December 14

8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Embassy Suites OKC Downtown Medical Center
741 North Phillips Avenue
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104

Meet our 2023 Oklahoma Insurance Day Speakers

Insurance Commissioner Glen Mulready


Glen Mulready serves as Oklahoma’s 13th insurance commissioner. He was recently unopposed in his bid for reelection and began his second term as insurance commissioner in 2023. A former state legislator and longtime insurance professional, Glen was first elected to the state-wide position in 2019.

His background includes eight years as a state representative, where he quickly became the point person for the House of Representatives on insurance issues. Glen passed legislation that expanded insurance options and resulted in more insurance companies offering services in the state. Seeking to improve the Oklahoma business climate, Glen sponsored the Insurance Business Transfer (IBT) Act, now law, and is recognized as one of the most innovative pieces of insurance legislation nationally.

As Commissioner, Glen has brought a business-like, bottom-line approach to budgeting and management of the Insurance Department. He continues to focus on providing a strong and competitive market to give Oklahomans choices when shopping for products to meet their family’s needs.

Glen, his wife Sally, and their three grown sons reside in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Mark Bradshaw


Mark Bradshaw is a former long-time television news anchor in Oklahoma. He was at KTUL in Tulsa for 27 years. He and his wife Michelle, who’s a realtor, also lived in Las Vegas, Virginia, Texas, Oregon and California. They have three married sons who all live in Oklahoma, and they are blessed with five grandchildren…so far. Mark is an avid photographer, who sells prints and posters of his work. He and Michelle love to travel to our national parks and podcast about their adventures.

Troy Downing


Troy Downing was elected Montana State Auditor in 2020. As the State Auditor and Commissioner of Securities and Insurance, Troy Downing oversees the criminal justice agency protecting Montana’s consumers by ensuring fairness, transparency, and access for two of the state’s largest industries—securities and insurance. Commissioner Downing is committed to consumer education and advocacy, holding bad actors accountable, lowering insurance costs, and reducing unnecessary regulations for Montana businesses.

Steve Kinion


Steve became Oklahoma’s captive insurance director in November 2022. Every year since 2014, Captive Review magazine has named Steve as one of the 50 most influential figures in the global captive insurance industry. Captive Review named him as the inaugural recipient of the Captive Industry Advocate in 2016. His experience has already brought Oklahoma a 25% net gain of captive insurers from January through September 2023. Steve holds the Associate in Captive Insurance designation, the highest professional designation for captive insurance. He is a veteran retiring from the U.S. Army Reserve at the rank of lieutenant colonel.

Paul Martin


Paul Martin is Vice President, State Relations for the Reinsurance Association of America (RAA).  He is responsible for promoting RAA public policy positions to state regulators. Prior to joining the RAA in 2019, Mr. Martin was Senior Regional Vice President-State Affairs, National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC).  Mr. Martin earned a Juris Doctor from the University of Miami School of Law, and a B.S. from Vanderbilt University.

Ashley Scott


Ashley Scott was appointed as the Government and Community Affairs Director at OID in June 2020, where she is responsible for the advancement of its annual legislative agenda, development of agency rules, and coordination of policy initiatives with key insurance stakeholders. During the 15 years she has served the State of Oklahoma, Ashley has earned a reputation for integrity, authenticity, and diligence. Previously, Ashley served as the legislative liaison at the Oklahoma State Department of Health and has a long history of policy work at the Oklahoma State Capitol. Ashley’s expertise and dedication make her a valuable asset to OID, contributing to effective government and community relations.