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Pamela Davis has paved a path for nonprofits to receive adequate insurance coverage so that they can continue to fulfill their missions.
Can professionals really compare the insurance needs of for-profit business to those of nonprofit organizations?
From government underwriter to 2022 Nonprofit Power Broker®, Marsh’s Julie Martin has quite the story.
The IICF held its annual media roundtable to discuss its 2021 philanthropic efforts and its initiatives for 2022.
The State of Vermont is known for its captive knowledge base and its success with for-profit businesses. It’s equally adept at offering alternate risk transfer to the nonprofit sector.
This year, five brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2022 Nonprofit Power Broker winners. An additional two brokers were named as finalists.
Bill Ross, CEO of the Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation, discusses how to make a meaningful impact across the industry.
Forward-thinking risk managers charged with strategic planning at colleges and universities could benefit from these reminders from Yogi Berra.
Bill Powell of Gallagher knows communication, trust and transparency go a long way in creating a successful broker career.
Nonprofits made numerous changes to their business models during the pandemic. Did they change their exposures as well?
Hannah Adams of Gallagher pushes aside the notion that women should ever be considered second best when it comes to their potential to thrive in the insurance industry.
Nonprofit management liability veteran Keith Freid talks to Risk & Insurance about trends in underwriting the sector.
Six commercial insurance brokers in the nonprofit sector were named 2021 Power Brokers. An additional two brokers were named as finalists.
In this interview with AmTrust’s Robert Pizarro, a vice president, commercial specialty lines, R&I delves into three risks that nonprofit executives and boards better have their eyes on.
The nature and business goals of nonprofit organizations are unique, therefore their insurance coverage must be. Providers are working with the demands of the sector to provide adequate policies.