First, shame on you for thinking I was going to milk our VCIA Road Show to Denver next week with some type of cannabis-related pun or joke. John Denver television specials were a big part of my memories growing up, of course.
Second, yes we will be in downtown Denver on Wednesday, November 7th with our Road Show, at the IMA Corporate Office. Starting at 1:00 local time we will spread the good word about captive insurance to folks in the Mountain Time Zone. The Original Captive Insurance Road Shows are structured for the maximum education and networking that four hours will allow. The afternoon includes two educational seminars featuring captive owners and captive professional panelists including the Vermont Deputy Commissioner of Captives, who document their companies’ experiences in forming and operating a Vermont captive. Our two owners are a couple of old hats at this game (I could get in trouble for calling them old hats).
Jan Klodowski is the vice president of Agri-Services Agency Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of Dairy Farmers of America. She is the administrator for Agrisurance Inc., a Vermont domiciled Sponsored Captive that provides Workers’ Comp and Health coverages for the farming and agricultural industry in the United States. Part of Jan’s responsibilities includes the development and management of successful Captive/Alternative Risk Financing programs for their members. Jan is a licensed Insurance Broker and holds the designations of Associate in Captive Insurance and the Associate in Risk Management.
And Heather McClure is an executive director of operations at OU Physicians. She is a licensed attorney in Oklahoma and Texas with an LL.M. in Health Care Law. Heather has worked exclusively for hospitals and physicians for over 20 years. She is responsible for risk management, professional liability, and patient safety for the multi-specialty academic medical practice, which includes partnerships with multiple hospitals across Oklahoma and encompasses nearly every adult and pediatric specialty as well as 72 ambulatory clinics. Heather is also the Chief Operating Officer of OU Physicians’ captive professional liability insurer, Academic Physicians Insurance Company, which covers approximately 750 faculty physicians, 700 resident physicians and 700 medical students at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine.
The afternoon wraps up with a networking reception for all attendees. CPE / CLE credit available for seminar participation. VCIA members and nonmembers alike who have captives, serve captives or are exploring the formation of captives are invited to attend! Go to www.vcia.com to get more information and register.
I can’t wait to feel the sunshine on my shoulders! Ah, the grass is always greener…