Schedule & Speakers

2017 CPCU Society Annual Meeting Sessions:

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Leadership and
Career Development

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Emerging Issues
and Technology

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Claims, Underwriting
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Operations

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Exposures and
Coverages

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Ethics and
Regulation

Friday, September 15

7:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m. | Registration and Resource Center Open

Registration and Resource Center Open

Saturday, September 16

6:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. | Registration and Resource Center Open

Registration and Resource Center Open

9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. | New Designee Open House

Sponsored by: Crawford & Company

Network with fellow new CPCUs and learn all about what the CPCU Society has to offer as you take the next step in your career. Come enjoy games and entertainment, meet CPCU Society volunteer leaders and win great prizes!

*Times may be subject to change

3:00 p.m.–4:00 p.m. | Doors Open for Conferment Ceremony

Doors Open for Conferment Ceremony

All attendees and guests are invited to celebrate those who have earned their CPCU® designation in the past year. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early.

4:00 p.m.–5:30 p.m. | The Institutes CPCU Conferment Ceremony

Sponsored by: State Farm

Keynote Speaker: Jose “J.R.” Martinez
Actor, Author, Speaker, Veteran

J.R. Martinez is an American actor, author, speaker and veteran who just one month after his deployment to Iraq, hit a roadside bomb and sustained severe burns to over 34 percent of his body. During his recovery, Martinez discovered the positive impact sharing his story could have and has since traveled the world, inspiring others.

J.R. Martinez is best known for his role on All My Children, his participation on Dancing with the Stars and his New York Times’ best seller: Full of Heart: My Story of Survival, Strength and Spirit.

All Annual Meeting attendees are welcome to celebrate our new designees at The Institutes’ CPCU Conferment Ceremony on Saturday, September 16. Doors will open at 3:00 p.m., and the ceremony will begin promptly at 4:00 p.m. We encourage you to arrive early. Seating is open to all attendees and guests; there is no designated seating area for new designees.

2017 Share Your Story Contest
2017 new designees can enter today for the chance to share their personal CPCU journey at the upcoming Conferment Ceremony. The two selected winners will also receive an Apple Watch!

5:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m. | Conferment Congratulatory Reception in Epcot®

Surround yourself with magic as we celebrate our newest CPCUs! Immediately following The Institutes’ Conferment Ceremony, join new designees and fellow CPCUs for cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, music and entertainment at the famous Epcot® park.

One ticket is included for attendees and guests registered for the full Annual Meeting. Those who select either One-day and Conferment Ceremony-only registrations can purchase a ticket for themselves and unregistered guests for $75 each. A ticket is required for all attendees and guests of all ages to attend the reception. Tickets include transportation and admittance to Epcot®.

Sunday, September 17

6:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. | Registration and Resource Center Open

Registration and Resource Center Open

7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m. | Breakfast

Breakfast

Complimentary continental breakfast served in Veracruz Hall for registered attendees

8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

Enhancing Your Personal Brand

Speakers: Samuel Palmisano, SHRM-SCP, SPHR, Amica Insurance Mutual Company | Jeffrey P. Gagnon, Amica Insurance Mutual Company

High-profile companies shape their brands through the actions and affiliations the public perceives every day.  They spend considerable time and resources defining their brands and strategically creating opportunities to enhance them.  But how often do we take the time to enhance our personal brands?  This session explores the personal brand and how it can affect your image, career, and reputations in your company.


Eyes In the Sky: Insurance and Risk Management for Drones

Speaker: David B. Hampson, CPCU, ARM, Schrager Hampson Aviation Insurance Agency

Drones are a hot topic in the insurance industry, with vast accompanying risks.  This session, presented by an insurance broker and pilot specializing in aviation insurance, will explore these risks, as well as current best practices in risk management, and delve into aviation insurance products and coverages available to transfer drone-related risks.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.


