
Ross-Dulan said she is looking forward to the opportunity to work with NJM.
“NJM has earned the respect of consumers through its long history of supporting the communities it serves,” she said. “I look forward to the opportunity to support NJM’s efforts to bring customer-focused insurance to businesses and families throughout the region.”
Ross-Dulan is the chair of the board of the Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce. In addition, she has served on many nonprofit boards, including NJTV, Greater Trenton Initiative and Coopers Ferry Community Development Association.
“Brenda is highly regarded in the New Jersey business community, and we are excited to welcome her to the board of directors,” said Edward J. Graham, NJM’s board chair.