RYZE Claim Solutions’ executive leaders are vital to our continued success.


Anthony “Tony” Grippa

Chief Executive Officer

Anthony “Tony” Grippa, Chief Executive Officer, joined RYZE Claim Solutions in April 2020 after serving as a Senior Advisor at Dowling & Hales. Previously, Tony was Regional President for Brown & Brown, Inc., where his responsibilities included direct oversight of 19 retail insurance offices around the United States with combined revenue of more than $150 million. During this time Tony was also the National Benefits Leader for Brown & Brown, Inc. In addition, he was responsible for Wright Public Risk and Wright Specialty.


Mark Shealy

Chief Financial Officer / Chief Operating Officer

Mark Shealy, Chief Financial Officer / Chief Operating Officer, joined RYZE from the property and casualty insurance industry, where he most recently held the position of COO, CFO, and Treasurer for Avatar Partners. Mark has been involved in the successful creation and startup operations of nine regulated insurance entities and two ancillary service companies and the acquisition of seven regulated insurance entities. Mark has more than 25 year of experience in oversight and policy decision-making related to the operation of Florida property and casualty insurance companies.


Chance Rueger

Executive Vice President

Chance Rueger, Executive Vice President, joined RYZE in April 2020 after serving as the COO of Considerable.com, a new media brand for people who are redefining what it means to grow older and are looking forward to what’s next. He also works for Dowling Capital Management, a private equity and venture capital firm specializing in investments in early-stage, later-stage, mature, emerging growth companies in the insurance industry. Chance serves on the board of several portfolio companies.

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