March Fisher joined Citizens Property Insurance Corporation in August of 2005 and serves as Senior Director of Corporate Analytics. She oversees the Corporate Analytics group, which includes Data Science, Catastrophe Modeling, Geographic Information Systems, and Reporting/Analytics. March’s department supplies Citizens with a variety of analytical support. Data science provides forecasting and predictive modeling support. Catastrophe modeling is used to estimate Citizens’ exposure to hurricane risk, a critical element in ratemaking, reserve review, liquidity and claims paying analyses, risk transfer decisions, legislative inquiries, and projecting live hurricane losses. Geographic Information Systems harnesses geographical and demographic data for a variety of purposes, including hurricane response during and after a storm. Finally, the Reporting/Analytics team helps senior executives inform Citizens’ stakeholders, including the Florida Legislature and Cabinet, as they make critical decisions regarding Citizens’ role.
March has over 20 years of Insurance and Actuarial experience. Prior to joining Citizens, March worked for the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation for nine years in Property and Casualty Financial Solvency and Product Review. March performed actuarial analyses on property and casualty insurance companies’ rate filings and loss and loss adjustment expense reserves.
March earned her B.S. degree in Actuarial Science from Florida State University and a master’s degree in Business Administration from Temple University.