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This risk manager wants to see the risk management profession become as respected a career path as being a banker, lawyer or engineer.
Rodney Escobar, director of risk management for the state of Tennessee, believes that to fuel successful risk management programs, risk managers must become savvy about using data to gain leadership buy-in.
This director of corporate operations believes risk management has done a great job of filling the talent gap, but it can do more to adopt helpful technologies into the fold.
This risk manager for Groupon says the ability within risk and insurance to innovate helps drive her focus and execute her vision.
Hanesbrands Inc.’s Vicki Telford talks AI, the hardening market, and the peril of reputational risk in the age of social media.
Joey Hayles of Crestwood Equity Partners talks technology, regulatory tribulations and the transition to a carbon-free future.
As risk manager for a cloud computing and software company, Laurie LeLack knows that the interconnected economy and cyber security remain top risks.
Pinnacle Entertainment’s VP of enterprise risk management says he’s inspired by Disney’s approach to risk management.
Maila Aganon is the personification of the American dream. The vice president of treasury and risk for Caesars Entertainment Corp. immigrated from the Philippines and worked her way to the top.
Susan Hiteshew embraces the dynamic nature of her role and says the risk management community must put increased focus on integrating high-level concepts into day to day operations.
This senior risk manager values his role in helping Varian Medical Systems support research and technologies in the fight against cancer.
After witnessing the aftermath of medical error firsthand, Jeff Driver dedicated himself to reducing risk and promoting prevention in health care.
Wawa’s Director of Risk Management knows that harnessing data and analytics will be key to surviving the rapid pace of change that heralds new risk exposures.
After 20 years in the business, Navy Pier’s Director of Risk Management values her relationships in the industry more than ever.
Verizon’s risk manager David Cammarata loves when his team can make a real impact on the bottom line.
After 20 years on the job, TransUnion’s Joon Sung knows that risk management success is based in part on the quality of relationships with brokers, carriers and other risk professionals.
“Every experience — good, bad or indifferent — led me here and has put me in a position to make a real difference in our organization both personally and professionally.”
Drawn to the industry since college, Elisa Atwell, the risk manager for a Fortune 500 company, is at the pinnacle of her career.
At McKesson, Jane Sandler blends her passions for risk management and health care to help the organization develop innovative, forward-thinking solutions.
Mary Anne Hilliard has served in several risk management and safety positions with Children’s National, and says keeping kids safe and healthy is a fulfilling reward.
Facebook’s global risk manager is motivated by the positive change she helps her company create in the world.
Amanda Lagatta, Target’s director of insurance and claims, was drawn to risk management in high school and praises the value of college graduate risk management programs.
Skanska USA Building’s VP of Insurance and Surety knows that sharing data helps combat risk of all kinds.
Foster Farms’ director, corporate treasurer knows that risk managers need to graduate from a “necessary evil” to a true business partner in their companies.
David Hornaday knows risk managers have to be more fluent and competent in the financial world. Just procuring insurance isn’t enough anymore.
GM’s Global Director of Risk and Insurance Alan Gier went from assembling cars to structuring insurance programs.