Nadia Starr appointed as new INSETA CEO
She has been mandated to grow the pool of critical skills in the insurance sector.
The Insurance Sector Education and Training Authority (INSETA) announced the appointment of their new chief executive officer Nadia Starr on Thursday.
The INSETA Board conveyed its unequivocal support for Nadia and wished her every success in her new role. In a press release, the board said it looks forward to her stewardship and is confident that she will take INSETA to greater heights.
Chairman of the Board, Moshupi Mokgobinyane said:
“Ms Starr has been mandated to lead INSETA in its purpose to grow the pool and quality of critical and scarce skills within the insurance sector. We know she will lead the organisation in supporting South Africa’s transformation agenda for the financial services industry.”
Nadia stepped into the position on 1 February, having spent more than nine years at the company. She also serves on the Board of the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA).
During her tenure, she acted as the head of quality assurance, as well as the learning division.
Before joining INSETA, Nadia worked in both the corporate higher education and public further education sectors.
She holds a Master of Education degree from the University of Witwatersrand.