Amy Vitale has been named Chief Legal Officer at The Beacon Mutual Insurance Company. Vitale joined Beacon Mutual in 2012, and after serving as the Associate General Counsel, was promoted to General Counsel in 2017, and Chief Legal Officer in 2022.
“Amy has been a trusted leader at Beacon Mutual for over a decade. She is a proven advisor with a business-minded approach, exceptional legal acumen, and experience in governance and compliance matters. As we continue to drive innovative workers’ compensation products and services, her expertise in legal and business issues will continue to be vital to our success,” said Brian J. Spero, President & CEO at The Beacon Mutual Insurance Company.
As Chief Legal Officer, Vitale oversees Beacon’s legal department and fulfillment of its mission to advise the company on corporate, regulatory and legal matters. She provides counsel to Beacon’s Board of Directors, senior management and business units, and strategizes with other members of Beacon’s C-Suite to support innovative business solutions, optimize risk, and maximize growth opportunities. Vitale develops and aligns legal and business strategies in order to build a strong corporate culture and achieve Beacon’s corporate vision and goals. She leads the corporate legal strategy and delivery of legal services, while cultivating Beacon’s relationships with government, community and business leaders.
Before joining Beacon Mutual, Vitale previously practiced law at Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP. During her tenure, she represented Rhode Island and Massachusetts state-chartered financial institutions, national banks, and other mortgage banking and consumer finance entities. She provided counsel to Rhode Island and Massachusetts insurance companies, agents and brokers with regard to corporate, licensing, regulatory and other compliance and contract issues. She also advised clients regarding commercial real estate matters.
“I am pleased to expand my role with our talented senior leadership team and I look forward to contributing to the achievement of Beacon Mutual’s long-term goals,” said Vitale.
Vitale holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Providence College and a Law Degree from The George Washington University School of Law.