Generation Vexed: Busting Workplace Demographics Myths

Speaker: Martin J. Frappolli, CPCU, FIDM, AIC, The Institutes

This session will expose the myths and reveal common ground among members of Generation Y, Generation X, Millennials, Baby Boomers, and the Greatest Generation.  Might today’s boomer have once embodied the sentiments of a millennial? How can we separate facts from myths and use that information for a more productive workplace?

9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. | New Designee Open House

Sponsored by: Crawford & Company

Network with fellow new CPCUs and learn all about what the CPCU Society has to offer as you take the next step in your career. Come enjoy games and entertainment, meet CPCU Society volunteer leaders and win great prizes!

*Times may be subject to change

9:15 a.m.–10:15 a.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

How the Blockchain Will Revolutionize Insurance

Speaker: Patrick Schmid, PhD, MA, The Institutes

The blockchain. The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal say it may disrupt financial service industries and revolutionize the world economy.  Learn how in this session, which will cover the history of the blockchain, its economic and technological underpinnings, and its ability to affect the future of risk management and insurance.

Q&A with the session speaker

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.


Breaking Down Virtual Walls: Leading and Motivating Remote Team Members

Speakers: Rita Williams-Bogar, MBA, CPCU, ChFC, Personal Development Solutions, LLC  |  Denise Brown, CPCU, AINS, AIC, InterWest Insurance Services, Inc.

Have you been tasked with leading or participating on a remote team? This workshop will serve as a forum for a facilitator-led idea exchange about geographically dispersed teams, ranging from work groups to CPCU Society interest groups. Participants will identify the challenges of engaging remote teams, share success strategies, and codify best practices for remote team leaders and members.


The Insurer’s Duty to Make Reasonable Settlement Decisions

Speaker: Mark M. Bell, JD, CPCU, Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP | Drew Warth, JD, Waller Lansden Dortch & Davis, LLP

Can insurers contest the reasonableness of a settlement decision after denying coverage? This session will discuss the doctrine of an insurer’s duty to make reasonable settlement decisions and the far-reaching implications of proposed changes to this doctrine.

10:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m. | Opening Session:Kevin Mitnick, Cyber Security Expert

Opening General Session Speaker: Kevin Mitnick
Hacker and Cyber Security Expert

Kevin Mitnick is a world-famous cyber security expert, as well as global best-selling author. At the 2017 CPCU Society Annual Meeting, Mitnick will illustrate how hackers think and work through a live hacking demonstration. Be prepared to leave with newfound knowledge on online threats and risks you weren’t even aware existed!

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. | Lunch

Lunch

Complimentary lunch buffet served in Veracruz Hall for registered attendees

  • Knowledge Bytes: 15-minute briefings on current insurance and risk management issues presented by industry knowledge leaders.
    • Presenters: Bill Wilson and Kellie Goldfien

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. | Career Conversations: Small Group Mentoring

This hot networking opportunity is back by popular demand! CPCU Society Career Conversations bring new and experienced CPCUs together for a one-time, informal conversation about topics of interest to the industry and our careers. Each conversation group is limited to five mentees and one mentor to ensure you make a personal connection. Spots are first come, first serve.

Sign up to become a mentee!

12:30 p.m.–2:15 p.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

Is Your Home Smarter Than You?

Speakers: Robin Olson, CPCU, ARM, ARP, International Risk Management Institute | Richard F. Walsh, Jr., CIC, CPCU, CRIS, Motorists Insurance Group

Smart-home technologies continue to evolve as new tech toys are constantly emerging.  This session will introduce you to the modern insurance issues and opportunities associated with “connected home” technology.  Come find out why your home may be smarter than you – and the related implications for insurers and insurance professionals.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.


Bad Faith Nightmares: Recent Trends and Themes

Speakers: Denise Brown, CPCU, AINS, AIC, InterWest Insurance Services, Inc.  | Ulises Castellon, CPCU, Fire Cause Analysis | Paul Rosner, JD, CPCU, Soha & Lang, P.S.

