Audrey Selden

Audrey Selden

Senior Associate Commissioner for Consumer Protection at Texas , company

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Location:
1016 La Posada Dr. Suite 200, Austin, Texas, United States
HQ Phone:
(512) 465-3900

General Information

Experience

ICAE

Head  - TDI

Senior Associate Commissioner for Consumer Protection  - Texas Department of Insurance

Civil Litigation Associate  - Butler & Binion , L.L.P.

Education

Leadership America

Leadership Texas

J.D.  - 

JD  - Harvard

bachelor's Degree  - Michigan State University

degree  - political science , Michigan State University

master's degree  - Michigan State University

Affiliations

Board Member  - Leadership Women Inc

Board Member  - Women's Resources

Member of Board of Trustees  - Trinity Episcopal School

Secretary  - Girl Scouts

Member  - Women's Chamber of Commerce of Texas

Board Member  - Foundation for Women's Resources

Board Member  - Leadership Texas

Board Member of the Girl Scouts Lone Star Council, and A Member of the African American Lawyers and Insurance Sections  - State Bar of Texas

Recent News  

(l to r) Dr. Lisa Latts (Wellpoint), Audrey Selden (Texas DOI) and K. Sue White (Liberty Mutual Group) share their industry experiences and lessons learned from the catastrophes of 2005.Audrey Selden, senior associate commissioner for consumer protection and the provider ombudsman at the Texas Department of Insurance; and The department's high-touch, high-tech approach before, during and after disasters helps keep the Texas Department of Insurance effective says Audrey Selden, senior associate commissioner for consumer protection and the provider ombudsman, Texas Department of Insurance.The regulator perspective was ably represented by Audrey Selden, who described the high-touch, high-tech Texas Department of Insurance's (TDI) approach to Texas' disaster exposures.Selden pointed out that TDI works to coordinate with other state and federal agencies to provide insurance information to the public, to establish insurance assistance centers and disaster recovery centers and, after the disaster, to work to resolve complaints and, monitor and conduct outreach. Selden shared that, prior to the 2005 hurricane season, Texas had established a disaster coalition.Selden articulated the need to continue to monitor employees after the crises,the TDI holds special events that celebrate and honor those who were on site, and those who assisted with long hours in off-site support.Similarly, Audrey Selden, as the sole regulator on the panel was openly complimentary about the conduct of insurance companies and the general willingness of organizations to honestly work to help bring consumers' lives back together.She pointed out that, although there were complaints, the number of 1,600 complaints generated from the 2005 hurricane season in Texas was low,a salute to the efforts of the insurance professionals who were involved.Audrey SeldenTexas Department of Insurance512-475-1760Email: Audrey.selden@tdi.state.tx.us

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Audrey Selden (Texas DOI) moderates the session focusing on the Texas DOI's insurance stakeholders project.
Audrey Selden (Texas DOI) moderates the session focusing on the Texas DOI's insurance stakeholders project. Extensive information is available for consumers on all DOI websites, but is it meaningful? How do regulators help consumers understand and move on the complaint data available to help them make good decisions? Moderated by Audrey Selden, deputy commissioner, TDI and joined by panelists Elizabeth Fuller, Insurance Regulatory counsel, USAA; Melissa Hield, associate commissioner, TDI; and Stacey Pogue, senior policy analyst, Center for Public Policy Priorities; the group learned how the TDI approached and completed a stakeholders' project designed to help consumers navigate through the massive amount of complaint information available. (l to r) Audrey Selden (Texas DOI), Melissa Hield (Texas DOI), Elizabeth Fuller (USAA) and Stacey Pogue (Center for Public Policy Priorities) comprise the panel focusing on the Texas stakeholders' project. (l to r) Audrey Selden (Texas DOI), Melissa Hield (Texas DOI), Elizabeth Fuller (USAA) and Stacey Pogue (Center for Public Policy Priorities) comprise the panel focusing on the Texas stakeholders' project. Audrey Selden Deputy Commissioner Texas Department of Insurance 333 Guadalupe Street Austin, Texas 78701 512.475.1760 audrey.selden@tdi.state.tx.us

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Audrey Selden, Immediate Past President, Leadership Women

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