Jean Demchak is the Global Leader of Marsh's Education Industry Practice, overseeing the integration of Marsh McLennan's business operations into the higher education and K-12 sectors, including public, private, and for-profit institutions. In her role, Demchak manages and coordinates the firm's resources, addresses emerging issues in local offices, designs products for not-for-profits, serves as a liaison with the marketplace, and customizes specialized services to meet client needs. As the world's leading insurance broker and risk advisor, Marsh operates in 130 countries with over 45,000 colleagues, providing data-driven risk solutions and advisory services to commercial and individual clients.
With over 34 years of experience in the brokerage community, Demchak has dedicated the last 29 years to specializing in the education industry, focusing on risk retention groups and pooling programs, consortia programs, and innovative product design and customization of coverage documents. Demchak holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and an MBA from the University of Connecticut.
Roy Mathew is a Principal at Deloitte, where he leads the Higher Education Consulting practice. It is worthy to note that Mathew has more than 20 years of consulting and industry experience across both private and public sector clients. Previously he’s led many of Deloitte’s largest Higher Education transformation programs that span strategy, implementation, and operations. Mathew is also actively involved in developing the firm’s capabilities in new business models and innovative uses of technology.
Deloitte is a prominent provider of top-notch audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services, serving numerous renowned brands, including almost 90% of the Fortune 500® and over 7,000 private companies. With a rich history of over 175 years, Deloitte's vast network of member firms extends across more than 150 countries and territories. Mathew holds an undergraduate degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology and a graduate degree from Stanford University.