Feb 27 - Mar 1, 2019 | Chicago, Ill.

Agenda

Subject to change without notice. The agenda will be updated as sessions are confirmed.

Wednesday, February 27, 2019
6:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Optional Activity: Underwriters Laboratories (UL) Facility Tour and Eataly Chicago Lunch Departs from Hotel Entrance
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8:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Optional Activity: Tour of “The Plant” – Circular Economy Facility and Giordano’s LunchDeparts from Hotel Entrance
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9:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Event Information Desk Grand Ballroom Foyer
The Event Information Desk is the main hub for seminar information and badge pick-up. NAMIC staff are on hand to welcome you and answer any questions you have throughout the seminar.

12:00 – 6:30 p.m.

Sponsor Showcase Grand Ballroom Foyer
The Sponsorship Showcase is open throughout the seminar to provide convenient access to service providers and industry solutions experts. Get to know our showcase sponsors and be entered to win some prizes by participating in the QR scavenger hunt. QR codes have been hidden around the meeting space and it’s up to you to find them. Pick up a game card from the Event Information Desk, search for QR codes and scan them to reveal a phrase. Drop off your completed game card at the Event Information Desk to be entered to win.

1:00 – 2:15 p.m.

NAMIC Welcome and Keynote Address Grand Ballroom
We’ve heard it before: the property/casualty industry is on the cusp of radical change. Yet, some industry leaders are not prepared for the size, scale, and speed of what’s to come. Insurance has been largely immune to upheavals for many reasons: brand recognition, the influx of data, legal contracts, and regulation all insulate the industry. But this time is different, and new forces have been unleashed that will upend insurance sooner than you think. This session will highlight the areas where opportunities lie, what technologies matter, and how to stay relevant during this revolutionary time.

Neil Alldredge
Senior Vice President, Corporate Affairs
NAMIC

Rob Galbraith, CPCU, CLU, ChFC
Author
“The End of Insurance As We Know It”

2:15 – 2:35 p.m.

Networking Break Throughout 2nd Floor

2:35 – 3:25 p.m.

General Session – Harnessing Curiosity and Critical Thinking to Optimize Problem-Solving Grand Ballroom
Research indicates that most adults develop thinking patterns and habits that may be effective for solving problems in familiar circumstances, but they may not be optimal in new and complex situations. This session will teach participants how to develop their critical thinking skills through techniques that tap into mental stamina and provide clarity to effectively solve problems in any situation.

Bruce deJong
Director of Talent Management, Learning, and Leadership Development
Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company

3:25 – 3:55 p.m.

Networking Break Throughout 2nd Floor

3:55 – 5:30 p.m.

Peer-to-Peer Learning | Roundtable Discussions Grand Ballroom
Join fellow commercial lines professional in roundtable discussions focused on emerging issues, leadership, and other commercial lines focused topics.

5:30– 6:30 p.m.

Networking Reception: Sip, Savor, and Connect Throughout 2nd Floor
Make the most of your seminar experience and enjoy some delicious food and drinks and friendly conversation with fellow commercial lines professionals. A local musician will be featured as the fun sound track to your conversation.

6:30 p.m.

Seminar Adjourns for the Day

6:35 p.m.

Optional Activity: Meet to Eat
Please click here for more details or to sign up for the optional activities.

Thursday, February 28, 2019
6:30 – 8:30 a.m.

Breakfast Buffet
Join fellow attendees for fellowship and a hot breakfast before sessions kick off for the day. Grab a cup of coffee and get charged up for a full day of concurrent sessions.

7:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.

Event Information Desk Grand Ballroom Foyer
The Event Information Desk is the main hub for seminar information and badge pick-up. NAMIC staff are on hand to welcome you and answer any questions you have throughout the seminar.

8:00 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.

Sponsor Showcase Grand Ballroom Foyer
The Sponsorship Showcase is open throughout the seminar to provide convenient access to service providers and industry solutions experts. Get to know our showcase sponsors and be entered to win some prizes by participating in the QR scavenger hunt. QR codes have been hidden around the meeting space and it’s up to you to find them. Pick up a game card from the Event Information Desk, search for QR codes and scan them to reveal a phrase. Drop off your completed game card at the Event Information Desk to be entered to win.

8:30 – 9:30 a.m.

