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Sunday, March 5
 

2:00pm EST

Registration
Sunday March 5, 2017 2:00pm - 5:00pm EST
International Ballroom Foyer

5:00pm EST

Opening Reception
Sunday March 5, 2017 5:00pm - 7:00pm EST
National Ballroom B
 
Monday, March 6
 

7:15am EST

$OURCE Game

The $OURCE (Simulated Operating and Underwriting Results in a Competitive Environment) Game offers participants the opportunity to make realistic pooling decisions and consider causes and effects on a pool’s financial results. Participants will gain a greater understanding of business realities within the competitive insurance and pooling marketplace, and the importance of understanding financial implications of key business decisions. For pre-registered participants, the $OURCE Game will run in several sessions Monday, March 6 and Tuesday, March 7.


Speakers
avatar for Ann Conway

Ann Conway

Principal & Consulting Actuary, Willis Towers Watson
Ann Conway is a managing director at Willis Towers Watson, providing consulting services to numerous clients in the public and private sectors. She has worked on loss reserve evaluations for insurance companies and alternative financing mechanisms, captive feasibility analysis, reviews... Read More →
avatar for Julie Hagerstrand

Julie Hagerstrand

Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
Julie Hagerstrand is a consultant at Willis Towers Watson, providing consulting services for variety of clients including insurers, pools, trusts, captive insurers and self-insured entities. Her experience includes a range of projects, such as loss reserving, ratemaking, predictive... Read More →
avatar for Maureen Stazinski

Maureen Stazinski

Senior Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
Maureen Stazinski is a senior consultant at Willis Towers Watson, providing consulting services topublic and private clients. Her experience includes various analyses, such as loss reserving,reviews of rate or funding levels, financial modeling analysis, feasibility studies, and merger... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 7:15am - 8:30am EST
National Ballroom B

7:15am EST

Breakfast
Monday March 6, 2017 7:15am - 8:30am EST
International Ballroom

7:15am EST

8:45am EST

The Value of Why
You’ve probably heard of Simon Sinek’s concept “Start With Why,” and our corresponding conference theme “The Value of Why.” This is the time when you find out just what the Why is all about! David Mead, who works in close collaboration with Sinek, will introduce attendees to The Golden Circle, to help put pooling focus not only on what we do and how we do it, but moreover on why. You’ll find the why message is compelling in your role as a pool leader or Board member, and as part of your membership messaging back home. This general session kicks off a series of conversations throughout the rest of the day, and will tie to the closing session on the last day of the 2017 Governance & Leadership Conference.

Speakers
avatar for David Mead

David Mead

Chief of What's Next, Start With Why
David believes that every one of us deserves to wake up inspired to go to work, feel safe while we're there, and come home at the end of the day fulfilled by the work we do. He works with leaders to help them create an environment where people show up to work because they want to... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 8:45am - 9:30am EST
International Ballroom

9:30am EST

Beverage Break
Monday March 6, 2017 9:30am - 9:45am EST
Rotunda

9:45am EST

Parliamentary Procedures for Pool Boards I

Robert’s Rules of Order can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In this entertaining and interactive two-part workshop, attendees will learn essential principles and practice the tools and techniques to use Robert’s Rules effectively for pool Board decisions. Learn how to strengthen your Board’s decision-making process, and practice difficult scenarios with fellow attendees. All content is customized to pool Boards of Directors to assure you have tools and techniques to work through relevant decisions, tricky membership conversations, and related operational matters.

This session is complimentary to the Pooling Basics series offered Tuesday.   


Speakers
avatar for Ann Macfarlane

Ann Macfarlane

Professional Registered Parliamentarian, Jurassic Parliament
Ann Macfarlane is a former diplomat who served in Pakistan and on the Soviet desk of the U.S. State Department before becoming a Russian translator. She knows board work from both sides, having been president of the American Translators Association and executive director of the National... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 9:45am - 11:00am EST
Royal Dublin

9:45am EST

Member Engagement - The 3 Golden Rules

The benefits of participating in a pool versus seeking lower-cost insurance aren’t always clear to local government bodies looking to make prudent financial decisions. That’s where member retention and engagement strategies come into play. In this session, you’ll learn how some pools have engaged face to face meeting strategies, multiple member connection points, and “big picture” conversations to effectively engage and retain their members.


Speakers
avatar for Shawn Bubb

Shawn Bubb

Executive Director, Montana Schools Group Interlocal Authority (MSGIA)/WCRRP
Shawn has been in the insurance industry since 1994 and prior to that he worked in the financial services industry for three years. He has a strong accounting background holding key positions such as internal auditor, corporate controller, and insurance operations team leader for... Read More →
avatar for Steven James

Steven James

Pool Administrator, Maryland Association of Boards of Education Group Insurance Pool
Steve James is the Deputy Director of the Maryland Association of Boards of Education (MABE). He administers the Property/Casualty Group Insurance Pool, The Workers’ Compensation Group Self-Insurance Fund and the Pooled OPEB Investment Trust for 20 of the 24 school districts in... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 9:45am - 11:00am EST
National Ballroom D

9:45am EST

Why Conversations

This guided conversation will bring further focus to The Value of Why for your pool, helping you relate your role to the pool’s purpose, membership value, and future.


Speakers
avatar for David Mead

David Mead

Chief of What's Next, Start With Why
David believes that every one of us deserves to wake up inspired to go to work, feel safe while we're there, and come home at the end of the day fulfilled by the work we do. He works with leaders to help them create an environment where people show up to work because they want to... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 9:45am - 11:00am EST
National Ballroom B

9:45am EST

Creating a School District-Wide, Action-Based Child Abuse Prevention Plan

This session will share specific steps pools can implement to help their members create safer environments. Consider policies and practices you can recommend to restrict child molesters’ access and behaviors towards children through clearly defined boundaries, and significantly reduce the risk of abuse. Specific strategies to be identified include child protection focused applicant screening processes when hiring, and boundary policies for your members’ employees.


