Ronda L. Chuoke

    Ronda L. Chuoke

    Vice President, Marine Cargo Underwriting & Compliance

    As Vice President, Cargo Underwriting & Compliance, Ronda Chuoke began her marine insurance career in 1986. She is an approved Lloyd’s cover holder and manages the cargo underwriting for Roanoke Underwriting under its binding authority with the Watkins Syndicate. Ronda is a licensed insurance broker and is responsible for developing and maintaining standard policy forms for Roanoke. She also analyzes and distributes underwriting updates, as well as writes and/or edits marine documentation for distribution to Roanoke’s clients. Periodically, Ronda conducts marine training classes for Roanoke staff.

    Hard working and highly energetic, Ronda earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas in 1993 while balancing her studies with a demanding career at Roanoke. Ronda’s efforts have affected Roanoke‘s policies and procedures throughout the country. Her indepth understanding of the mechanics of business and the specific needs of the insurance industry make her a valuable asset to both Roanoke and its clients.

    Roanoke Underwriting is a division of Roanoke Insurance Group Inc., specializing in insurance and bond solutions for international trade and transportation. Roanoke is a subsidiary of Munich Re as well as an affiliate of Munich Re Syndicate, Ltd., and is the North American primary insurer of marine insurance and customs bonds for this worldwide organization. Roanoke Insurance Group employs approximately 200 employees across 10 U.S. locations with its focus on providing targeted insurance solutions backed by agile service and technology.

    As I see it, most operation issues revolve around customer service. When we’re streamlined, cost effective and our staff is well trained, we provide better service and rates. Putting the customer first in everything is my job!
    – Ronda Chuoke

    Insurance Licenses

    • Texas
    • Non-Resident Licenses: Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi,
      New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee


    • Extensive writing of internal Roanoke procedure manuals