CEO of INGUARD. My personal portfolio focuses on clientele who require extremely complex insurance + risk management strategies.
Parker Beauchamp is a fifth generation insurance professional committed to transforming how the insurance industry does business and leading by example.
CEO of INGUARD, a forward-thinking insurance and risk management firm, Beauchamp has 15 years of industry experience and a personal portfolio of clientele who require complex insurance and risk management strategies, such as high net worth individuals, celebrities, athletes and their companies.
Licensed in property/casualty, as well as life and health, Beauchamp writes on how insurance technology and service must change to survive and thrive for outlets like The Huffington Post, Insurance Journal and WealthManagement.com. Beauchamp’s recent articles include:
Beauchamp is a Level 5 Advisor with certifications 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.
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.
He is currently a director and chair of Indiana Landmarks' Strategic Planning, Engagement, Executive and Development Committees, as well as Vice Chairman of the organization. He also holds a senior position on The Honeywell Foundation’s Leadership Committee and chairs its Committee of Thirty, is on the Board of Directors at MUSE School, serves on the advisory boards for First Merchants Bank and Indiana University Kokomo in Wabash County, is a Regional Opportunities Council Member at Northeast Indiana Regional Partnership, and is a member of Manchester University's President's Leadership Council.