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Joseph DiGiovanni
Sr. Vice President for State Affairs

Joseph “Joe” DiGiovanni serves as the senior vice president for state affairs at the American Insurance Association. He is responsible for overseeing and developing the organization's legislative and regulatory strategy at the state level and managing AIA’s state government affairs department.

Mr. DiGiovanni previously served as the vice president of public affairs for Liberty Mutual Group managing state government affairs activities, coordinating Liberty Mutual Group’s regional office network and supervising regional staff and state legislative counsel. Prior to that Mr. DiGiovanni spent 21 years with AIA where he directed AIA’s state affairs operation, successfully managed the associations workers’ compensation reform program and ran the Northeast regional office. Mr. DiGiovanni began his career in the Massachusetts Division of Insurance. He served as administrative assistant to the commissioner and later as director of consumer services.

Mr. DiGiovanni is a graduate of St. Louis University and Suffolk University Law School.

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AIA's Joe DiGiovanni and Mike O'Malley outline AIA's 2018 priorities in AM Best

January 24, 2018 - The American Insurance Association said it believes legislation to address AOB could finally pass this year after several failed attempts. “It’s probably going to go down to the very end of the session and you try to get the best bill that you can,” said Joe DiGiovanni, AIA senior vice president for state affairs. “It’s clear they’re intent on passing something.”...

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