Speakers
avatar for Diane Cranley

Diane Cranley

Prevention Consultant, Talk About Abuse to Liberate Kids Inc.
Diane Cranley is the author of "8 Ways to Create their Fate: Protecting the Sexual Innocence of Children in Youth-Serving Organizations". She is also the Founder and President of TAALK (Talk About Abuse to Liberate Kids), a federally approved, nonprofit agency dedicated to breaking... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 9:45am - 11:00am EST
National Ballroom C

11:00am EST

Break
Monday March 6, 2017 11:00am - 11:15am EST
Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, Fla. 1500 Masters Boulevard, Championsgate, Fla., 33896

11:15am EST

Parliamentary Procedures for Pool Boards II

Robert’s Rules of Order can be intimidating, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In this entertaining and interactive two-part workshop, attendees will learn essential principles and practice the tools and techniques to use Robert’s Rules effectively for pool Board decisions. Learn how to strengthen your Board’s decision-making process, and practice difficult scenarios with fellow attendees. All content is customized to pool Boards of Directors to assure you have tools and techniques to work through relevant decisions, tricky membership conversations, and related operational matters.

This session is complimentary to the Pooling Basics series offered Tuesday.   


Speakers
avatar for Ann Macfarlane

Ann Macfarlane

Professional Registered Parliamentarian, Jurassic Parliament
Ann Macfarlane is a former diplomat who served in Pakistan and on the Soviet desk of the U.S. State Department before becoming a Russian translator. She knows board work from both sides, having been president of the American Translators Association and executive director of the National... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm EST
Royal Dublin

11:15am EST

Financial Benchmarks for Public Entity Pools

AGRiP has been constructing a set of pooling-specific benchmarks for common financial ratios, to help public entity pools measure financial performance against industry-wide standards as well as pooling peers. This session offers an opening glimpse into first-of-its-kind information about pooling financial ranges and benchmarks, with opportunity to explore similarities and differences by geography, line of coverage, and member contributions.


Speakers
avatar for Joel Kress

Joel Kress

Director of Special Projects, Association of Governmental Risk Pools
Joel currently serves as Director of Special Projects for AGRiP. Amongst his other projects, he is updating Pooling Basics to be included in a holistic initiative known as Pooling Academy. Although in its infancy, Pooling Academy will wrap up all educational initiatives in the pooling... Read More →
avatar for Embry Nichols

Embry Nichols

Vice President, JLT Re
Embry is Vice President at JLT Re and is a part of the Public Entity Practice. She is responsible for new business development, and oversees the primary insurance placements needed by our Pool clients. She also leads our Public Entity Cyber Liability initiative, developing solutions... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm EST
National Ballroom B

11:15am EST

Risk Management Moneyball - The WC Algorithm You Should Know About
Every manager of workers’ compensation needs this predictive algorithm. It is an easy predictor of which claims are likely to ‘be hot!’ Learn about the development of the algorithm and how you can apply a similar formula at your pool.

Speakers
avatar for Scott Moss

Scott Moss

Property/Casualty Trust Director, Citycounty Insurance Services
Scott Moss joined CIS on February 1, 2010 as its Property/Casualty Trust Director, overseeing CIS’ property, liability, and workers’ comp programs. Scott started his career as a ski-bum in the mountains of Utah where he heard about risk management in a finance class at University... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm EST
National Ballroom D

11:15am EST

Starting an Unemployment Pool

Unemployment pool experts share their experiences establishing and running unemployment pools, and comparing and contrasting the different ways to do so. This session will help other pools considering whether an unemployment pool might be helpful to their membership, including regulatory and operational needs.


Speakers
avatar for Theresia LeSueur

Theresia LeSueur

Program Director, MTSUIP
Theresia LeSueur is Director of the Montana Schools Unemployment Insurance Program (MTSUIP) offered by the Montana School Boards Association and Montana Association of School Business Officials. MTSUIP represents more than 240 school districts throughout Montana, providing unemployment... Read More →
avatar for Martha Rademacher

Martha Rademacher

Director of Finance, Park District Risk Management Agency
Martha has been with Park Districk Risk Management Agency since 1989 and is responsible for all agency financial functions. As part of the agency leadership team, she participates in the direction of all agency operations.Martha was the third employee hired at PDRMA when there were... Read More →
avatar for Dubravka Romano

Dubravka Romano

Associate Executive Director, Risk Management Services, Texas Association of School Boards Risk Management Fund
Dubravka Romano is Associate Executive Director for Risk Management Services at the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) in Austin, Texas, a position she has held for more than 25 years. In this capacity Dubravka is responsible for the overall operation of the TASB Risk Management... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 11:15am - 12:00pm EST
National Ballroom C

12:00pm EST

1:45pm EST

Governing for the Future

We live in a time of profound change. Boards are discovering that they need to think and act differently if they are going to meet the challenges their pools face. A successful Board will seek to govern for the future, being mindful to minimize exposure to risk. Learn how as a Board member you can push and support your pool to pursue lofty goals, take calculated risks, and innovate successfully.

This session is complimentary to the Pooling Basics series offered Tuesday.   


Speakers
avatar for Frank Martinelli

Frank Martinelli

Strategic Planning Consultant, The Center for Public Skills Training
Frank Martinelli, a nationally known resource on non-profit board governance and strategic planning, is a contributing author of the book, YOU and Your Nonprofit Board: Advice and Practical Tips from the Field’s Top Practitioners, Researchers and Provocateurs published by CharityChannel... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 1:45pm - 3:00pm EST
Royal Dublin

1:45pm EST

Developing Others to Lead

As you anticipate your pool’s future, you know for certain the majority of pool staff will be long retired before you implement all your ideas and plans. Everyone shares a responsibility to identify and cultivate the next set of pool leaders, and prepare them for a set of futures you can only imagine. How do you possibly accomplish this goal? A panel of pools actively working on leadership development programs will describe their work, guide you through important questions to consider, and share their insights.


