Position: Executive Vice President and Head of U.S. Businesses

Caroline Feeney leads Prudential’s U.S. Businesses. These businesses provide financial advice and develop, distribute and service income and protection solutions for individuals and institutional clients. The U.S. Businesses comprise Group Insurance, Individual Life Insurance, Prudential Retirement Strategies, Assurance IQ, the Retail Advice and Solutions organization, as well as key functions which include Prudential’s global Marketing organization, Enabling Solutions and The Transformation Office.

Prior to her current role, Caroline was CEO, U.S. Insurance and Retirement Businesses, and prior to that was Head of Prudential’s Individual Solutions Group.

Caroline is Prudential’s representative for the National Association for Female Executives and serves on its Executive Roundtable. She also represents Prudential as co-chair of the Board of the Alliance for Lifetime Income and the LL Global Board of Directors, where she serves on the Executive committee and as Chair of the Membership committee. Within Prudential, Caroline is the executive sponsor of Women Empowered, Prudential’s employee-focused business resource group. As a trustee of Prudential’s Corporate Social Responsibility Oversight Committee, she helps guide the company’s foundation and its investments to strengthen communities and realize Prudential’s belief that financial security should be within reach for everyone. She is also chair of the board of PruVen Capital, an independently managed venture fund backed by Prudential.

Caroline is a member of Fortune’s Most Powerful Women, has been recognized by Working Mother magazine as Prudential’s Working Mother of the Year, by Executive Women of New Jersey as Prudential’s Policy Maker, and was a recipient of the Women of Excellence P&L Award from the National Association of Female Executives. In 2018, she became the first woman to receive the Round Table of New York’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

During her career with Prudential, Caroline has held several field leadership positions and home office executive roles. This included president of Prudential Advisors, which is Prudential’s national sales organization comprising more than 3,000 financial professionals, advisors and fee-based financial planners.

Caroline earned her MBA from Columbia University and a bachelor’s degree from Bucknell University. She holds the Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant designations.

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