Rodney Johnson

Rodney Johnson is the divisional vice president of culture and inclusion for Gallagher. Rodney is responsible for partnering with Gallagher United States leaders to drive culture & inclusion programs across the U.S. as well as support enterprise-wide initiatives. These efforts are linked to U.S. business strategies and includes developing, implementing, measuring and reinforcing programs designed to advance a culture of inclusion through strategic partnerships, diverse business development, attracting and retaining a diverse workforce, supplier diversity and promoting culture, diversity and inclusion efforts across the country and throughout the insurance industry.

Rodney joined Gallagher in 2015, and was responsible for developing regional diverse business strategies, and assisting public entity and construction clients with their risk management and insurance needs. Before Gallagher, Rodney was a regional vice president at Chubb where he was responsible for product innovation, underwriting, sales/marketing and team leadership for five offices. Additional, Rodney initiated Chubb’s inaugural diverse business development program, MWOW, which focused on partnering and appointing diverse insurance agents and aligning Chubb’s strategies to connect with the growing diverse business segment. He also led Chubb’s Management Liability team for seven years where he worked closely with the top Fortune 500 companies to best protect their personal and professional assets.

Rodney has been a strong supporter and very active with several philanthropic organizations that supports and drives success within our urban communities and delivers access to free healthcare and educational resources.  He currently sits on the board of Cancer Support Community, Catholic Inner City Education and the Life Support Organization where he’s passionate about creating real impact within underserved populations. Rodney has a bachelor’s degree from Northern Illinois University and is a Licensed Property & Casualty Insurance Producer.