Speakers
avatar for John Ashton

John Ashton

Executive Director, Kairos Health Arizona, Inc.
John Ashton puts the Ashton in Ashton Tiffany. He founded the firm in 1995, together with life-long amigo Mike Tiffany. John has completed a battery of post-graduate professional programs, including the chartered property casualty underwriter (CPCU) and associate in risk management... Read More →
avatar for Tracey Christianson

Tracey Christianson

Deputy Director, Washington State Transit Insurance Pool
Tracey Christianson started her career with governmental risk pooling over 25 years ago.  Tracey performed administrative services for a small public pool catering to the needs of Washington cities. She rapidly progressed to claims handling, then on to loss prevention, and eventually... Read More →
avatar for Steve Craig

Steve Craig

Managing Director, VML Insurance Programs
Steve Craig currently serves as managing director of VML Insurance Programs, the first and largest group self-insurance pool in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Craig joined VML in 1991 as deputy managing director and was named managing director in 2002. He also served on the VML legislative... Read More →
avatar for Ken Horner

Ken Horner

Chief Executive Officer, Cities & Villages Mutual Insurance Company
Ken Horner is the Chief Executive Officer for Cities and Villages Mutual Insurance Company (CVMIC). CVMIC provides liability, workers compensation, auto physical, numerous group purchase insurance options as well as an extensive range of training and onsite services for member agencies... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 1:45pm - 3:00pm EST
National Ballroom D

1:45pm EST

Why Conversations

This guided conversation will bring further focus to The Value of Why for your pool, helping you relate your role to the pool’s purpose, membership value, and future.


Speakers
avatar for David Mead

David Mead

Chief of What's Next, Start With Why
David believes that every one of us deserves to wake up inspired to go to work, feel safe while we're there, and come home at the end of the day fulfilled by the work we do. He works with leaders to help them create an environment where people show up to work because they want to... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 1:45pm - 3:00pm EST
National Ballroom B

1:45pm EST

Making 2017 Health Care Reform Work for You

Significant modifications will be made to the Affordable Care Act and accompanying regulations during 2017.  These changes may generate opportunities for pools and other public entities that are sufficiently prepared.  This session will provide attendees with practical, timely advice about how to best take advantage of these changes in 2017 and beyond.


Speakers
avatar for Jim Hamilton

Jim Hamilton

Partner, Bose McKinney & Evans, LLP
Jim Hamilton serves as general counsel for twelve self-funded medical pools in Indiana and Illinois.  He has delivered more than two hundred speeches since joining Bose McKinney & Evans LLP  in 2001. Jim received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University, his first law degree... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 1:45pm - 3:00pm EST
National Ballroom C

3:00pm EST

Beverage Break
Monday March 6, 2017 3:00pm - 3:15pm EST
Rotunda

3:15pm EST

The Board of Directors Pipeline
While there has been increased attention to executive staff succession planning, board succession is not commonly on the radar for boards of directors. Board director and leader succession planning is a long-term strategy that assures a dependable and continuous pipeline of board members with the requisite passion, commitment, and skills who are ready to assume leadership at any time.  This session will explore key pipeline considerations and strategies appropriate for public entity pools.

This session is complimentary to the Pooling Basics series offered Tuesday.  

Speakers
avatar for Frank Martinelli

Frank Martinelli

Strategic Planning Consultant, The Center for Public Skills Training
Frank Martinelli, a nationally known resource on non-profit board governance and strategic planning, is a contributing author of the book, YOU and Your Nonprofit Board: Advice and Practical Tips from the Field’s Top Practitioners, Researchers and Provocateurs published by CharityChannel... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 3:15pm - 4:30pm EST
Royal Dublin

3:15pm EST

In-house vs. Outsourced Staffing

There is a longstanding debate about whether to outsource essential services of a pool or retain significant in-house staffing. Although there is no one-size-fits-all answer, there are pros and cons to each side of the debate. This moderated panel session will examine outsourcing alternatives alongside in-house operations, providing perspective from pools operating in a variety of in-house or outsourced models.


Speakers
avatar for Martin Brady

Martin Brady

Executive Director, Schools Insurance Authority
Martin Brady is executive director of Schools Insurance Authority, a joint powers authority providing liability, property and workers’ compensation insurance to over 70 school districts in northern and central California. Martin joined SIA in 1988 as wellness program manager and... Read More →
avatar for John Brockschmidt

John Brockschmidt

President, York Pooling
John Brockschmidt is the President and Chief Operating Officer of York Pooling. John became the president of the predecessor to York Pooling, American Risk Pooling Consultants (ARPCO), in 2002. As ARPCO’s president, he was responsible for three offices, providing administration... Read More →
avatar for Amy Guilford

Amy Guilford

Chief Administrator of PC Pool & WC Fund, MASB-SEG Property/Casualty Pool, Inc.
Amy Guilford is the Chief Administrator of the Property/Casualty Pool and Workers' Compensation Fund at SET SEG which serves over 500 public schools in Michigan.  She began her career with SET SEG in 2007 and performed multiple roles as Underwriter, Operations Manager and Associate... Read More →
avatar for Beth Lyons

Beth Lyons

Executive Director, Independent Cities Risk Management Authority
Beth Lyons is a consistent, resilient, and positive leader. She leads with vision and proactively engages the Board, staff, and vendors to manage pooling operations. Lyons is service-minded and results-oriented and has excellent communication skills. She has a track record of consensus... Read More →
avatar for Mark Nestor

Mark Nestor

President, Independent Consulting & Risk Management Services, LLC
Mark is the President of Independent Consulting & Risk Management Services, LLC an independent consulting firm specializing in working with public entity pools nationwide.Mark has developed eight P/C pools from inception, revitalized sox pools, managed TPA services for six pools in... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 3:15pm - 4:30pm EST
National Ballroom D

3:15pm EST

Protection from Financial Risk – Target Funding Approach

This session will review major operational risk factors faced by pools, such as underwriting, investment, and reinsurance risks. Attendees will examine traditional and emerging strategies and financial measures designed to protect against these risks, including financial and surplus ratios, confidence level funding, risk-based capital requirements, and capital modeling.  Taken in concert, these approaches can help a pool establish comprehensive financial goals and important measurements of financial health.