Concurrent Sessions

  1. Misnomers, Misappropriations and Misunderstandings Surrounding Contracts and Contractual Risk Transfer
    Contractual risk transfer, additional insured status, the primary and noncontributory requirement, and horizontal versus vertical exhaustion of limits are common concepts in drafting contracts, but the beliefs about these concepts may not match the realities of their applications. An underwriter’s job is to protect insureds and comply with the contractual requirements without compromising underwriting guidelines. That job can become more difficult when the lawyers who write the contracts struggle with the concepts. Oftentimes, underwriters are faced with the task of not only matching the coverage to the contract but helping agents and insureds navigate this complex topic.

    This session will delve into how to anticipate and understand issues that may arise from the misnomers and misunderstandings in contractual risk transfer. Attendees will leave with the knowledge that can help them successfully take care of insureds, agents, the carrier while complying with legal requirements.

    Christopher J. Boggs, CPCU, ARM, ALCM, LPCS, AAI, APA, CWCA, CRIS, AINS
    Executive Director
    Big I Virtual University

  2. Big Data Basics
    This session will feature a former insurance product and pricing professional and a data scientist who will discuss the nuts and bolts of big data, including how and what data to collect as well as how to get it ready to use. The different types of data and how they must be treated will be covered as well as what routines must be applied to big data before it can be used to its full potential.

    Tanner Sheehan
    Senior Director, Auto Vertical
    LexisNexis Risk Solutions

    Ashley Bentley
    Senior Statistical Modeler
    LexisNexis Risk Solutions

  3. Changing Customer Expectations in a 24/7 World
    This session will cover how technology and analytics advances are simplifying and automating several elements of the insurance value chain engagement with the end customer. This will include a lesson on the use of technology advances such as machine learning and artificial intelligence coupled with the importance of simple and easy-to-understand communications platforms with agents and policyholders.

    Jeff Hay
    Senior Director
    Willis Towers Watson

  4. Using Geographic Information Systems to Your Advantage in Underwriting
    Geographic information systems (GIS) allow for the visualization of spatial relationships. GIS techniques can be used along with weather/climate and natural hazard data and a company’s own insured risk data to unlock insights. This session will highlight common GIS techniques, cover the available natural peril data available, and give examples of uses in underwriting decisions. Attendees will leave with a better understanding of the basic technology as well as ideas of how it could be leveraged within their own underwriting departments.

    Phillip Jagielo
    Catastrophe Analytics Analyst
    American Agricultural Insurance Company

  5. Equipment Breakdown in the Modern World
    Today’s modern economy is driven by businesses that are increasingly reliant on evolving technology. Technology trends such as miniaturization, portability, the internet of things, and cloud computing are creating different, costly, and complicated new risks for business owners. This session will explore these trends and the impacts on equipment breakdown exposures on all types and sizes of businesses, including retail, service, and manufacturing risks. Equipment loss examples will be shared as well as a closer look at how the insurance marketplace has recently started to embrace these exposures by offering new coverage solutions.

    Corey Dunbar
    Assistant Vice President, Market Development
    Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company

  6. Idea Lab: Identifying and Developing the Leadership Talent of Tomorrow
    Effective leaders have enormous impact on the success of an organization. Unfortunately, many organizations struggle to attract and promote talented leaders. According to Gallup’s latest research, more than one in three employees have changed jobs within the past three years… with 91 percent of employees leaving their companies to do so. This problem creates a pipeline shortage. Moreover, organizations are failing to choose the candidates with the right talent for a manager role 82 percent of the time. The typical practice of how companies attract, develop and retain talent needs a productive disruption.

    This session will focus on how a lack of high-potential employees and the frequent misidentification of leadership candidates contribute to enormous amounts of wasted time, money, and effort. Attendees will leave this session with a better understanding of the issue and actionable steps they can take to help solve it within their own organizations.

    Tracy Butz, CSP
    Speaker, Author, Influencer
    Tracy Butz, LLC

9:30 – 9:50 a.m.

Networking Break Throughout 2nd Floor

9:50 – 10:50 a.m.

Concurrent Sessions

  1. Know Your Driver: Commercial Auto Lessons Learned
    Commercial auto hasn’t been profitable in years. However, it can become a strong performer. It’s time to ditch a strict reliance on the traditional commercial auto approach and implement a new one that gives you greater and more accurate insights on individual drivers and the businesses they represent. Attend this session to learn how using better data and analytics can revolutionize commercial auto risk assessment and improve overall profitability.