We’ve all read about them—those well-publicized, big-hit bad-faith cases. What went wrong? And what can you do to prevent being the next headline? This interactive session examines real-life cases to explore the errors and issues that led to some of the industry’s most troubling bad-faith losses. Participants will gain knowledge about the current bad-faith landscape and the increasingly common attacks used by plaintiffs, as well as practical tips to help them avoid some dangerous pitfalls.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates


The Emerging U.S. Flood Insurance Market

Speakers: Howard Kunst, CoreLogic | Christopher Heidrick, CPCU, ANFI, CFP, Heidrick & Company Insurance and Risk Management Services | Marc Treacy, ISO | Carla D’Andre, MBA, CPCU, CLU, D’Andre Insurance Group, Inc.

The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) is up for reauthorization in September 2017. Over 50 years after private insurers abandoned the residential flood market, Congress will likely push to move many of the over 5 million NFIP policies to private insurers. This session will update you on the reauthorization, the prospects for private flood insurance and new methods for assessing flood exposure.

2:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

Increasing the Adoption of Data Analytics in Core Insurance Functions

Speakers: Mike Fitzgerald, MBA, CPCU, PMP, Celent | Michael W. Elliott, CPCU, AIAF, The Institutes

Data and analytics is a major investment area for insurers. And while it promises significant return on this investment, adoption is key for success. This session will present practical steps insurers can take to increase the usage and effectiveness of data analytics. Attendees will learn the results of a recent Celent/The Institutes report, which analyzes the data analytics needs of property-casualty insurance professionals; key trends in big data and technology; adoption efforts across the industry; and the application of various predictive modeling techniques, such as link analysis, classification analysis, text mining, and social network analysis through claims and underwriting cases.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.


What Every Agent and Broker Needs to Know About International Insurance

Speakers: Elaine George, CPCU, RPLU, ARM, Chubb | Michael E. “Mickey” Brown, CPCU, ARM, Marsh USA Inc.

The insurance industry is increasingly becoming more global, making it more important than ever to know how to handle your clients’ international insurance needs. This session is designed to show agents and brokers how to structure a property-casualty insurance program for U.S. companies doing business abroad. Attendees will learn the basics of designing a controlled master program as well as country-specific nuances.


Navigating Office Politics

Speaker: Kathleen Winsor-Games, The Winsor Group

When you hear “office politics,” does it conjure visions of positive influence and conflict resolution or of difficult employees and toxic relationships? No matter your response, one thing is certain: office politics are part of the permanent landscape. Through this session, you will gain a fresh perspective on the true nature of office politics, ways to avert sabotage and conflict, and an ability to protect your authority and influence while building healthy professional relationships.

Monday, September 18

6:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. | Registration and Resource Center Open

Registration and Resource Center Open

7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m. | Breakfast

Breakfast

Complimentary continental breakfast served in Veracruz Hall for registered attendees

7:30 a.m. - 9:10 a.m. | Educational Session

Vacation Calamity 2: Adventures on the Trip to Orlando

Speakers: Harold Weston, JD, CPCU, Georgia State University | Phillip Bryant, JD , CPCU, Pitzer Snodgrass, P.C. | Paul Rosner, JD, CPCU, SOHA & Lang P.S. | Michael Gay, MA, CPCU, ARM, Volvo Financial Services

Join us for a tale of a fictional group traveling to Orlando, Florida, for The Institutes CPCU Society Annual Meeting. The group encounters misfortunes and accidents along the way, including at an amusement park, on an aerial gondola ride, and from an Airbnb stay gone bad. The panel will discuss the legal issues and apply policy provisions.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.

8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m. | Educational Session

Vehicle Safety and Advances in Automotive Technology

Speaker: Kim Hazelbaker, Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI)

This session will focus on the technology required for autonomous cars. The presenter will examine real-life claims to assess the impact on auto insurance and explore how fast changes are being made – which is perhaps more slowly than often reported. The presenter will also share in-vehicle video footage to demonstrate the drivers’ experiences in high-tech vehicles.