Speakers
avatar for Nina Gau

Nina Gau

Director, Property and Casualty Actuarial Services, Bickmore
Nina Gau provides actuarial and risk management consulting services to public entity pools and self-insured organizations. She joined Bickmore in 2008 and brings more than 20 years of experience in the actuarial field, including ratemaking, reserving, financial modeling, and predictive... Read More →
avatar for Mike Harrington

Mike Harrington

President of Actuarial Services, Bickmore
Mike Harrington joined Bickmore in June of 2003. He provides actuarial and risk management consulting services to public entity pools and self-insured organizations. Mike brings more than 20 years of experience in the actuarial field, including ratemaking, reserving, financial modeling... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 3:15pm - 4:30pm EST
National Ballroom C

3:15pm EST

Why Conversations

This guided conversation will bring further focus to The Value of Why for your pool, helping you relate your role to the pool’s purpose, membership value, and future.


Speakers
avatar for David Mead

David Mead

Chief of What's Next, Start With Why
David believes that every one of us deserves to wake up inspired to go to work, feel safe while we're there, and come home at the end of the day fulfilled by the work we do. He works with leaders to help them create an environment where people show up to work because they want to... Read More →



Monday March 6, 2017 3:15pm - 4:30pm EST
National Ballroom B

4:30pm EST

End of Monday sessions
Monday March 6, 2017 4:30pm - 4:31pm EST
Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, Fla. 1500 Masters Boulevard, Championsgate, Fla., 33896
 
Tuesday, March 7
 

6:00am EST

Group Run
Tuesday March 7, 2017 6:00am - 7:00am EST
Main Lobby

7:15am EST

$OURCE Game

The $OURCE (Simulated Operating and Underwriting Results in a Competitive Environment) Game offers participants the opportunity to make realistic pooling decisions and consider causes and effects on a pool’s financial results. Participants will gain a greater understanding of business realities within the competitive insurance and pooling marketplace, and the importance of understanding financial implications of key business decisions. For pre-registered participants, the $OURCE Game will run in several sessions Monday, March 6 and Tuesday, March 7.


Speakers
avatar for Ann Conway

Ann Conway

Principal & Consulting Actuary, Willis Towers Watson
Ann Conway is a managing director at Willis Towers Watson, providing consulting services to numerous clients in the public and private sectors. She has worked on loss reserve evaluations for insurance companies and alternative financing mechanisms, captive feasibility analysis, reviews... Read More →
avatar for Julie Hagerstrand

Julie Hagerstrand

Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
Julie Hagerstrand is a consultant at Willis Towers Watson, providing consulting services for variety of clients including insurers, pools, trusts, captive insurers and self-insured entities. Her experience includes a range of projects, such as loss reserving, ratemaking, predictive... Read More →
avatar for Maureen Stazinski

Maureen Stazinski

Senior Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
Maureen Stazinski is a senior consultant at Willis Towers Watson, providing consulting services topublic and private clients. Her experience includes various analyses, such as loss reserving,reviews of rate or funding levels, financial modeling analysis, feasibility studies, and merger... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 7:15am - 8:30am EST
National Ballroom B

7:15am EST

Breakfast
Tuesday March 7, 2017 7:15am - 8:30am EST
International Ballroom

8:45am EST

Linking Strategy, Governance and Leadership Succession: The Role of the Board

It can be difficult to juggle the order and importance of a board's responsibility towards succession, governance and strategy. This session offers an overview of the challenges of sequencing these intertwining issues, and the imperative that they are thought of in a woven, recursive way across time rather than a simplistic, linear sequence. The session will also provide an opportunity to explore some of the ways the three themes can emerge in a pooling environment.


Speakers
avatar for Frank Martinelli

Frank Martinelli

Strategic Planning Consultant, The Center for Public Skills Training
Frank Martinelli, a nationally known resource on non-profit board governance and strategic planning, is a contributing author of the book, YOU and Your Nonprofit Board: Advice and Practical Tips from the Field’s Top Practitioners, Researchers and Provocateurs published by CharityChannel... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 8:45am - 9:45am EST
National Ballroom C

8:45am EST

Pools Under Cyber Attack: The Rise of the Machines

The pace of cybersecurity breaches has rapidly increased and pools are not immune. Organizations large and small are falling victim to hackers, hacktivists and nation states. Intellectual property, data and bank accounts have never been at greater risk. Cybercrime is a symptom of changing social, economic, political and technological factors. Join GreyCastle Security for a fresh and candid look at cybercrime today. This session will discuss the latest threats and solutions for security challenges in 2017.


Speakers
avatar for Reg Harnish

Reg Harnish

CEO, GreyCastle Security
Reg Harnish is an entrepreneur, speaker, author and the CEO for GreyCastleSecurity, a leading cybersecurity consulting firm headquartered in Troy, N.Y.Reg has been practicing security for nearly two decades, specializing in security solutions for healthcare, higher education, critical... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 8:45am - 9:45am EST
National Ballroom D

8:45am EST

The Intersection of Health and Safety 2017: Employee Health and Safety Risk Management Programs

Workers’ compensation claims are often complicated because of employee health comorbidity that influences normal injury recovery. Learn from a fellow pool about the positive impact health management services that blend wellness and work comp case management have had on the frequency and severity of claims.


Speakers
avatar for Brian Devlin

Brian Devlin

Vice President of Risk Management, Illinois Counties Risk Management Trust
Brian Devlin has degrees in both physical therapy and physiology and specialized in industrial medicine and workers’ compensation rehab from 1992 to 1997. During that period, he provided therapy and rehab services for a global large equipment manufacturer and eventually a large... Read More →
avatar for Kim Gaston

Kim Gaston

Field Clinical Service Director, Illinois Counties Risk Management Trust
Clinical Field Service Director of Insurance Program Managers Group, Kimberly Gaston, MD, DC, is a safety and wellness advocate dedicated to improving the health, wellbeing, and safety of employees. She is accredited with her medical degree from the University of Health Sciences Antigua... Read More →
avatar for Todd Greer

Todd Greer

St. Charles, IL, Illinois Counties Risk Management Trust
http://www.ipmg.com/



Tuesday March 7, 2017 8:45am - 9:45am EST
National Ballroom B

8:45am EST

Pooling Basics I
Are you new to pooling? The five-part Pooling Basics curriculum presented throughout the day will provide an overview of everything those new to pooling might need or want to know. Special focus and attention will be placed on Board-level discussions and understanding.