    Mathew Stordy
    Director, Commercial Insurance
    LexisNexis Risk Solutions

    Ben Lim
    Director, Commercial Vertical Markets
    LexisNexis Risk Solutions

  2. Employment Practices Liability Insurance and the #MeToo Movement
    The world of employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) seemingly changes daily. This session will review the basics of EPLI coverages and discuss how those coverages may vary by carrier. To lay some groundwork, attendees will get a brief outline of selected clauses to look for in their EPLI policy and a general overview of what can lead to a higher exposure. Finally, attendees will examine articles about the #MeToo movement and its impact on EPLI exposures.

    Rex Dachenbach, CPCU
    Senior Product Manager
    West Bend Mutual Insurance Company

  3. Key Builders’ Risk Coverages
    This session will focus on a basic understanding of the builders’ risk market. Attendees will explore topics such as the various coverages associated with different types of building projects and the coverage available when a building project is delayed.

    Robert Guevara
    Vice President of Inland Marine
    American Association of Insurance Services

  4. Birth of a New Product: The Parable of the Effective Product Development Specialist
    This session will examine the birth of a new proprietary commercial property enhancement endorsement from conception to implementation and beyond from the perspective of the effective product development specialist. The presentation will outline a practical roadmap for successful implementation of business insurance products, emphasizing the crucial importance of thorough coverage and market research, strong executive support, and early and ongoing collaboration with the other corporate constituencies essential for success. The session will close with a look at the importance of establishing of post-implementation tools and measures that will allow for efficient monitoring of results.

    Craig Andrews, CPCU, ARM, AU-M, ARe, AIC, AMIM, ASLI, AAI, CRIS
    Senior Consultant
    Malecki Deimling Nielander & Associates

  5. Utility Interruption: The Coverage That Everybody Needs and Nobody Understands
    Utility interruption (UI) coverages are available in the market in a confusing array of options, formats, and names. Insurers of all sizes struggle to know how to underwrite this risk and manage their accumulations.

    This session will provide an overview of the coverage elements involved in UI coverage, how those elements are delivered, and the options that affect the scope of coverage provided. The session will also examine issues in the standard rating agency rates for UI. Finally, the session will provide a high-level overview of a model that Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company uses to track UI accumulations.

    Mark MacGougan
    Vice President, Product Development
    Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance Company

  6. Idea Lab: Speak with Persuasive Power and Professional Presence
    Speaking effectively conveys authority, influence, and success. This session will provide attendees with proven techniques of polished speakers and presenters. Attendees will learn how to organize and focus their thoughts, plan an organized strategy for their content, incorporate an effective introduction and closing, use examples and stories to add greater impact, and apply skillful techniques for speaking professionally. Attendees will leave this session ready to gain people's attention, project a confident image, convey knowledge and expertise, positively influence their listeners, and transform information into a high impact and memorable presentation.

    Tracy Butz, CSP
    Speaker, Author, Influencer
    Tracy Butz, LLC

10:50 – 11:10 a.m.

Networking Break Throughout 2nd Floor

11:10 a.m. – 12:10 p.m.

Concurrent Sessions

  1. Workers’ Compensation and Travelling Employees: What is a Regional Carrier To Do?
    What coverage and legal problems arise for regional carriers, their agents, and their insureds when employees travel to other states to work? If your company is not licensed in a specific state, your employees may face a major problem such as lack of coverage when crossing state lines. Beyond the lack of coverage, the insured may face fines by unintentionally violating the state’s workers’ compensation laws. This discussion will be particularly important to regional workers’ compensation carriers as they are responsible for understanding other states’ exposures, the laws of the states involved, and their own limitations, all of which will be discussed in this session.

    Christopher J. Boggs, CPCU, ARM, ALCM, LPCS, AAI, APA, CWCA, CRIS, AINS
    Executive Director
    Big I Virtual University

  2. Evolution of the Independent Agency System
    The landscape of distribution is changing, and the evolution will make it hard for some organizations to survive. This session will explore the future viability of the independent agency system. The discussion will focus on the various factors impacting the independent agency model, disruption’s impact on the value proposition of an agency, a carrier’s changing role, and actionable practices in maintaining agency relationships. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn more about this major disruptor impacting the industry.

