Bettina Cramm is a German businesswoman who is currently the Director at AXA. Bettina has over 25 years of experience in the insurance and healthcare industries.
Cramm started their career in 1984 as a Medizinisch-technischer Assistent at the DKD Deutsche Klinik für Diagnostik. Bettina then transitioned to DBV-Winterthur Versicherung AG in 1995, where they worked for 12 years as a Diplom-Medizinpädagogin. In 2007, they became an Aufsichtsratsmitglied at DBV-Vermittlungsgesellschaft für Versicherungen und Vermögensbildung mbH, and also took on a role as AN-Vertreter im AR. The following year, they joined DBV-Winterthur Krankenversicherung as an Aufsichtsratsmitglied. Bettina held both roles until 2008, when they left to join AXA as their Director.
Under Cramm’s leadership, AXA has become one of the leading insurance companies in Germany. Bettina is widely respected in the industry for their knowledge and expertise, and is a strong advocate for consumer rights.
Bettina Cramm has a Diplom in Medizinpädagogik from The Martin Luther University of Halle-Wittenberg.