I began my career as a Compliance Auditor working at a TPA on behalf of the Western Conference of Teamsters Pension Trust in 2014. In 2017 I began my dedicated insurance journey as a Compliance Analyst at Symetra, and now happily work as a Compliance Director at Assurance IQ, focusing on the CRMP program. I live just south of Seattle with my fiancée, our two dogs and two cats.
What skills do you bring to the office? What qualifications make you a viable candidate for the office?
I have spent my career in both Audit and Compliance, working for third party administrators and insurers. I believe this attention to detail and every day scrutiny will be helpful in the role of Financial Liaison. I am also very professionally committed to both Compliance and Insurance, plan to continue benefitting from the AICP, and hopefully paying back those benefits with service moving forward.
What would be your goals for office if you are elected?
My goal is to learn the tasks associated with the role and perform them well, to collaborate with other chapters in achieving the AICPs financial goals, staying well within budget and generally assisting the AICP in any way I can.
If elected, how would you use your office to work with others in the AICP to pursue the AICP's current goals and objectives, to meet member needs, and to enhance the AICP's value in our insurance compliance community?
Promote the AICP internally as a fantastic way to become & stay educated on insurance matters, as not everybody at Assurance comes from that insurance background. For instance, I will be suggesting the June 1st webinar to multiple co-workers in Compliance.
Where would you like to see the AICP in the future and what would you do to move the AICP toward the vision?
I am a huge fan of webinars and events in which members can continue to learn and stay ahead of the curve with industry issues. Developing both insurance and compliance strength takes time, and I think the AICP does a great job to help bridge gaps for people. Time and finance permitting, I would like to work with other chapters to eventually develop a more robust webinar schedule (easier said than done I'm sure!)