President of KCIC
Jonathan Terrell is the Founder and President of KCIC, a technology and management consulting company based in Washington, D.C. KCIC provides data-driven solutions to corporations in managing product liabilities through deploying litigation management platforms, providing related consulting services, and expert testimony. Areas of expertise include valuing and managing insurance assets, and legacy liabilities from asbestos, talc, PFOS, drug and medical devices and sex abuse.
Mr. Terrell has more than 38 years of international financial services experience with a multi-disciplinary background in accounting, finance and insurance. Prior to founding KCIC in 2002, he worked at Zurich Insurance Group, JP Morgan, and PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
In addition to leading KCIC's business operations, Mr. Terrell is in demand as an expert witness in disputes involving insurance company reorganizations, economic damage calculations, and insurance coverage valuation. He also writes extensively on KCIC’s blog about industry-related topics, as well as on entrepreneurship, diversity and inclusion, and organizational health.
Mr. Terrell’s philanthropic interests include the pro-life movement, anti-human-sex-trafficking organizations, pediatric and adolescent mental health, and promoting the traditional Latin Mass. He currently serves as President of the local chapter of Legatus, Board Chair for Fair Girls (an anti-human-sex-trafficking organization), and advisor to the Human Trafficking Legal Center. Previously he has served as a board member of Live Action, as President of the U.S. Friends of the University of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, board member of the Paulus Institute for the Propagation of Sacred Liturgy, the Corporate Advisory Council of Children's National Health System and as a cub scout leader. He lives in Washington, D.C., with his wife and two sons. An avid endurance athlete, he completed the 2018 World Marathon Challenge running seven marathons, in seven days, on all seven continents. Mr. Terrell dedicated the race to raising awareness about pediatric mental health and to raising $1million for the new inpatient mental health unit at Children's National.