(Image source: Mylo homepage.)
Belen Tokarski, a veteran technology leader, has been named chief operating officer of digital broker Mylo, a platform for individuals and businesses compare and purchase insurance. Launched by global broker Lockton (Kansas City, Mo.) in 2015, Mylo allows users to compare products from multiple carriers across multiple lines of business, including business, small group benefits, home, auto, life and individual health. Tokarski previously served as Mylo’s SVP and Chief of Strategy, Commercial Lines, since August 2019.
In her new role, Tokarski is tasked with helping Mylo scale its fast-growing digital business that delivers a wide range of personalized insurance solutions to small commercial clients and individuals. She will position Mylo to take full strategic advantage of its ongoing investment in AI-powered technology and the recruitment of expert talent to deliver a superior customer experience, according to a statement from Mylos.
Before joining Mylo, Belen served as President of Platform Solutions for Insureon (Chicago). She previously held multiple transformational roles at CNA Insurance, including Vice President of Automation Strategy and Agency Solutions. Tokarski holds a degree in Psychology from Cornell College and an MBA in eCommerce from DePaul University.
Capitalizing on Opportunities
“I’m excited to have someone of Belen’s caliber and experience help us accomplish our strategic business goals,” comments David Embry, CEO, Mylo. “In her short time at Mylo, Belen has demonstrated a remarkable ability to capitalize on opportunities for us.”
By assuming responsibility for Mylo’s operations, Tokarski will help Mylo continue and accelerate the month-over-month revenue growth it has experienced since its launch by Lockton Companies in 2015. Mylo raised $28 million this year in a funding round led by Guggenheim Partners, the New York-based global investment and advisory firm.