Cameron Jacox

As Vice President of Growth, Cameron and his team are responsible for scaling Lark's innovations to those who need them. Cameron Jacox was named "Top 30 Under 30" in Insurance. Prior to Lark, Cameron served as employee #4 and Vice President at MyFinance (acquired by Bankrate NYSE: RATE), and for 5 years as co-founder of InforcePro (acquired by Covr Technologies), an insurance technology company that brought policyholders online services to manage their policies for the first time. Jacox also serves as Advisor at FindBob (Series A) and AppSumo (Series B). Cameron has led a series of teams to rapidly scale early and growth-stage VC-backed companies to commercial success, averaging 19% month over month grow. Cameron has spoken and written widely on Growth & has been a contributor in Entrepreneur and Forbes magazines. He was named Top 30 under 30 in Insurance and was an inaugural speaker at the first Insuretech conference. He received his B.Sc in Management from Babson. When he's not working, Cameron rides his Harley, runs marathons, and spends time with his much better half.

Cameron is on the Forbes San Francisco Business Council, where he contributes and mentors local entrepreneurs, as well as a mentor at Station Houston and the TMCx - Texas Medical Center Innovation.

Cameron's Forbes profile is available here. 

The Wall Street Journal reported on InforcePro's first $4 million haul and Insurance News reported on InforcePro’s acquisition by Covr Financial in 2017.

InsightSquared reported on how InforcePro scaled and empowered it's team of sales reps through analytics.

Silicon Hills reported on InforcePro's $4m Series A.

Jacox founded InforcePro from his college dorm and helped lead the growth of the company to a software business with over 50 employees based in Austin, Texas. He led InforcePro through $7.25M of venture financing & to impact thousands of customers across North America while coming to monitor millions of insurance policies. It was acquired in 2017 by Covr Financial.


Bankrate Inc. has quietly acquired upstart MyFinance and is in the process of integrating its tools to provide a consolidated offering, a person with direct knowledge of the deal told Benzinga. A formal announcement is expected in the coming weeks.

The two had rivaled for a share of the market for lead generation among financial companies. Bankrate publishes educational resources and product comparison tools, while MyFinance generates algorithm-based advertisements. With the acquisition of MyFinance, Bankrate will now be able to innovate faster on its popular mortgage related tables and other products.

The founders of MyFinance came from startup FindTheBest, which later became Graphiq and was acquired by, Inc. AMZN 0.64% in June 2017. They left FindTheBest before the Amazon acquisition.