Loretta Fuller serves as Chief Executive Officer of Insurance Solutions Associates. Insurance Solutions Associates is an independent insurance brokerage and certified Minority Business Enterprise with over 30 years combined experience in the insurance industry. With four generations and two offices located in the District of Columbia and Maryland, Insurance Solutions Associates services the entire Washington Metropolitan region.
She has served as Vice Chair on the Maryland Insurance Administration (MIA) Property and Casualty Producer Licensing Advisory Board. The advisory board is appointed to assist Maryland's Commissioner in reviewing continuing education courses, examinations, and other matters relating to the education and qualification of insurance producers.
Ms. Fuller has also served as a member of the Federal Advisory Committee on Insurance. The committee provides advice to Treasury's Federal Insurance Office as part of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act on issues related to the responsibilities of the office. She is on numerous nonprofit organizations’ boards. In recent years, she has accumulated experience in test development, design, and validation.
Loretta Fuller has served businesses and the community with passion and dedication. She has been recognized for her engagement, her tremendous knowledge about the insurance industry and her wide cross-section of experience. Loretta Fuller was selected as one of the 50 Women of Influence and Power on by Minority Enterprise Advocate Magazine (MEA Magazine). MEA is a national bi-monthly publication of the Minority Enterprise Executive Council which recognizes distinguished companies and accomplished women from across the United States. She was one of the Top 100 MBE's for the year of 2010. The Top 100 MBE honors minority and women entrepreneurs. Loretta Fuller was included in The Heritage Registry of Who's Who 2012 edition. Her accomplishments and achievements attained in the field of Commercial, Property and Casualty Insurance warranted inclusion into The Heritage Registry of Who's Who.