Part 1 will cover Pooling History and Actuarial Science.




Speakers
avatar for Joel Kress

Joel Kress

Director of Special Projects, Association of Governmental Risk Pools
Joel currently serves as Director of Special Projects for AGRiP. Amongst his other projects, he is updating Pooling Basics to be included in a holistic initiative known as Pooling Academy. Although in its infancy, Pooling Academy will wrap up all educational initiatives in the pooling... Read More →
avatar for Thomas Meyer

Thomas Meyer

Senior Consulting Actuary, Select Actuarial Services
Thomas Meyer has more than 17 years of property/casualty actuarial consulting experience and is one of the founding members of Select Actuarial Services. As a senior consulting actuary he provides expert services to a wide range of Select clients helping them... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 8:45am - 9:45am EST
Royal Dublin

9:45am EST

Beverage Break
Tuesday March 7, 2017 9:45am - 10:00am EST
Rotunda

10:00am EST

Using ERM to Improve Strategic Planning

Implementing ERM requires focus on the risk management process including the identification, prioritization, and mitigation of organizational risks. Those are important aspects of successful ERM, but typically not appropriate for Board-level engagement. The pool Board of Directors should be active and involved identifying risks to the organization’s mission and strategy, looking for ways to align ERM efforts with long-term organizational initiatives. This session will illustrate how ERM can strengthen a pool’s strategic planning process, adding structure and rigor to evaluating risks and opportunities for organizational initiatives, and enhancing an pool’s ability to allocate its resources (financial, human, or otherwise) to areas of most need or biggest potential for enhanced value.  Whether or not your pool has embraced ERM, this session will help you identify key elements to engage in your strategic planning process to improve it, overall.


Speakers
avatar for Lisanne Sison

Lisanne Sison

Managing Director, Enterprise Risk Management, Gallagher



Tuesday March 7, 2017 10:00am - 11:15am EST
National Ballroom B

10:00am EST

Law Enforcement Risk Management Programs & Tools

Law enforcement liability and workers’ compensation risk has long topped the list of most critical loss areas for a pool to monitor. Hear from a panel of pools and experts that have implemented comprehensive and unique law enforcement risk management programs and tools, including an overview of what’s worked well and what hasn’t been so successful. Consider whether any of their strategies might work well in your pooling operation.


Moderators
avatar for Joseph Hrubash

Joseph Hrubash

Executive Director, Municipal Excess Liability Joint Insurance Fund
Joseph Hrubash serves as Deputy Executive Director of the Municipal Excess Liability Joint Insurance Fund (the largest municipal pool in New Jersey and second largest in the country) and the Executive Director for the Residual Claims Fund for PERMA Risk Management Services, an independent... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Rob Boe

Rob Boe

Public Safety Project Coordinator, League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust
Rob is the Public Safety Projector Coordinator for the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust. He has worked in public safety for more than 40 years, starting as volunteer firefighter when he was 18.Rob served as a police officer, investigator and supervisor for the City of Prior... Read More →
avatar for Lewis Moskowitz

Lewis Moskowitz

Public Safety Risk Management Specialist, Public Employer Risk Management Association, Inc.
Lew was hired in 2015 as the Public Safety Risk Management Specialist in order to identify hazards and working to reduce the risk of injury to those working in public safety for NEAMI client Public Employer Risk Management Association, Inc. (PERMA). PERMA is a self-insured workers... Read More →
avatar for James Muskovich

James Muskovich

Loss Control Administrator, Montana Association of Counties
Jim Muskovich is the Loss Control Administrator for the Montana Association of Counties (MACo). He began career with MACo March, 2013. From 1995-2013, he owned and operated Loss Control Solutions, Inc., based in southern California. Jim has 22 years of experience working with Public... Read More →
avatar for Dave Nelson

Dave Nelson

Public Safety/Risk Management Officer, CIS
Dave Nelson has worked for Citycounty Insurance Services, CIS, since 2010 as their Public Safety/Risk Management Officer. Prior to joining CIS, Dave worked for the City of Troutdale for more than a decade, with 8 1/2 years as the Chief of Police and two years as City Administrator... Read More →
avatar for Timothy Sheehan

Timothy Sheehan

Associate Public Sector Director, J.A. Montgomery Risk Control
Tim Sheehan is an Associate Public Sector Director for J.A. Montgomery Risk Control. He is responsible for the management and risk control services to numerous municipal Joint Insurance Funds throughout New Jersey. Sheehan serves as the Law Enforcement liaison to the municipal JIF... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 10:00am - 11:15am EST
National Ballroom D

10:00am EST

Pooling Basics II

Are you new to pooling? The five-part Pooling Basics curriculum presented throughout the day will provide an overview of everything those new to pooling might need or want to know. Material will be shared in traditional presentation style, with expert presenters engaged throughout for group discussion, as well as opportunities for peer-to-peer collaboration. Special focus and attention will be placed on Board-level discussions and understanding.

Part 2 will cover Financial Reporting and Auditing. 

 

  

Speakers
avatar for Carrie Rice

Carrie Rice

Partner, Johnson Lambert LLP
Carrie Rice is a Partner in the Vermont office of Johnson Lambert LLP and has more than 18 years of experience in public accounting. Carrie has been providing a variety of audit and consulting services to insurance entities, including commercial carriers, governmental public entity... Read More →
avatar for Magali Welch

Magali Welch

Partner, Johnson Lambert LLP
 Magali Welch, CPA, CA, AIAF is a Partner that has over 20 years of experience in public accounting. Magali's main focus is providing audit services insurance industry. Magali's responsibilities additionally include co-chairing Johnson Lambert’s Technical Committee which has the... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 10:00am - 11:15am EST
Royal Dublin

10:00am EST

Federal Court Trends Impacting Public Entity Pools

Public entity legal issues that progress through appeals, or potentially reach a state or even the United States Supreme Court, can have lasting and widespread impact. Hear about the cases making waves in the public sector, including those with pending or active review at the Federal level. And, consider implications from court appointments and changing national policy that pools might want to be monitoring in the months ahead.


