Vice President, Guy Carpenter & Co., LLC
July 2005-Present

Client relationship manager responsible for consulting with insurance company’s executive management team regarding their reinsurance purchasing, product expansion, capital analysis, risk management, and M&A activities.

    • Relationship Management – Acted as Account Executive for client needs including broking, contracts, claims, servicing issues, accounting, catastrophe modeling, analytics and reporting.
      • Within fiscal year 2011, key accounts managed grossed in excess of $4M.
      • Within fiscal year 2011, developed $250K of new revenue for the company.
      • Started and developed relationships with untapped medical reinsurers creating access to billions in additional capital.
    • Business Development – Managed my own pipeline of prospects with anticipated brokerage of $5M.  Assisted other brokers on action plans and new business strategy. Specialist in workers’ compensation, accident and health, life and medical insurance. Subject matter expert for medical insurance market trends & legal analysis.


  • Negotiation – Negotiated reinsurance contracts annually to obtain the best terms, conditions, and pricing for clients.
    • Reduced client reinsurance costs by 5%-10% annually via representation in the market.
    • For new medical client, saved in excess of $1M in reinsurance purchase while expanding coverage.
    • For new medical client, placed their first ever reinsurance program.
  • Project Management – Point person for Request for Proposal submissions.  Established timelines while coordinating a team of fifteen people.  Managed large and small projects for client improvement including:
    • Creation and implementation of a policy information summary system for reinsurance renewals and rating agency presentations.
    • Commutation of multiple contracts across twenty years of placements.
    • Testing of new client and employee HTML based interface.


ASUPS Vice President, University of Puget Sound
March 2004 to March 2005

Manage and direct a staff of 3 Directors, 6 Media Heads, and 7 Programmers in the creation, implementation, and management of campus programming. Control, track, analyze, and budget student funds totaling $500,000. Oversee the creation, budgeting, marketing, and policy implementation of 70 clubs and organizations. Initiate, create, formally present, and implement beneficial school wide projects.

Resident Assistant, University of Puget Sound
August 2003 to June 2004

Supervise 120 student residents and facilitate community development, mediate, resolve conflicts, and enforce University policies. Completed and assisted in over 150 hours of training.

Programming Director, 90.1FM KUPS “The Sound”
August 2003 to June 2004

Hire, supervise, schedule, and mentor 160 DJ’s. Act as a liaison to faculty, staff, and students in teaching and facilitating proper on-air conduct. Mediate, resolve conflict, and enforce station and FCC regulations.

DJ, 90.1FM KUPS “The Sound”
September 2002 to June 2005

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