Brown & Brown Names John Newhouse President of Minnesota Property & Casualty

Property & Casualty

Brown & Brown Names John Newhouse President of Minnesota Property & Casualty

MINNEAPOLIS, May 6, 2022 – Brown & Brown names John Newhouse president of Minnesota property & casualty.

“John is a founder of Hays Companies, which was acquired by Brown & Brown in 2018, and is a key member of the leadership team,” comments Mary Raveling, national president of property & casualty. “John has long held the respect of our teammates, customers and business partners. We pride ourselves on doing what is best for our teammates and customers, which perfectly defines John’s leadership style.”

In his new role, John will continue to focus on the foundational building blocks of our culture—strong relationships and proactive service to meet our customers’ evolving risk management needs. John will guide marketing, sales, customer service and overall business growth while maintaining long-term relationships and making new connections. In addition, as a proven leader and professional mentor, he will work on recruiting and developing talent to foster innovative strategies, addressing the dynamic landscape for businesses of all sizes and industries.

“I am honored and humbled to take on this important role. Since the company’s start, our goals have been simple—bring forth creative ideas to better service our customers and help them address their risk management challenges while also prioritizing the well-being of our teammates,” said John. “We will continue to evolve as an organization, and I look forward to the future and working with some of the greatest talent in the industry.”

About Brown & Brown, Inc.

Brown & Brown, Inc. (NYSE: BRO) is a leading insurance brokerage firm, delivering risk management solutions to individuals and businesses since 1939. With more than 12,000 teammates in 350+ locations across the U.S. and select global markets, we are committed to providing innovative strategies to help protect what our customers value most. For more information, please visit