Speakers
avatar for Lisa Soronen

Lisa Soronen

State & Local Legal Center
Lisa Soronen is the Executive Director of the State and Local Legal Center (SLLC). In this role, Lisa files amicus curiae briefs to the United States Supreme Court on behalf of members of the Big Seven (National Governors Association, National Conference of State Legislatures, Council... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 10:00am - 11:15am EST
National Ballroom C

11:15am EST

Break
Tuesday March 7, 2017 11:15am - 11:30am EST
Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, Fla. 1500 Masters Boulevard, Championsgate, Fla., 33896

11:30am EST

Enterprise Risk Assessment

An Enterprise Risk Assessment (ERA) helps identify major risk categories facing a pool, as well as smaller risk sub-groupings and particularly salient individual risks within those major categories. The ERA prioritizes the identified risks and creates a strong foundation for strategic planning. This session will provide an overview of the purposes of an ERA, a discussion of methodology, and a discussion of possible uses for ERA results and recommendations.


Speakers
avatar for John Ashton

John Ashton

Executive Director, Kairos Health Arizona, Inc.
John Ashton puts the Ashton in Ashton Tiffany. He founded the firm in 1995, together with life-long amigo Mike Tiffany. John has completed a battery of post-graduate professional programs, including the chartered property casualty underwriter (CPCU) and associate in risk management... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm EST
National Ballroom B

11:30am EST

Pooling Basics III

Are you new to pooling? The five-part Pooling Basics curriculum presented throughout the day will provide an overview of everything those new to pooling might need or want to know. Material will be shared in traditional presentation style, with expert presenters engaged throughout for group discussion, as well as opportunities for peer-to-peer collaboration. Special focus and attention will be placed on Board-level discussions and understanding.

Part 3 will cover Claims. 

 

  

Speakers
avatar for Sheryl Brandt

Sheryl Brandt

Chief Risk Officer, Enduris
Sheryl Brandt has the privilege of partnering with more than 500 special purpose districts in the State of Washington in applying risk management to their daily operations. For the past several years she has worked with Port Districts, Fire Districts, Health... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm EST
Royal Dublin

11:30am EST

Autonomous Vehicles

Autonomous vehicles present opportunities and risks for public entity members that might also change the profile of transit, fleet, and auto risks for pools.  Explore the totality of development cycle, shifting operations, and risks that are presented by this new technology and consider the implications for your pooling operation.


Speakers
avatar for Chris Kogut

Chris Kogut

Principal and Consulting Actuary, Milliman, Inc.
Chris Kogut is a Principal of Milliman, Inc., a global actuarial consulting firm. Chris is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society (“FCAS”) and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries (“MAAA”).Chris has more than 20 years of actuarial consulting experience. She focuses... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm EST
National Ballroom C

11:30am EST

Pooling Considerations for Public Engagement

Public engagement in local governments is an interesting topic for civics class, but why does it matter to pools? Public engagement gone wrong can create unnecessary conflicts or hinder resolution. In today’s world it doesn’t take long for a public entity member in crisis to rack up a million dollars or more in loss costs resulting from unhealthy levels or expressions of conflict. Learn about one pool’s story, research, resources and insights into public engagement done right and the value of helping pool members productively manage public conflict.


Speakers
avatar for Aimee Gourlay

Aimee Gourlay

Director of Mediation Center, Hamline University School of Law
Aimee Gourlay JD is CEO of Mediation Center, an affiliate of Mitchell Hamline Law School's Dispute Resolution Institute, for whom she is also a Senior Fellow and Adjunct Professor.Aimee brings 30 years of experience managing mediation programs, designing and providing adult education... Read More →
avatar for Dan Greensweig

Dan Greensweig

Assistant Administrator, League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust
Dan Greensweig is the Assistant Administrator of the League of Minnesota Cities Insurance Trust. He has also served as the Director of Operations and General Counsel for the Minnesota Association of Townships Insurance Trust, as an Assistant State Auditor and Director of that office's... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 11:30am - 12:30pm EST
National Ballroom D

12:45pm EST

Lunch
Tuesday March 7, 2017 12:45pm - 2:00pm EST
International Ballroom

1:15pm EST

$OURCE Game

The $OURCE (Simulated Operating and Underwriting Results in a Competitive Environment) Game offers participants the opportunity to make realistic pooling decisions and consider causes and effects on a pool’s financial results. Participants will gain a greater understanding of business realities within the competitive insurance and pooling marketplace, and the importance of understanding financial implications of key business decisions. For pre-registered participants, the $OURCE Game will run in several sessions Monday, March 6 and Tuesday, March 7.


Speakers
avatar for Ann Conway

Ann Conway

Principal & Consulting Actuary, Willis Towers Watson
Ann Conway is a managing director at Willis Towers Watson, providing consulting services to numerous clients in the public and private sectors. She has worked on loss reserve evaluations for insurance companies and alternative financing mechanisms, captive feasibility analysis, reviews... Read More →
avatar for Julie Hagerstrand

Julie Hagerstrand

Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
Julie Hagerstrand is a consultant at Willis Towers Watson, providing consulting services for variety of clients including insurers, pools, trusts, captive insurers and self-insured entities. Her experience includes a range of projects, such as loss reserving, ratemaking, predictive... Read More →
avatar for Maureen Stazinski

Maureen Stazinski

Senior Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
Maureen Stazinski is a senior consultant at Willis Towers Watson, providing consulting services topublic and private clients. Her experience includes various analyses, such as loss reserving,reviews of rate or funding levels, financial modeling analysis, feasibility studies, and merger... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 1:15pm - 2:00pm EST
National Ballroom B

2:15pm EST

Diversity as a Good Governance Tool

Diversity of perspective and background is important on a Board of Directors to be sure issues are addressed from every angle and solutions are fully vetted. Developing diversity goals and policies is a first step in making sure your Board is as well-rounded and ready to tackle future challenges. In this session, explore the value of diversity on a Board of Directors and the practical ways it can help you improve your pool’s governance and performance.


