Milwaukee-based Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. has appointed Milwaukee entrepreneur and philanthropist Andy Nunemaker to its board, the company announced this week.
Nunemaker, currently vice president of product development for benefits solutions at University Park, Illinois-based Applied Systems, is one of two new board appointments announced by the Milwaukee-based life insurance company this week.
Timothy Murphy, general counsel for Mastercard, has also joined Northwestern Mutual’s board.
Their appointments took effect Sep. 21.
"Tim and Andy each bring valuable perspectives to our company's board," said Northwestern Mutual chairman, president and chief executive officer John Schlifske. "Tim's legal and business management expertise and Andy's experience as a proven innovator will provide important insights as we continue to deliver an exceptional client experience to help people become more financially secure."
Nunemaker founded and was CEO of West Allis-based Dynamis Corp. before it was acquired by Applied Systems in October 2018. Applied Systems sells agency management software for insurance agencies that provides insurance automation and data exchange among brokerages, insurers and clients.
Earlier this year, Nunemaker was part of a group of investors that purchased Glendale-based Sprecher Brewing Co. Inc. from its founder and former CEO Randy Sprecher.
Nunemaker sits on the board of directors for Valparaiso University and is board chair for the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra.