HONOLULU, HAWAI‘I — Hawai`i Employers’ Mutual Insurance Company (HEMIC) is pleased to announce the hiring of Todd Nacapuy as Chief Information Officer. Mr. Nacapuy most recently served in the public sector, as Chief Information Officer in the State of Hawai`i’s Office of Enterprise Technology Services.

“It has been a tremendous honor to serve the State of Hawai`i as its CIO and I thank Governor Ige for the opportunity,” says Todd Nacapuy. “I would also like to thank the employees at the Office of Enterprise Technology Services (ETS) for their hard work and dedication. Together, we made meaningful progress toward Governor Ige’s vision of modernizing the State’s systems. I am excited about returning to the private sector and I look forward to making a meaningful contribution to the HEMIC organization.”

HEMIC is the largest workers’ compensation insurance carrier in the state of Hawai`i, caring for over 6,700 businesses and 75,000 workers across the Hawaiian Islands. As an industry leader, HEMIC has a focus on the strategic use of technology to improve operational effectiveness, efficiency and customer service.

Says Marty Welch, HEMIC CEO, “We are delighted to have someone with Todd’s capabilities leading our organization’s technological advancements. While HEMIC has always prided itself on being a market leader, we know that we must continue to innovate in order to serve Hawai`i employers well into the future. Todd’s energy and experience will be valuable assets for us as we further grow and diversify our company.”

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About HEMIC

HEMIC is the State of Hawai`i’s leading workers’ compensation insurance company, caring for more than 6,700 businesses and 75,000 workers across the Hawaiian Islands. Rated “A” for financial strength by A.M. Best, HEMIC is a mutual insurance company and has returned more than $34.5 million dollars in dividends to its policyholders over the past twelve years. An expert in safety, HEMIC helps employers prevent workplace injuries as well as care for injured workers.