Speakers
avatar for Robin Hindsman Stacia

Robin Hindsman Stacia

Founder & Principal Consultant, Sage Consulting Network
For nearly 20 years, Dr. Robin Hindsman Stacia has practiced as an organizational management and board consultant as the Principal/Consultant. Stacia's work focuses on strengthening organizational operations and improving board performance, by ensuring the capacity and applied knowledge... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm EST
National Ballroom B

2:15pm EST

Pooling Basics IV

Are you new to pooling? The five-part Pooling Basics curriculum presented throughout the day will provide an overview of everything those new to pooling might need or want to know. Material will be shared in traditional presentation style, with expert presenters engaged throughout for group discussion, as well as opportunities for peer-to-peer collaboration. Special focus and attention will be placed on Board-level discussions and understanding.

Part 4 will cover Underwriting.

 

  

Speakers
avatar for Joel Kress

Joel Kress

Director of Special Projects, Association of Governmental Risk Pools
Joel currently serves as Director of Special Projects for AGRiP. Amongst his other projects, he is updating Pooling Basics to be included in a holistic initiative known as Pooling Academy. Although in its infancy, Pooling Academy will wrap up all educational initiatives in the pooling... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm EST
Royal Dublin

2:15pm EST

Secret Service Techniques for Emergency Preparedness

Emergency preparedness is something every public entity addresses at one time or another, and it is a common member service area for pools. In this session, learn the basics of helping your members build a comprehensive emergency preparedness program that includes site assessments, emergency planning and critical incident training. Identify barriers your members are likely to face when building their plans, and explore ways to help them overcome what could be “fatal” flaws in their preparedness.


Speakers
avatar for Jason Russell

Jason Russell

President/CEO, Secure Education Consultants
Jason Russell is the founder of Secure Environment and Secure Education Consultants, LLC (SEC) and is its President and Chief Executive Officer. He is responsible for overseeing all company operations, product development, and quality assurance.Prior to SEC, Jason served with the... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm EST
National Ballroom C

2:15pm EST

State of the Market

This presentation will provide a review of the current state of the insurance and reinsurance marketplaces. We will help sort out what is likely and what is not likely in a non-politicized discussion of how the public entity, pooling, and insurance marketplace will be affected by changes in regulatory impacts, tax impacts, the Affordable Care Act, and more.  What do you think will change (if anything) in the shift of our national politic?


Speakers
avatar for Brian Viscusi

Brian Viscusi

Senior Vice President & Client Group Head, Munich Re
Brian Viscusi is SVP and Head of Client Group within the Specialty Markets division of Munich Reinsurance America based in Princeton, N.J., where he is responsible for Alternative Markets business providing risk solutions to public, educational, religious, and secular nonprofit entities.Brian... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 2:15pm - 3:00pm EST
National Ballroom D

3:00pm EST

Beverage Break
Tuesday March 7, 2017 3:00pm - 3:15pm EST
Rotunda

3:15pm EST

Implementing Diversity Practices for the Pool Board

Having a diversity goal for your Board is great, but how do you put it into practice? This session will provide toolkit strategies to implement diversity goals, focused on Board recruitment and development. Explore the upsides of establishing a diversity-driven Board, as well as concerns and doubts about building diversity.


Speakers
avatar for Robin Hindsman Stacia

Robin Hindsman Stacia

Founder & Principal Consultant, Sage Consulting Network
For nearly 20 years, Dr. Robin Hindsman Stacia has practiced as an organizational management and board consultant as the Principal/Consultant. Stacia's work focuses on strengthening organizational operations and improving board performance, by ensuring the capacity and applied knowledge... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 3:15pm - 4:15pm EST
National Ballroom B

3:15pm EST

Compensation Trends for Top Pooling Executives

The position of top pool executive is a unique job with a relatively small peer group. AGRiP is the only organization collecting and reporting on compensation for the position, watching industry trends and outcomes. Join this session to hear an overview of findings on salary and compensation impacts as they relate to geography, education, employment structure, reporting structure, and other relevant metrics.


Speakers
avatar for Michelle Carter

Michelle Carter

Director of Programs & Services, AGRiP
http://www.agrip.org



Tuesday March 7, 2017 3:15pm - 4:15pm EST
National Ballroom D

3:15pm EST

State Regulation - How Would it Change Your World?

State specific pooling regulation doesn't have to be perceived as constricting. This session will provide a high-level look at what state insurance departments require of traditional carriers. If you understand the regulators’ expectations of transparency, you’re in a better position to deflect criticism from competitors, and may be able to head off an adversarial relationship with your state regulators. Statutory versus GAAP accounting is the easy part. Opening your doors to regulators for a financial examination is another story.


Speakers
avatar for Cheryl Bossingham

Cheryl Bossingham

CPA, Strohm Ballweg, LLP
Cheryll Bossingham is a CPA at Strohm Ballweg, LLP, a nationally recognized public accounting firm serving only the insurance industry. Cheryll earned a bachelor’s of business administration degree and master’s degree in accounting from the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater... Read More →
avatar for Dennis Tweedale

Dennis Tweedale

CEO, League of Wisconsin Municipalities Mutual Insurance
Dennis Tweedale graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with a degree in Risk Management and holds the designations of Associate in Risk Management (ARM) and Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU). His experience as a public risk manager, past president of PRIMA... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 3:15pm - 4:15pm EST
National Ballroom C

3:15pm EST

Pooling Basics V

Are you new to pooling? The five-part Pooling Basics curriculum presented throughout the day will provide an overview of everything those new to pooling might need or want to know. Material will be shared in traditional presentation style, with expert presenters engaged throughout for group discussion, as well as opportunities for peer-to-peer collaboration. Special focus and attention will be placed on Board-level discussions and understanding.

Part 5 will cover Loss Control, Risk Management, and Questions & Answers. 

