The National Comp Chair Wants to Know: What Do You Want to See in 2023?

By: | October 17, 2022

Michelle Kerr is Workers’ Compensation Editor and National Conference Chair for Risk & Insurance. She can be reached at [email protected].

Thank you so much to all of the attendees, speakers, exhibitors and friends who came out and supported National Comp 2022. It’s always gratifying to see all the pieces come together, and to see so many faces, old friends and new.

Thanks as well to all of our amazing sponsors, to the Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation, and to Kids’ Chance.

Your suitcase is probably full of handy gadgets and lip balms, but I hope your virtual suitcase is also well packed, with ideas to explore when you return to the office. I also hope you made the most of these three days, networking with peers and making new connections.

The National Comp team will be right back at it after the show, diving headfirst into the 2023 program to fill it with dynamic leaders, informative content and the actionable takeaways workers’ comp practitioners need to keep driving progress.

Please take the time to fill out the post-show survey that should land in your email inbox today, but I have an additional request.

While the 2022 program is still fresh in your mind, I’d like to ask you to chime in and help us build the program you want to see in 2023. Help our advisory team home in on the topics you need more of by taking this quick National Comp topic survey. Your input will help us take things to the next level for 2023.

Safe travels home, one and all, and continue to look for National Comp content throughout the year in the WorkersComp Forum newsletter.

See you next year in Vegas, Sept. 20-22, 2023 — save the dates! &

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