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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.
The risks facing higher education are always shifting, but keeping the focus on student safety and education helps Luke Figora stay ahead.
Paul Piazza of Honeywell International Inc. takes pride in protecting his company from all exposures — and being the master of the thermostat at home.
Chris de Wolfe of Mars Inc. can take you to places where there are snakes as long as large swimming pools.
Ray Van Eperen and his Kimberly-Clark team trained more than 6,000 of their colleagues in risk mitigation.
The risk manager for Columbus, Ga., discusses law enforcement liability and venturing into a coal mine at 15.
Director of risk management Joseph Mazza says heightened visibility is good for risk managers, but cyber remains a top challenge.
Risk Manager Rich Johanson on the need for tailored solutions for cyber risk and why it might be less risky to skydive to work.
The international director of global risk management for Jones Lang LaSalle says risk managers need to do a better job at self-promotion in the workplace.
Scott Clark agreed to join Miami-Dade County Public Schools for two years to help build its risk management department. Then he forgot to leave.
The insurance director of Novartis Corp. talks about the heroic mission of teachers, swimming with sharks, and the most interesting place she ever visited.
Being a hero, said Ensign-Bickford Industries’ Rick Roberts, depends on the way a person behaves when they succeed or fail at a task.
TriMet’s Debora Leopold Hutchins blends risk management into her personal life.
Rite Aid’s Ryan McGuinness sees reasons to be optimistic about the U.S. economy.
The Greenbrier Cos. Inc.’s Donna Tyner says a key part of risk management’s appeal is that it’s always brand new.
Nancy Chambers is bolstered by the inspiration of her mother, now 90, who was born in a log cabin.
Roger Andrews on playing dodgeball in the barn rafters.
Jacques Arragon on earning management’s trust, focusing on education, and Roger Moore as the best James Bond.
William Getreuer started in risk management dealing with claims from Three Mile Island.
Skip Smith, of Hooters of America, can point to numerous mentors who aided him.
Matt Jablonski, director of insurance for The Hearst Corp., talks about his mentor, changes in risk management, his favorite carrier, and more.
Q&A with Carolyn Snow, director of risk management for Humana and the 2014 RIMS President.