    Craig Welsh, CPCU
    Chief Distribution Officer
    Westfield Insurance Company

  3. Key Performance Indicators for the Property/Casualty Industry
    This session will serve as a discussion on financials of insurance companies and perspective on the performance of the insurance industry during the past 10 years. First, attendees will review key property/casualty financial metrics and where to find them before discussing challenges and opportunities in the marketplace including current trends in staffing and operations. Special consideration will be given to the high-level metrics regarding the performance of the commercial underwriting function. The session will conclude with a look at how carriers are evolving their focus on key financials and balancing expense management with where they are choosing to invest in the future of the business.

    Jeff Rieder
    Partner
    Ward Group — Aon

  4. Navigating the Commercial Lines Growth Jungle
    Commercial lines growth is being widely pursued by large and small carriers, agent companies, and direct writers. More personal lines companies are looking to diversify, national carriers are trying to improve penetration in select segments, and regional companies are looking to expand into new states. Steve Discher, managing director with The Nolan Company, will share how their research has shown intense internal debates within carriers trying to determine which opportunities are real and which are not; between “stick to our knitting” and “now for something completely different.” Attendees of this session will hear how others have worked through these changes to develop an attractive and differentiated long-term approach to navigating the commercial lines growth jungle.

    Steve Discher
    Managing Director
    The Nolan Company

  5. The Potentially Deadly Shift in Tornado Activity
    A new study shows that during the past decade, tornado activity has been shifting — decreasing in Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas while spinning up more in states along the Mississippi River and farther east. This session will review what might be causing the change in activity as well as the resulting increase in severity. The session will close with a look at why and how insurance companies should be playing offense instead of defense and what else the industry should be doing to anticipate and mitigate this changing risk.

    Victor Gensini
    Professor
    Northern Illinois University

  6. Idea Lab: The Value of Experiential Learning in Employee Development
    Development coaching is a core leadership skill that has proven to have a markedly positive impact on employee engagement, performance, and productivity. This interactive session will teach important employee development coaching skills. Led by Bruce deJong, one of the highest-rated speakers of the 2018 Commercial Lines Seminar, this session is designed for attendees whose current role involves mentoring or managing employees.

    Bruce deJong
    Director of Talent Management, Learning, and Leadership Development
    Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Company

12:10 – 1:30 p.m.

A Taste of Chicago Networking Lunch
The traditional lunch buffet is available to allow you to grab a bite at your convenience. Attendees are welcome to come and go at their convenience. A boxed lunch option is also available for you to pick up at the Event Information Desk and take back to your guest room.

1:30 – 2:30 p.m.

Concurrent Sessions

  1. Construction Defects/Class Action Litigation Panel Discussion
    This panel discussion will dive into the intricacies of current and future emerging trends of construction defects to deepen attendees’ understanding of the different exposures. Attendees will sit in on a discussion about how to recognize and avert construction defects claims before they arise. The panel is comprised of an underwriting expert, a representative from NAMIC’s government affairs team, and an attorney – all with varying experience and perspectives in dealing with construction defects and class action litigation.

    Paul Kelejian | Moderator
    Vice President, Claims
    Gen Re

    Christopher J. Boggs, CPCU, ARM, ALCM, LPCS, AAI, APA, CWCA, CRIS, AINS
    Executive Director
    Big I Virtual University

    Andrew Pauley, JD, CPCU
    Government Affairs Counsel
    NAMIC

    Kevin Barrett, Esq.
    Shareholder
    Barrett Matura

  2. Understanding the Continuing Premium Decreases in the Workers’ Compensation Market
    This session will dive into the factors contributing to the workers’ compensation market’s continued profitability and subsequent pricing decreases. Not all employers/businesses are seeing the same pricing decreases and the nature of these influences on the market, combined with an industry’s claim characteristics, can lead to a disparity. This session will provide insights on techniques used to maximize the positive impact of these factors as well as how to develop an individualized approach to using this information with their insureds and their own workers compensation experience.

