Parker Beauchamp is a fifth-generation insurance professional committed to transforming how the insurance industry does business. He leads by example in the development of solutions that benefit customers and communities.
Beauchamp is the CEO of INGUARD, a forward-thinking insurance and risk management firm. INGUARD is an insurtech ecosystem that connects + partners with insurance carriers, technology companies and startups. It provides unparalleled ideas, products and services to its partners + policyholders in all 50 U.S. states and abroad.
He has 15 years of industry experience and a personal portfolio of clientele who require complex insurance and risk management strategies, including high net worth individuals, celebrities, athletes and their companies.
Licensed in property/casualty, life, and health, Beauchamp writes for outlets such as The Huffington Post, Insurance Journal and WealthManagement.com about topics regarding the ways insurance technology and service must change in order to survive and thrive. Beauchamp’s recent articles include:
Beauchamp is a Level 5 Advisor with certifications such as a Certified Benefits and Wellness Advisor (CBWA), Master Certified WorkComp Advisor (MCWCA), Certified WorkComp Advisor (CWCA) and Agribusiness and Farm Insurance Specialist (AFIS). Additionally, Beauchamp was named one of Insurance Business America magazine’s "Young Guns" in 2015.
A native of Wabash, Beauchamp holds a master’s degree from Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue University and a bachelor's degree in agricultural economics from Purdue University.
Beauchamp was recently awarded Distinguished Citizen by Grow Wabash County for being a leader who has made a positive and indelible mark on his community through philanthropic and environmental work. In partnership with Manchester University, Beauchamp opened a co-working space at INGUARD’s headquarters earlier this year. The space is home to an insurtech incubator, offering fellowships to insurtech startups.
In his spare time, Parker enjoys volunteering for a variety of nonprofits, including Indiana Landmarks, The Honeywell Foundation, MUSE School, First Merchants Bank, Indiana University Kokomo, Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership and Manchester University.