8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. | Educational Session

Ethics: It’s a Hard World After All

Speakers: Jennifer Pashby, CPCU, ARM, AU, Liberty Mutual | Kate Goering, CPCU, AIC, CLU, State Farm Insurance | Mike Lawrence, CPCU, AAI | Mark McDonnell, CPCU, CIC, AIM, Vermont Mutual Insurance Group

Ethics are at the core of the CPCU designation, and every day, CPCUs face potential ethical dilemmas in their insurance and risk management workplace. This session will introduce you to real-life ethical challenges, through a series of situational vignettes focused on insurance industry operations. Expect lively discussion and varied opinions, as the issues presented will offer no easy answers.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.

9:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m. | New Designee Open House

Sponsored by: Crawford & Company

Network with fellow new CPCUs and learn all about what the CPCU Society has to offer as you take the next step in your career. Come enjoy games and entertainment, meet CPCU Society volunteer leaders and win great prizes!

*Times may be subject to change

9:15 a.m.–10:15 a.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

Leveraging Your In-Company Reputation and Star Power with “Acebook”

Speaker: Chris Hamilton, CPCU, ChFC, CLU, State Farm Insurance

Facebook is fun and may serve as a vehicle for publicizing your personal successes, but what you need to succeed in your career is Acebook – a way to capture your professional wins and solidify your standing as a star employee. Back by popular demand, this session will help you learn how to record and communicate your business achievements to build a strong internal resume and ensure high marks at your next performance review.


Telematics: How the Connected Car Will Help Drivers, Agents, and Insurers

Speakers: Steven Fernandes, Octo Telematics North America

Beyond assessing driver risk, telematics can improve customer experience and change insurance from reactive to proactive. This session will use a case study to provide insights and practical tips on why and how to implement a telematics program for vehicle health and maintenance, fuel conservation, crash and claim on-demand assistance, and fraud reduction.

10:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

The Additional Insured Illusion…and other Feats of Contractual Risk Transfer Magic even David Blaine Couldn’t Pull Off

Speaker: Bill Wilson, CPCU, ARM, AIM, InsuranceCommentary.com

Additional insured endorsements, contractual liability, and certificates of insurance issues are controversial in the insurance industry. This session will help you understand the surrounding issues and their effects on all parties, as well as how courts are interpreting controversies and how to respond to claims and suits arising from the issues.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.


Lessons in Leadership

Speaker: Michael Koscielny Jr., CPCU, CIC, ARe, Florida Peninsula Insurance Company

Michael Koscielny, president and chair of the CPCU Society Leadership Council and director of underwriting at Florida Peninsula Insurance Company, will share 13 tried-and-true leadership lessons he’s gained from 35 years of working in the industry. Through humor and candor, he will discuss skills that help leaders excel, such as having fun, avoiding temptations, and being a visionary.

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. | Hot Topic Session*

Reach Beyond UBI – The Total Telematics Experience

Sponsored by: Octo Telematics

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*Pre-registration is required. Registration will be on a first come, first serve basis.

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. | Lunch

Lunch

Complimentary lunch buffet served in Veracruz Hall for registered attendees

  • Knowledge Bytes: 15-minute briefings on current insurance and risk management issues presented by industry knowledge leaders.
    • Presenters: Gabriela Dominguez and Patrick Schmid

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. | Career Conversations: Small Group Mentoring

This hot networking opportunity is back by popular demand! CPCU Society Career Conversations bring new and experienced CPCUs together for a one-time, informal conversation about topics of interest to the industry and our careers. Each conversation group is limited to five mentees and one mentor to ensure you make a personal connection. Spots are first come, first serve.

Sign up to become a mentee!

12:30 p.m.–2:15 p.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

Youth Sports Concussions: Risk Management and Liability Issues

Speakers: Anthony Corleto, JD | Rudy Castellani, MD, Western Michigan University School of Medicine | Todd Maugans, MD, Nemours Children’s Hospital

The medical concerns and media focus around concussions in amateur sports have been game changers for young athletes. In this session, a neurologist, an attorney, and a sports medicine researcher will focus on the medical research, risk management action steps, and education of those who manage or are exposed to concussions within youth sports organizations.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.


