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Welcome to Your New Career!
We're excited you're here! This site has been created to help you learn more about GEICO's culture, the part we play in the insurance industry and our involvement in our communities. We ask that you do not share any of the contents on this page with anyone who is not a GEICO associate.
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Meet Our Leadership Team

At GEICO, most of our leadership team started in entry-level positions. We foster a promote-from-within culture and reward you for your hard work and dedication. With that, we believe professional and personal development are important. See the books our leadership team recommends to further your development.
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Tony Nicely
Executive Chairman

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Todd Combs
President and Chief Executive Officer
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Greg Kalinsky
Executive Vice President
   
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Seth Ingall
Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer​​​​
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Shawn Burklin
Senior Vice President​​​​​​​ 
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Nancy Pierce
Senior Vice President​​
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Pionne Corbin
Senior Vice President
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Rick Hoagland
Senior Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer
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Don Robinson
Senior Vice President
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John Pham
Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer
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Connect with us
 
Learn about our offices and working at GEICO.
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Picture yourself with us
View our company culture through pictures and videos.
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Network with us
Catch up on our latest news and industry updates.

Life at GEICO

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GEICO Blog
 
Learn more about our culture and the latest news about what's happening at GEICO.
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Diversity & Inclusion Commitment
Diversity is what makes you special, but also what brings us together. Learn how we're striving to make GEICO an inclusive workplace.

GEICO Cares

GEICO associates are proud of the communities we work and live in. See how our associates give back to their communities. 
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Response to the Pandemic
Learn about the actions we've taken in response to the pandemic and how we are keeping our associates safe.
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Working at GEICO During the Pandemic