According to the announcement, these are newly-created positions. “As chairman of Aon Consulting U.S., Mike is charged with driving innovation and thought leadership by enhancing our client service model and providing guidance on the development of distinctive client offerings,” said Andrew Appel, chief executive officer of Aon Consulting, in the announcement. “Roger will serve as vice chairman of Aon Consulting U.S. In this role, he will focus on better meeting the needs of key clients in large and multinational markets.”
Gulotta currently serves as executive relationship manager for a number of Aon Consulting’s largest clients. He is a member of the Executive Global Operating Committee, Aon Consulting’s executive leadership team. Gulotta joined the organization in 2000, when Actuarial Sciences Associates (ASA) merged with Aon. At that time, he had been ASA’s president and chief executive officer for 16 years.
Vaughn becomes vice chairman, moving from his current position as president of Aon Consulting US. He is also a member of Aon Consulting’s Global Operating Committee. Vaughn joined Aon Consulting as an actuary in 1977.
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