About this Speaker
Roger is responsible for leading technology transformation and delivery for Allstate Protection Products and Services across Allstate Service Businesses, Enterprise Shared Services, Property-Liability Alternative Segments and Transformative Growth Billing and Payments. Roger provides leadership and strategic direction for the
technology organizations within Allstate Roadside, Allstate Dealer Services, Ivantage, Answer Financial, Allstate Business Insurance and Encompass. Roger also provides guidance and support for the technology organizations within Allstate Identity Protection, Allstate Protection Plans and Arity.
Previously, Roger has led the design and delivery of strategic technology initiatives for several key areas of the company including: Finance, Law and Regulation, Human Resources, Sourcing and Procurement Services, Corporate Relations and Agency Pay. Since joining Allstate in 2004, he has been an influential leader who has held various leadership positions, including developing, managing and delivering enterprise-wide technology services for Allstate employees, agencies and financial specialists. This includes: data strategy, integration services, web content management, document management, application framework services and e-mail.
Roger has more than 20 years of experience in technology strategy, architecture and delivery. Prior to joining Allstate, he worked at Accenture in its technology architecture practice, focusing on strategy, planning, and delivery projects for government agencies and Fortune 100 companies across multiple industries and technology platforms.
Recent Accomplishments: Roger has responsibility for Allstate’s Artificial Intelligence and Automation Center of Excellence, charged with accelerating Allstate’s adoption of emerging artificial intelligence technology. Roger also continues to deliver significant technology components to enable Allstate’s Transformative Growth Plan through his leadership of Transformative Growth Billing & Payments.
Education: Roger received his bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University in computer science and economics.