    Jason Schaufenbuel, Ph.D., CSP
    Assistant Vice President, Loss Control
    West Bend Mutual Insurance Company

  3. Key Performance Indicators for the Property/Casualty Industry (repeat)
    This session will serve as a discussion on financials of insurance companies and perspective on the performance of the insurance industry during the past 10 years. First, attendees will review key property/casualty financial metrics and where to find them before discussing challenges and opportunities in the marketplace including current trends in staffing and operations. Special consideration will be given to the high-level metrics regarding the performance of the commercial underwriting function. The session will conclude with a look at how carriers are evolving their focus on key financials and balancing expense management with where they are choosing to invest in the future of the business.

    Jeff Rieder
    Partner
    Ward Group — Aon

  4. A Practical Guide to Using Artificial Intelligence in Underwriting
    There’s no doubt about it, artificial intelligence (AI) is going to change underwriting. But to many carriers, AI may seem obscure and without much practical application in today’s underwriting practices. This session will tackle the latest developments in AI technology including how to apply computer vision to automate the intake of submission documents, the possibilities of applying big data and machine learning to prepopulate underwriting questions, and the benefits of having AI decide which submissions underwriters should review first. The practical application of these concepts will be explored through Columbia Insurance Group’s thought process as they begin the journey to modernize their underwriting process, reduce expenses, minimize loss, and provide a modern, near-real-time customer experience.

    Phil Alampi
    Vice President, Marketing
    DataCubes

    Scott Mackey, CPCU
    Senior Vice President and Chief Underwriting Officer
    Columbia Insurance Group

  5. The Latest Issues in Cyber, Including Cyber Crime
    This session will provide an update on recent significant cyber claims and new types of cyberattacks that have hit the industry. Attendees will learn about the recent changes in cyber coverages and the information underwriters need to gather and consider as a result of the changing cyber landscape. The will also learn how to address a cyber/cyber crime loss should one be incurred.

    Libby Benet, J.D., CIPP/US
    Principal
    Benet Consulting

  6. Idea Lab: Leveraging the Cultural Competitive Edge
    Peter Drucker said it best when he said, “Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” People want to work for – and do business with – companies that have a strong corporate culture. The most impactful leaders know how to transform culture into a competitive edge driven by social capital. During this interactive session, attendees will delve into the concept of culture from a practical angle and discuss the tools that executives, mid-level managers, and employees can use to influence culture and drive employee engagement.

    Tom Meier
    Senior Consultant
    Equis Consulting

2:30 – 2:45 p.m.

Networking Break Throughout 2nd Floor

2:45 – 3:45 p.m.

Concurrent Sessions

  1. The Latest Insights on Aerial Intelligence Panel Discussion
    As the development of commercial uses for unmanned aircraft systems accelerates, more and more sectors are contemplating their use, including the insurance industry. This panel discussion will review governmental regulations that impact aerial imaging, new technology on the market, and ways aerial imaging is being used today to improve underwriting results. The panel is comprised of representatives from an aerial imagery insurtech startup, a mutual insurance company using aerial imaging, and NAMIC’s government affairs team, who will also share research from NAMIC’S recent whitepaper “Unmanned Aircraft: Defining Private Airspace.”

    Tom Karol, Moderator
    General Counsel — Federal
    NAMIC

    David Tobias
    Co-Founder
    Betterview

    Tom Kluxdal
    Director of Innovation
    Church Mutual Insurance Company

  2. Claim Reserves Practices — A General Overview and How to Tackle Incurred but Not Reported Claims
    This session will explain the role of a claims adjuster regarding case-incurred reserves and the role of an actuary in calculating incurred but not reported reserves. Then, the two roles will be tied together to help an underwriter understand the importance of considering IBNR when reviewing the loss experience of individual accounts. Attendees of this session will leave with an understanding of the various roles played by adjusters, actuaries, and underwriters as they relate to reserving and actionable ways to incorporate IBNR into their underwriting practices.

    Larry Seymour
    Director of Actuarial
    West Bend Mutual Insurance Company

  3. Product Liability and 3D Printing
    Product liability exposure has been greatly reduced by new technology such as computer-aided design and manufacturing. However, liability can still be drastically impacted by unique factors such as where a company is domiciled and how the manufactured product is implemented. This session will begin with an introduction of product liability for manufacturers and sellers before diving deeper into some of the unique circumstances that can arise when using computer-aided design and manufacturing, including a closer look at the liability issues associated with 3D printing.

