John P. Fielding is of counsel in Steptoe’s Washington, D.C, office, where he is a member of the Government Affairs & Public Policy Group, focusing on government relations. John’s primary focus is on insurance and financial services legislative and regulatory matters. He represents financial services companies, insurers, insurance brokers, and industry trade associations on matters before Congress and before industry regulators at both the state and federal levels.
John also counsels clients with respect to federal ethics laws, including congressional lobbying rules, the Lobbying Disclosure Act, the Federal Election Campaign Act, and the Foreign Agents Registration Act. He has advised firm clients on the formation of political action committees, the recent changes to the lobbying laws, and related compliance matters.
John serves on the board of directors of the National Insurance Producer Registry and is a frequent speaker on insurance regulatory reform, agent-broker issues, privacy laws, and the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act. He has spoken before the International Association of Privacy Professionals, the National Association of Insurance Commissioners, the American Law Institute, and other public and private organizations.
Jason Hewlett Leadership Expert, Author, and Speaker Hall of Fame Jason is the author of the Facebook post entitled, “I Saw My Wife at Target Today,” which has been seen by more than 100 million people. A recent, and one of the youngest inductees in the prestigious Speaker Hall of Fame, his talks inspire leadership from the perspective of a Promise, while giving attendees an engaging, entertaining, and educational experience all in one.
With over 2,000 presentations for Fortune 500 companies and clients such as American Express, Delta Airlines, the Salt Lake Olympics, Experian, NuSkin, Younique, Coca Cola and Wells Fargo, Jason Hewlett is your go-to solution for a keynote, entertainment, and emcee.
Kristine Lilly 2x World Cup Champion and 2x Olympic Gold Medal Winner
Kristine Lilly is one of the greatest female soccer players in the history of the game. She retired as a player in 2010 but is still the world’s all-time leader in international appearances, male or female, with 354. She was the first player in U.S. history to hit 100, 200, and 300 caps, the final number being previously unimaginable.
With 130 career goals, she is third all-time in U.S. history and the all-time leader in minutes played. She has worn the U.S. uniform for 28,874 minutes. Remarkably, she appeared for the USA in four different decades and was both the youngest and oldest player ever to score for the U.S. Women’s National Team. She played in five World Cups— winning in 1991 and 1999—and her 30 all-time matches in World Cup play is still a U.S. record. She also played 16 matches over three Olympic Games and won two Olympic gold medals, in 1996 and 2004.
John Sileo Cybersecurity Expert
John Sileo left hi-tech consulting and became an entrepreneur to reclaim his greatest priority—being present for his family. Six successful years, a thriving $2 million business and two precious daughters later, he lost it all to cybercrime.
Because the cybercriminal masked the crimes using John’s identity, Sileo was held responsible for the felonies committed. The losses destroyed his company, decimated his finances, and consumed two years as he fought to stay out of jail. And from these bitter circumstances, Sileo made lemonade.
Sileo is an award-winning author and highly sought after cyber expert from 60 Minutes to the Pentagon, USA Today to Rachel Ray. His satisfied clients include a who’s who of the Fortune 1000, government, associations and small business. The CEO of a Denver-based cyber think tank, an honors graduate from Harvard University, and an inductee into the National Speakers Hall of Fame, John still values his remarkable wife and highly spirited daughters over all other successes.
Jack Zemp, CPCU Allianz Global Assistance USA and General Counsel of Jefferson Insurance Company
Jack Zemp is vice president and chief legal counsel at Americas for Allianz Global Assistance USA and general counsel of Jefferson Insurance Company. He also serves as co-chair of USTiA’s Law and Regulation Committee. Before joining Allianz Global Assistance, Jack worked for several insurance consulting groups, in private practice, and as general counsel for the New Hampshire Insurance Department.
Jack graduated from University of New Hampshire Law School in 1994 and became a Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) in 1996. In 1999, he received his MBA from Boston College. In 2018, he was inducted into the Federation of Regulatory Counsel (FORC).