Carolyn Monroe has been named president of San Francisco-based Old Republic Title Holding Co. (ORTHC) and its subsidiaries.
Previously, Monroe served the company as executive vice president and Southwest division manager.
Monroe is a 33-year veteran of the title insurance industry. During her career, she has held significant management and leadership positions involving oversight and profitability for numerous offices in the Southwest.
She has served as president of the New Mexico NAIOP, a commercial real estate development association, and as chairman of the board for Albuquerque Economic Development and the Economic Forum. She has been a director of the Texas Land Title Association and is a former president of the New Mexico Land Title Association. She is a current member of the American Land Title Association.
In her new role, Monroe will lead ORTHC's direct and agency operations in Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. She succeeds R. Wayne Shupe, who will be retiring in early 2016 after a long and distinguished career.