A merger, a pandemic, regulatory standards and more. How Aimbridge Hospitality’s Sherri Johnson navigated difficult times.
Quick, focused action by this public sector risk manager no doubt saved lives for the City of Oklahoma City.
QBE North America’s Robert McDade thinks outside the box to manage risk.
Quick thinking and a willingness to learn enabled this risk manager to protect her employees without any COVID-related litigation.
During a pandemic that caused many shutdowns, Avis’s Suzanne Panicoe took her risk responsibilities to the next level.
Children’s Hospital of Colorado’s Bryan Storey implemented a new program that keeps patients in the know and medical staff safe.
A merger involving tens of thousands of employees gets smoothed out by a director of workers’ compensation.
Marsh’s Sarah Griffith shares her story, from her roots at AIG during the 2008 recession to her successes as a broker working through the pandemic.
Susan Webb made her mark as a Workers’ Compensation Power Broker by being an acute listener, and helping clients navigate the complex workers’ comp legal and regulatory environment.
The team at Saint Peter’s Health Care System revamped its workers’ comp program to great success — reducing injuries by 58% in four years.
Another year brings us another set of exceptional workers’ compensation programs to honor and emulate.
Stephens Insurance broker Brian Chance details his unexpected path to the industry and explains why it aligns with what makes him tick.
Jeff Breskin of EPIC shares his brokering story, from his roots at Liberty Mutual through his dedication as a broker in the workers’ comp space.
Headquartered in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, World Insurance has roughly 20 offices in New Jersey but has expanded to where it has 135 offices in 28 states.
Allied World’s Joyce Duarte talks to Risk & Insurance about opportunity within professional lines management and what risks are proving difficult for underwriters.
Anita Zaccaro went from working for famous musicians to brokering commercial insurance.
Fine arts broker Alexandra Redfern has tackled a number of exciting challenges over the course of her career, proving insurance is anything but boring.
How broker Noah Hardie’s military and government background play a major role in his day-to-day life both professionally and personally.
Before he became a marine insurance broker, Marsh’s Christopher Maro spent three years serving as a third mate on merchant vessels.
Every telemedicine account should have three “signature lines” of coverage: technology errors and omissions, medical malpractice and cyber liability, according to Gallagher’s Larry Hansard.