Mock Summary Judgment and Appeal: Wind, Water & Worse

Speakers: James Nolan, JD, CPCU, Smith, Rolfes, & Skavdahl Company, L.P.A. | Elise Farnham, CPCU, ARM, AIM, Illumine Consulting | Vincent Boylan, CPCU, RPLU, Willis of Maryland, Inc. | Tommy Michaels, CPCU, AIC, ARM, T.R. Michaels Claim Consulting, LLC | George M. Wallace, JD, CPCU, Wallace, Brown & Schwartz

Enjoy a bit of old-fashioned theater at the Annual Meeting during this mock trial, based on an actual case. You will witness a rousing dramatization of an argument around a motion for summary judgment in the trial court and an appeal by the losing party before three appellate justices. In the process, you will learn about the mechanics of insurance coverage litigation, how legal issues are framed and preserved, the differences between trial and appellate courts, and the way in which those courts analyze coverage disputes, as well as about the range of issues and policy provisions that lead to coverage determinations in multiparty, multicausal losses.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.


What You Don’t Know About Wildfires … Can Cost You

Speakers: Pat Durland, Stone Creek Fire LLC | Faith Ann Heinsch, PhD, S&K Global Solutions

An expert in wildfire mitigation and a scientist focused on wildland fire behavior and danger rating will distinguish between the myths and realities of wildfires. The presenters will examine the effects of climate trends, review the mechanics of structural wildfire losses, and explain how wildfire loss exposures can be quantified and wildfire losses mitigated.

Q&A with the session speaker

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.

2:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m. | General Session: InsurTech Rising – Staying Agile in a Digital World

General Session: InsurTech Rising – Staying Agile in a Digital World

Moderator: Peter L. Miller, CPCU, The Institutes

Speakers: Andrew Breen, Argo Group | Robin Smith, WeGoLook and Crawford & Company | Nigel Walsh, Deloitte

InsurTech is here and driving unprecedented change in the insurance industry. Today’s insurance professionals have access to a host of technological tools and data on which to make decisions and create both efficiencies and savings for clients. At this session, a panel of experts will discuss the latest innovations enabling data capture, data storage and data analytics and examine how these technologies are shaping the insurance industry’s future.

Tuesday, September 19

6:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. | Registration and Resource Center Open

Registration and Resource Center Open

7:00 a.m.–8:00 a.m. | Breakfast

Breakfast

Complimentary continental breakfast served in Veracruz Hall for registered attendees

8:00 a.m.–9:00 a.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

Our Brains are Biased: How to Break Out, Break In, and Break Through

Amy Waninger, CPCU, AINS, AIM, Liberty Mutual

Is your professional network as diverse as the workforce and community around you? If not, you could be missing important opportunities for your career and company. This session will help you remove the artificial – and likely subconscious – barriers that may be keeping you from your next mentor, star hire, or big customer.


The Impact of Climate Change: Measuring Uncertainty

Michael Angelina, ACAS, MAAA, CERA, Saint Joseph’s University

Climate change is shaking up traditional risk management methods. Hear a member of the Casualty Actuarial Society discuss common misconceptions about climate risk, tools and resources for quantifying climate change hazards, and examples of how traditional risk management applies under climate change. Learn about the recently launched Actuaries Climate Index, which uses public data to provide objective statistics showing the impact of climate change by focusing on extreme weather events and sea levels.

8:00 a.m.–10:00 a.m. | Educational Session

GAME ON! Test Your Insurance Regulatory Knowledge

Speakers: Joe Bieniek, CPCU, AIE, CRM, First Consulting & Administration, Inc. | Eric Nordman, CPCU, CIE, MCM, National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) | David Keleher, CPCU, ARe, ARM, National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)

Back by popular demand once again, this interactive session will challenge you to test your knowledge of the insurance industry. In the process, you will discover how current events are affecting the industry, what trends are imminent, the history of regulation in the United States and the future outlook of the industry overall. Attendees will learn, laugh, and compete for bragging rights and prizes in this yearly favorite.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.