 



Speakers
avatar for Joel Kress

Joel Kress

Director of Special Projects, Association of Governmental Risk Pools
Joel currently serves as Director of Special Projects for AGRiP. Amongst his other projects, he is updating Pooling Basics to be included in a holistic initiative known as Pooling Academy. Although in its infancy, Pooling Academy will wrap up all educational initiatives in the pooling... Read More →



Tuesday March 7, 2017 3:15pm - 4:15pm EST
Royal Dublin

4:15pm EST

End of Tuesday sessions
Tuesday March 7, 2017 4:15pm - 4:16pm EST
Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, Fla. 1500 Masters Boulevard, Championsgate, Fla., 33896
 
Wednesday, March 8
 

7:30am EST

Breakfast
Wednesday March 8, 2017 7:30am - 9:00am EST
International Ballroom

7:30am EST

Roundtables by Line of Coverage: Health

AGRiP roundtable sessions are always spirited, interesting, and sure to give you some new ideas to consider back at home. Join your peers for facilitated breakfast conversations organized around line of coverage. Bring your questions and current concerns to share.


Speakers
avatar for Brett Davis

Brett Davis

Chief Executive Officer, Park District Risk Management Agency
Brett is PDRMA's President and Chief Executive Officer and works closely with the Board of Directors to develop the strategic vision and direction for the organization. He advises the Board of Directors on matters of organizational policy and develops and implements... Read More →


Wednesday March 8, 2017 7:30am - 9:00am EST
National Ballroom D

7:30am EST

Roundtables by Line of Coverage: Property/Liability

AGRiP roundtable sessions are always spirited, interesting, and sure to give you some new ideas to consider back at home. Join your peers for facilitated breakfast conversations organized around line of coverage. Bring your questions and current concerns to share.


Wednesday March 8, 2017 7:30am - 9:00am EST
National Ballroom B

7:30am EST

Roundtables by Line of Coverage: Workers' Compensation

AGRiP roundtable sessions are always spirited, interesting, and sure to give you some new ideas to consider back at home. Join your peers for facilitated breakfast conversations organized around line of coverage. Bring your questions and current concerns to share.


Speakers
avatar for Brett Davis

Brett Davis

Chief Executive Officer, Park District Risk Management Agency
Brett is PDRMA's President and Chief Executive Officer and works closely with the Board of Directors to develop the strategic vision and direction for the organization. He advises the Board of Directors on matters of organizational policy and develops and implements... Read More →


Wednesday March 8, 2017 7:30am - 9:00am EST
National Ballroom C

9:00am EST

Break
Wednesday March 8, 2017 9:00am - 9:15am EST
Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, Fla. 1500 Masters Boulevard, Championsgate, Fla., 33896

9:15am EST

SuperForecaster Showcase

In the last year, 16 SuperForecasters have been exploring public entity and pooling operational and leadership topics. They’ve looked at everything from the future of public-private partnerships to how the risk management profession is changing; from the impact of autonomous vehicles to community resiliency efforts. This panel of selected AGRiP SuperForecasters will share their work so far, the lessons they’ve learned, the approaches and tools they’ve found most helpful, and the ways all pools can implement a future-ready, forecaster mindset.


Speakers
avatar for Scott Moss

Scott Moss

Property/Casualty Trust Director, Citycounty Insurance Services
Scott Moss joined CIS on February 1, 2010 as its Property/Casualty Trust Director, overseeing CIS’ property, liability, and workers’ comp programs. Scott started his career as a ski-bum in the mountains of Utah where he heard about risk management in a finance class at University... Read More →
avatar for Rebecca Ryan

Rebecca Ryan

Founder, Next Generation Consulting
Rebecca Ryan is called a “human spark plug."Trained as a futurist and an economist, Rebecca helps clients figure out what's next so they can be ready for the future. Rebecca is the Resident Futurist for AGRiP, and a senior advisor at the Governing Institute, a faculty member at... Read More →
avatar for Janet Selby

Janet Selby

North Bay Schools Insurance Authority
By day, Janet is the Executive Director for North Bay Schools Insurance Authority, which serves 15 school districts and county offices of education in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Previously, she spent 15 years as Workers’ Compensation Program Manager for Municipal Pooling... Read More →
avatar for Jeffrey Welsh

Jeffrey Welsh

Senior Vice President, Munich Re
Jeff Welsh, CPCU, AU is a Senior Vice President for Munich Re America and has been the Regional Manager in Chicago for public risk underwriting for the Alternative Markets Risk Unit for the Central U.S for the last 20 years.Previous to 1997, Jeff was the Regional Manager of the Public... Read More →
avatar for Carol Wilmes

Carol Wilmes

Director of Member Pooling Programs, Association of Washington Cities Employee Benefit Trust
Carol Wilmes is the Director of Member Pooling Programs for the Association of Washington Cities, overseeing AWC’s Employee Benefit Trust, Risk Management Service Agency, Workers’ Comp Retrospective Rating Program, and Drug & Alcohol Testing Consortium. For the majority of her... Read More →



Wednesday March 8, 2017 9:15am - 10:30am EST
International Ballroom

10:30am EST

Beverage Break
Wednesday March 8, 2017 10:30am - 10:45am EST
Rotunda

10:45am EST

Strategic Planning & Foresight: A Road Trip for Your Public Entity Pool

Think of the most epic road trip you've ever taken. Did you have a final destination in mind? Was it full of detours, happy accidents...or danger? As pools we want to know why we exist (remember the opening session!) and whether pooling's noble, historic legacy still holds up for today's and tomorrow's members; and we want to know where we’re going. Based upon her extensive work with public entity pools, and framed using a new set of tools introduced specifically for pools, AGRiP's resident futurist Rebecca Ryan will help pools understand the road trips they're taking, where they may end up, and how to plot the best route. You won’t want to miss this closing session that helps draw the roadmap from start to finish of our 2017 Governance & Leadership Conference.

 

  

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Ryan

Rebecca Ryan

Founder, Next Generation Consulting
Rebecca Ryan is called a “human spark plug."Trained as a futurist and an economist, Rebecca helps clients figure out what's next so they can be ready for the future. Rebecca is the Resident Futurist for AGRiP, and a senior advisor at the Governing Institute, a faculty member at... Read More →



Wednesday March 8, 2017 10:45am - 12:00pm EST
International Ballroom

12:00pm EST

End of Wednesday sessions
Wednesday March 8, 2017 12:00pm - 12:01pm EST
Omni Orlando Resort at Championsgate, Fla. 1500 Masters Boulevard, Championsgate, Fla., 33896
 
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