Aon Appoints Lisa Stevens as Global EVP of Aon United Operations
New role will accelerate client value creation and drive growth by increasing collaboration across geographies and solution lines...
Financial services veteran further strengthens client engagement capability and brings track record of digital innovation at scale.
Aon plc, the leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions, is taking another significant step to realize the full potential of its Aon United growth strategy with the appointment of Lisa Stevens as Global Executive Vice President of Aon United Operations.
This announcement follows the creation of the Aon Operating Committee, the appointment of co-presidents of the firm and the transition to a single brand, all of which were designed to make it easier for Aon colleagues to bring the best of the firm to clients.
“We have made a series of structural changes this year that are designed to help us bring the best of our firm to clients,” said Aon CEO Greg Case. “We are thrilled to be adding Lisa to our team and confident that her new role will further increase collaboration across the firm and accelerate the delivery of new sources of value to our clients.”
Stevens joins Aon from Wells Fargo, where she was a 29-year veteran, most recently leading Wells Fargo’s Western Region, including responsibility across 24 states, nearly 2,700 branches and 34,000 team members. Prior to that role, Stevens ran 19 states for Wells Fargo, which included business banking (up to $20 million in revenue), in addition to global roles managing small business banking and community bank marketing.
“I’m inspired by the potential of the Aon United growth strategy and delighted to be taking on this new role where I can help build new offerings and greater understanding of how Aon creates value for clients,” said Lisa Stevens.
Stevens, who will start at Aon on December 10th and continue to be based in Los Angeles, is active in the nonprofit community, serving on the boards of several nonprofit organizations, including the Executive Committee of the California Business Roundtable, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Arizona State University’s Global Institute of Sustainability, Los Angeles Philharmonic Association and the Board of Regents for Santa Clara University.