Shelby Clark, founder and CEO of the Peers network of sharing economy professionals, will speak at a session on risk and insurance in the sharing economy at the 2016 AAIS Main Event conference, April 24-36 in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Previously, Shelby was founder of RelayRides (now named Turo), the world's first online car-sharing marketplace, and was CEO of MetroMile, a pay-by-the-mile insurance company.
In his current role, Shelby was involved in the launch of the Peers Homesharing Liability Insurance policy, an insurance product designed to address home-sharing exposures not covered by standard homeowners policies.
At the Main Event, he will be describing risks arising from innovations of the sharing economy and the evolving role of insurance in addressing them.
Before devoting himself to sharing economy enterprises, Shelby worked as a management consultant for Oliver Wyman. He holds an MBA from Harvard University and a bachelor's degree from Northwestern University,where he attended on a swimming scholarship.
Registration for the Main Event will open in January 2016.
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