Carmel, Ind. – Fuzion has been engaged in a search for a new chief financial officer for the last several months and found the individual most qualified for the position within the walls of their own office.  Ginger S. Darrough has been selected to fulfill this role. The chief financial officer role for a company driven to provide exceptional solutions for the long-term care insurance industry is quite specialized. The individual needs statutory accounting experience, investment acumen and expense management skills.

“In addition to being a sound insurance and financial technician, this role also requires the chief financial officer to be a proactive leader and a good team player,” stated Barry Staldine, Fuzion’s president and chief executive officer. “I was also looking for someone that would be a great match to our culture and values. After evaluating skills, experiences, and proper “fit” for Fuzion, Ginger was easily the best candidate for the role.”

Over the last 20 years, Ginger has made many contributions in the insurance and finance industries. Earlier in her career, she led the development of an underwriting tool, marketing tool and an overpayment application. Ginger has held a variety of leadership roles, including senior vice president, for various insurance companies, a financial company, and a technology company. She is known to be a leader in the long-term care insurance segment, having an article published in the Society of Actuaries Long-Term Care Insurance Section newsletter. Ginger earned her MBA as well as an accounting degree from Indiana University.

As Fuzion’s chief financial officer, Ginger will lead all financial planning, accounting, and treasury functions. She will also continue in her role as Fuzion’s chief analytics officer, providing guidance to the data analytics team and overseeing the organization’s actuarial functions.