Ms. Schubert recently retired as the President of The Surety and Fidelity Association of America (“SFAA”), where she led the nonprofit, nonpartisan trade association as a tireless advocate for the value of surety and fidelity bonding and its vital protections throughout the United States and internationally for over twenty-two years.
Throughout her career, Ms. Schubert has been an unparalleled promoter of the construction industry and a developer of minority and women-owned businesses. She helped create the Model Contractor Development Program to make bonding accessible to all qualified contractors.
James S. Burger, President of Service stated, “Lynn is a titan of the surety industry and we are extremely honored to have her join our Board. Her philosophy of embracing and continuously promoting the need for using best practices in risk allocation and in subcontractor payments aligns very well with Service’s mission of providing superior, customized service to our clients.”
Ms. Schubert received the Martin J. Andrew Award for Lifetime Achievement from the American Bar Association Fidelity & Surety Law Committee, the Women Builders Council Champion Award, and the Private Sector Leadership Award from the Jamaica Business Resource Center.
She holds a degree (cum laude) in business administration from East Carolina University and a law degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Ms. Schubert currently serves as an advisor to Women In Surety.
About The Service Insurance Company
For over 30 years, The Service Insurance Company has been dedicated to providing customized surety bond solutions and exceptional customer service to small, mid-sized, and emerging businesses. As a privately owned and operated company, Service provides direct decision-making access to its clients, without the bureaucracy and multiple approval authorities required of most large surety companies. Service is an A.M. Best (A) rated company (AMB# 010631) (reaffirmed in October of 2021) and is licensed to issue contract (bid, performance, payment and maintenance) and commercial (license, payment and court) bonds in twenty states and the District of Columbia.
Visit The Service Insurance Company at www.serviceinsurancecompany.com.