9:15 a.m.–10:15 a.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

Cyber Risk: Where the Physical and Digital Worlds Collide

Speaker: Eric Cernak, MBA, Munich Reinsurance America, Inc.

This session will explore the evolution of cyber insurance, the current state of the market, trends that influence purchasing habits and emerging cyber risks. We will examine how the increasing interconnectedness of physical devices and networks is increasing exposure to both businesses and consumers.


Ten Habits of Highly Effective Adjusters: Handling Coverage Issues

Speakers: Kevin M. Quinley, MA, CPCU, ARM, Quinley Risk Associates LLC | Cynthia Khin, Berkley Life Sciences

Coverage is the bedrock of sound claims handling. Get it right, and you will have satisfied customers and enhanced brand equity. If you fail, you face customer dissatisfaction, loss of business and maybe even a bad faith lawsuit. This session will spotlight 10 habits for claims professionals to adopt to maximize success when handling all-important coverage issues.

10:30 a.m.–11:30 a.m. | Concurrent Educational Sessions

Emerging Technologies: Changing the Face of Risk

Speaker: William Mauro, Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO)

Emerging technologies can bring underwriting challenges, claims pitfalls, and adverse financial consequences. Early recognition of risks is crucial to mitigating loss potential and harnessing growth opportunities. This session will examine issues that could affect the property-casualty industry, including the Internet of Things, the platform and sharing economy, and artificial intelligence.


Ask the Expert: How to Insure a Marijuana Business

Speakers: Melissa McFarlane, CIC, Brown & Riding Insurance Services, Inc. | Arthur Flitner, CPCU, ARM, AIC, The Institutes

Marijuana is a rapidly expanding industry in the United States, with 29 states; Washington, D.C.; Guam and Puerto Rico currently legalizing medical marijuana and eight states and Washington, D.C., legalizing recreational marijuana. In this session, a wholesale broker who specializes in insuring marijuana businesses will prepare you to compete in this new arena.

CE credits pending. Please check back for updates.


Underwriters, Actuaries, and Predictive Analytics: Keys to Successful Collaboration

Speaker: Kimberly Holmes, ACAS, MAAA, XL Catlin

Quantitative analysis—and increasingly predictive analytics—is a key part of successful underwriting. Discover how to get the most out of analytics by effectively working with your actuarial team. Hear from a senior vice president of strategic analytics and credentialed actuary about how actuaries and underwriters collaborate to define actionable output, differentiate signals from noise and overcome difficulties in moving down the continuum toward increasingly data-driven decisions.

11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m. | Lunch

Lunch

Complimentary lunch buffet served in Veracruz Hall for registered attendees

  • Knowledge Bytes: 15-minute briefings on current insurance and risk management issues presented by industry knowledge leaders.
    • Presenters: Richard Coskren and Michael Ellott

12:45 p.m.–2:00 p.m. | Closing General Session: Jennifer Brown

Sponsored by: Erie Insurance, Travelers, and USAA

General Session Speaker: Jennifer Brown

Jennifer Brown is an award-winning entrepreneur and Fortune 500 consultant on changing demographics including women, people of color, LGBT individuals, multi-generations, and the role of male leaders in change efforts. Her keynote will inspire you to find your voice and be the driving force in creating a healthier, more productive workplace. After, join us for a CPCU celebration as we conclude the Annual Meeting with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres.

2:00 p.m.–3:30 p.m. | Celebration of Diversity Reception Embrace Our Differences. Inspire Others. Lead to the Future.

Sponsored by: Erie Insurance, Travelers, and USAA

Join us for a CPCU® celebration, as we come together to show our support and commitment to embracing change, diversity and inclusion in our industry. End your 2017 CPCU Society Annual Meeting adventure with a bang as we celebrate all of our CPCU designees and the diverse work our members do as leaders in the insurance industry. Embrace our differences, inspire others and lead to the future!

Network with colleagues from all around the world and form lasting professional connections while enjoying cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. All 2017 CPCU Society Annual Meeting attendees and their guests are invited.