2015 Risk All Stars
Angeli Mancuso: On a Mission to Revitalize (+Responsibility Leader)
Manager, Employee Health & Safety, Cottage Health System
By getting the board of directors behind a goal to decrease patient-handling injuries, Angeli Mancuso has improved employees’ quallity of life.
Timothy Fischer: With Military Precision (+Responsibility Leader)
Tim Fischer was given nine months to address the risk implications of a sizable spin-off.
Tim Kirsch overhauled his company’s safety mission, protecting drivers on the road while slashing workers’ comp claims costs.
The urgent need for a creative solution inspired one Risk All Star to create a unique excess casualty program with benefits on several levels.
Jennifer Cable’s degree is in opera performance. She is also a risk management maestro.
Tracey Gasper: Service Centered (+Responsibility Leader)
This risk manager’s savings for her company can be measured in the millions.
Elizabeth Queen: Building a Unified Travel Program (+Responsibility Leader)
With an existing program now spread enterprise-wide, traveling employees have an improved experience, while the company enjoys lower costs and reduced risk.
One Risk All Star took on the daunting challenge of quickly relocating a sprawling headquarters, and without a single moment of down time.
David Brooks quantifies and manages risks across every industry and product offered by XL Catlin.
Brent Cooley: Shakespeare Minus the Tragedy (+Responsibility Leader)
A series of potentially high-severity events drove the push to launch a safety organization that will help keep theater students safe for years to come.
New to her position in risk management, Rytec’s Kris Finell set about correcting just about everything she could get her hands on.
Albert Fierro: The Fruits of Long, Hard Labor (+Responsibility Leader)
With decades of expertise in captive insurance, Albert Fierro was the ideal person to help AARP rein in its rising workers’ compensation costs.
Adding role playing to training efforts helped Kimpton Hotels’ risk manager teach employees how to avoid mistakes that drive up the cost of claims.
Treasury now drives risk management throughout Meritor’s business units, thanks to the efforts of Todd Chirillo.
Florida’s insurance pool members can rest easy that, thanks to Jeannie Garner’s initiative, they can bounce back in the face of severe storms.
When staff reductions and organizational change made strong leadership imperative, Amanda Lagatta rose to the challenge.