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Some of our 2022 Risk All Stars managed risk for major projects. Others won by showing how much they care about people.
An educator of the next generation of risk managers, Jack Hampton, a 2018 Risk All Star winner, joined a declining risk management program. Then he made it thrive.
2018 Risk All Star Alumine Bellone’s due diligence aided Ardent Health Services in a successful year of growth and acquisition, going from 14 hospitals in three states to 31 in seven.
Creativity helped 2018 Risk All Star Dianne Howard find effective and affordable ways to protect her district, and the thousands of schoolchildren it serves.
James Curbeam, one of the 2018 Risk All Star winners, knew the only way to achieve true ERM was by making every department aware of how their risks intertwined.
2018 Risk All Star Rosa Royo finds the balance between cost control and high-quality care for injured workers.
Under the guidance of 2018 Risk All Star Craig Melnick, Goodyear weathered Hurricane Harvey without a hitch and stayed on track for quarterly closing.
2018 Risk All Star winner Ryan Bank leads a coalition that’s helping insurers and government agencies better understand severe weather risks.
Kevin Farthing, a 2018 Risk All Star, solved his staff’s high rate of musculoskeletal injuries, saving more than $500K in annual workers’ comp costs.
For a staffing company with claims out of control, Kathleen Peck tore the program down and built it back up to achieve success, which earned her a 2018 Risk All Star designation.
The 2017 Risk All Stars strengthened their organizations by taking ownership of improved risk management processes and not quitting until they were in place.
Creativity, perseverance and passion distinguish the winners of the 2017 Risk All Star award.
Chico’s risk manager wasn’t afraid to change important relationships.
The University of California’s Courtney Claflin is putting on a clinic in captive management.
Faith Cring makes sure she educates underwriters about her agricultural cooperative’s risks. She also insists on complete transparency.
Cable One’s Michelle Bennett is very good at forming relationships, both inside and outside of her company.
With diligent prep work and high emotional intelligence, Kevin Moss cut Michelin’s outstanding reserves nearly in half.
Steve Richards masterfully recalibrated Coca-Cola’s workers’ comp program when the company rapidly added 25 locations and thousands of new employees.
Frank Russo integrated risk management throughout his company, building a strong and collaborative risk culture.
Joseph J. Mazza has cut repetitive motion workers’ comp claims in half by training in ergonomics.
XL Catlin’s Simon Argent leads a team that is giving the company’s business leaders much better information on political and credit risk.