    Gerry Deneen, CPCU, ARe
    Vice President
    Swiss Re

    Marcus Papadopoulos
    Lead Mechanical Engineer
    Optimal Design

  4. A Practical Guide to Using Artificial Intelligence in Underwriting (repeat)
    There’s no doubt about it, artificial intelligence (AI) is going to change underwriting. But to many carriers, AI may seem obscure and without much practical application in today’s underwriting practices. This session will tackle the latest developments in AI technology including how to apply computer vision to automate the intake of submission documents, the possibilities of applying big data and machine learning to prepopulate underwriting questions, and the benefits of having AI decide which submissions underwriters should review first. The practical application of these concepts will be explored through Columbia Insurance Group’s thought process as they begin the journey to modernize their underwriting process, reduce expenses, minimize loss, and provide a modern, near-real-time customer experience.

    Phil Alampi
    Vice President, Marketing
    DataCubes

    Scott Mackey, CPCU
    Senior Vice President and Chief Underwriting Officer
    Columbia Insurance Group

  5. An Underwriter’s View of Commercial Auto
    This session is designed for anyone who has looked at the profitability of commercial auto and thought, “How did we get here?” To answer this question, attendees will first look at the recent history of poor results and the corrections that the industry has — and has not — taken thus far. With this awareness, the focus will shift to the current underwriting environment, including changes in exposure, claim severity, litigation, and technology. Finally, this session will provide some best practices for managing a company’s own underwriting response, risk quality assessment, and commercial auto claims. Attendees of this session will leave with a better understanding of how to improve profitability of this often-challenging line of business.

    Craig Beardsley
    Underwriting Manager and Senior Vice President
    Gen Re

  6. Idea Lab: Embracing the Challenge of Change
    Transformation is an inherent part of any organizational structure and maintaining the ability to navigate the process successfully can brand an employee’s contribution as successful or subversive. Therefore, the ability to embrace change is one of the key factors that can impact an employee’s quality of life at work. This session will explore two successful models for helping employees accept and embrace change. The outside-in approach will help leaders create the right conditions for change and provide a structure for successful implementation. The inside-out approach will outline the emotional phases employees will experience and offer a coaching roadmap for leaders to keep individuals engaged and on track.

    Tom Meier
    Senior Consultant
    Equis Consulting

3:45 p.m.

Seminar Adjourns for the Day

5:15 p.m.

Optional Activity: Meet to Eat — Happy Hour at AceBounce
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Friday, March 1, 2019
6:30 – 8:30 a.m.

Breakfast Buffet
Network with fellow attendees over a hot breakfast before the final day of the seminar.

7:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Event Information Desk Grand Ballroom Foyer
The Event Information Desk is the main hub for seminar information and badge pick-up. NAMIC staff are on hand to welcome you and answer any questions you have throughout the seminar.

8:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Sponsor Showcase Throughout 2nd Floor
The Sponsorship Showcase is open throughout the seminar to provide convenient access to service providers and industry solutions experts. Get to know our showcase sponsors and be entered to win some prizes by participating in the QR scavenger hunt. QR codes have been hidden around the meeting space and it’s up to you to find them. Pick up a game card from the Event Information Desk, search for QR codes and scan them to reveal a phrase. Drop off your completed game card at the Event Information Desk to be entered to win.

8:30 – 9:30 a.m.

General Session: Economic Update Grand Ballroom
Back by popular demand, Robert Hartwig, Ph.D., CPCU, will provide a financial overview and outlook for property/casualty insurance and the economic environment in which the industry operates. He will examine results for 2018 and provide a look toward the remainder of 2019 and beyond.

Robert P. Hartwig, Ph.D., CPCU
Director, Center for Risk and Uncertainty Management
University of South Carolina

9:30 – 9:50 a.m.

Networking Break Throughout 2nd Floor

9:50 – 10:50 a.m.

Closing Keynote Session: Motivation in 3D Grand Ballroom
Why does everyone love an underdog story? Archie Griffin knows why...because he’s lived it. He’s been on the bottom, and only with desire, dedication, and determination was he able to overcome long odds to become the most respected and revered icon of one of the largest universities in the world, The Ohio State University. Join Archie as he shares the importance of setting personal and professional goals, surrounding yourself with supportive and inspiring people, and using three Ds to achieve success.

Archie Griffin
Sports Legend, Philanthropist, and Former Senior Advisor
Office of Advancement at The Ohio State University

11:00 a.m.

Seminar Concludes

Session Proposals

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