I have worked in the insurance industry for more than 20 years.
What skills do you bring to the office? What qualifications make you a viable candidate for the office?
I encouraging involvement from other chapter members and being a voice of representation of our chapter members- not just “the voice”. Our board carefully takes into consideration our members’ concerns, suggestions, and ideas. In the past, this effort has allowed for great growth, of which we plan to use those experiences to achieve again following this difficult year.
What would be your goals for office if you are elected?
The goals for Vice President of South Central Chapter are to encourage membership growth and member involvement. In addition, this position would assist with “training” future interested candidates to eliminate the intimidation of holding an office at a chapter level.
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?
Communication! I would use this position to communicate ideas, suggestions, and concerns from/to our members to/from our national board. We will continue to coordinate educational and networking opportunities for our members.
Where would you like to see the AICP in the future and what would you do to move the AICP toward the vision?
I would like to AICP regain some of the membership lost during the COVID experience. I think it’s ever more important for us to show the value of membership to our industry professionals. Creating opportunities for networking and education are key. Reaching out to industry professionals whom are not currently members is beneficial for sharing what AICP has to offer, and compliment the talents the potential new member has to bring the association as well.
It’s been a great pleasure and honor to serve in a a board member capacity for our chapter in the past. I truly believe with our growth experience we can recover from what we’ve lost due to COVID, as well as improve with new members. It would be honor to work with fellow board members in getting SCC where it should be.