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Six brokers were named 2024 Public Sector Power Broker winners. One additional broker was selected as a finalist.
How Aon broker Kyle Powell helped a California municipality get the resources necessary to convert old motels into homeless shelters.
Ed Cooney fell into insurance, as so many in the space do. Since then, he’s carved out his niche in cyber planning for public entities.
This fictive scenario sees U.S. public schools falling victim time and time again to elaborate social engineering schemes concocted by dastardly cybercriminals. But the fiction only goes so deep when looked at in reality.
Nick Terlecki was initially drawn to the public sector by the unique risk profiles. What’s kept him cemented in the sector are the many opportunities he’s given to be of service.
Sulim Bartok has become more adept at dealing with cyber threats, understanding coverages and recommending solutions that improve his clients’ risk profiles.
HB 1808 would require Texas police officers to hold their own professional liability insurance coverage in the event of misconduct claims, but not all are keen on the idea.
This year, 6 brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2023 Public Sector Power Broker winners. An additional two brokers were named as finalists.
A recent surge in book banning should have public libraries reviewing risk management and insurance practices with their brokers and other insurance personnel.
Rising Star Nick Long shares why he’s keeping his eye on the “Silver Tsunami,” rising inflation prices and more.
Joining his family’s agency has opened Chase Carlisle to some of insurance’s brilliant minds, enabling him to hone his broker skills in the public sector space.
When police officers in her school district contracted COVID, Rosa Royo and her team stepped up and guaranteed them nurse case management assistance.
A critical incident stress debriefing program was just one way this risk manager delved into the circumstances that were draining the vitality of her colleagues.
County of Kent risk manager Stephanie Lee shares her journey to her current role and what top concerns will be important for the public sector in 2022.
This year, six brokers from across the brokerage field were named as the 2022 Public Sector Power Broker winners.
With new federal infrastructure funding on the horizon, choosing project management carefully and preparing for supply chain interruptions will be key for public sector risk management.
When tragedy struck the City of Virginia Beach, the city’s barely launched PTSD program was put through its paces.
Waste Management’s Jeff Bennett worked to make sure employee health was a priority through both COVID-19 and a major acquisition.
Quick, focused action by this public sector risk manager no doubt saved lives for the City of Oklahoma City.
The topic of litigation exposure that educational institutions may face over their handling of IEPs as the pandemic pushed so many into remote learning is building.