Nominate a pooling leader who inspires you, or a pool that has worked to improve public sector risk management. Along with peer recognition and accolades, award recipients will receive free conference registration.
Recognize a pool that has developed and implemented a creative idea, approach, or program to efficiently and effectively serve the public.
Recognize a leader and/or mentor in the public entity pooling community who has made strong contributions to the industry and inspires others.
Recognize someone who has promoted and advocated on behalf of public entity pooling.
2019: Public Employer Risk Management Association, Inc. (PERMA), Data Analytics Program2018: Citycounty Insurance Services (CIS) of Oregon, Hire to Retire (H2R)2017: Montana Association of Counties Property Casualty Trust and Montana Municipal Interlocal Authority2016: VML Insurance Programs, Leadership Development Program2015: VML Insurance Programs, Where the Rubber Meets the Road Program2013: Arizona School Risk Retention Trust, Inc.
2019: John Ashton, Mike Tiffany, Founders and Principals, Ashton Tiffany2018: Michael Fleming, Chief Executive Officer, CSAC Excess Insurance Authority (EIA)2017: Lynn McNamara, Executive Director, Citycounty Insurance Services (CIS) of Oregon2016: Carol Loughlin, Executive Director, Texas Municipal League Intergovernmental Risk Pool2014: Wayne Carlson, Executive Director, Nevada Public Agency Insurance Pool (POOL) and Public Agency Compensation Trust (PACT)2012: David Brooks, Managing Director, County Commissioners Association of Ohio Property and Casualty Insurance
2019: Scott Moss, Property/Casualty Trust Director/Administrator, Citycounty Insurance Services (CIS) Oregon /Oregon Public Entity Excess Pool (OPEEP)2018: Johnnie Miller, Executive Director, Utah Counties Indemnity Pool (UCIP)2017: Pete Tritz, Administrator, League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust 2014: Geoffrey Beauchamp, General Counsel, Delaware Valley Insurance Trust2012: Betsy Kutska, retired President and Chief Executive Officer, Park District Risk Management Agency
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