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URMIA Matters

Risk management is complex, and your time is limited. This podcast series helps you keep up on emerging issues in higher education and best risk management practices. Join URMIA leaders, peers, and insurance experts twice a month as they explore timely topics, URMIA member resources, and the profession.

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URMIA's 2024 Annual Conference Overview
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Michelle Smith, Executive Director of URMIA has a conversation with Colorado Robertson, Director of Risk Management at Mississippi State University and Chair of URMIA's 2024 annual conference in New Orleans and Jack Voorhees, Senior Director of Events for URMIA. Together they talk about what to expect at the 2024 URMIA annual conference, including the educational lineup, the city of New Orleans, networking opportunities, our host hotel, and the return of the Spouse, Family, Partner, Guest Program. Listen now to get excited about New Orleans!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
24:17 5/22/24
URMIA's Peer Review Program
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves, Director of Risk Services at Wake Forest University interviews Robin Oldfield, Associate Vice President of Audit, Risk, and Compliance and the Chief Risk Officer at the University of Dayton and Sue Liden, URMIA's Education Manager and former Director of Risk Services at Pacific Lutheran University. Together, they spend a few minutes discussing URMIA's Peer Review Program and how interested campuses can learn more and initiate a peer review. Then, hear from Robin who has been both a client and a consultant of an URMIA peer review and shares her experiences in both roles. Listen now to hear more about this powerful URMIA offering!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
15:40 3/27/24
Social Inflation
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves, Director of Risk Services at Wake Forest University interviews Kim Nimmo, Director of Risk Management at Lehigh University, Sarah Braughler, Vice President of Risk Management at United Educators, and Stef Zielezienski, Executive Vice President and Chief Legal Officer at APCIA, about social inflation and its impact on risk management in higher education. Together they explore the phenomenon of social inflation, which is the rising costs insurance companies face due to factors such as increasing jury awards, broader definitions of liability, and other factors. Our guests also share some tips on how to combat the effects of social inflation on higher education campuses, such as implementing risk management strategies, educating students and staff about liability issues, and engaging with policymakers and regulators. Listen in to skill up on your understanding of social inflation! Show Notes [member log-in required for some content]Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
22:17 3/6/24
Disability Inclusiveness
In the podcast episode “Disability Inclusiveness” of Season 5 of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves, hosts a discussion on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging, both in the association and on campus. The guests are Jeff Chasen and Courtney Davis Curtis, a past president of URMIA. Curtis explains how the addition of DEIB objective to the URMIA strategic plan started and Chasen discusses strategies, such as leveraging internal resources, fostering community partnerships, and framing inclusion as a best business practice. The conversation highlights the value of making inclusivity a core part of institutional practices, with a focus on welcoming and inviting engagement rather than merely fulfilling requests. The episode underscores the human aspects of DEIB efforts, viewing them not as checkbox exercises but as opportunities to make a positive difference in individuals' lives and perceptions of institutions.Show Notes [member log-in required for some content] Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
23:22 1/31/24
Get Involved with Volunteering
URMIA Matters PodcastSeason 5, Episode 4: Guest Host: Sandy Mitchell with guests Amanda Franklin and Elliot YoungIn this episode of URMIA Matters, Sandy Mitchell, URMIA’s president-elect and Director of Insurance at MIT, interviews Amanda Franklin, Director of Risk Management at Wheaton College, and Elliot Young, Assistant Vice President and University Risk and Compliance Officer at Kansas State University, about their extensive experience volunteering with URMIA. Amanda shares her involvement in volunteering for strategic goal task forces, newcomer welcomes sessions at the annual conference, quarterly colleague connections for new URMIA members, and moderating opportunities at various URMIA conferences. Elliot discusses his participation in volunteering at the welcome desk at the annual conference, being a welcome mentor for new conference attendees, co-chairing the Compliance Community, and a variety of speaking opportunities as well. Sandy, Amanda, and Elliot touch on the importance of volunteerism with URMIA and how there is surely an opportunity that fits the commitment and bandwidth needs of all members. If you’ve wanted to learn how to get more involved with URMIA, this is the episode for you!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
17:30 1/10/24
2024 Presidential Update
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves, URMIA's immediate past president and Director of Risk Services at Wake Forest University, interviews Craig McAllister, current URMIA president and Assistant Vice President, Risk Management at the University of Miami, in his inaugural presidential podcast. Craig shares his insights into some of URMIA’s recent successes in expanding professional development offerings, accomplishing the association’s strategic goals, and increasing URMIA’s already-established DEIB support. Also, Craig shares his hopes and goals for the future of URMIA during his year as president. Be sure to tune in for the first episode of Craig’s presidential podcast series!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
08:53 12/20/23
URMIA Member Benefits
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Teresa Ransdell, URMIA’s Director of Membership and Marketing, speaks to Flo Hoskinson, Risk Manager at Oregon Health and Science University, Mellany Patrong, Director of Enterprise Risk Management at Texas Southern University, and Steve Stoeger-Moore, President of Districts Mutual Insurance and Risk Management Services, about the wide array of Member Benefits that URMIA has to offer its members. They share their favorite member benefits including URMIA’s Resource Guide, the Risk Inventory, Community Conversations, and the amazing connections they’ve made at both URMIA’s Annual and Regional Conferences. Though every member may have different needs for their institution or organization, they can all agree on the wonderful sense of community and welcome that URMIA brings to its members!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
12:17 12/13/23
Meet the URMIA Board Members
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Craig McAllister, URMIA’s president and Assistant Vice President, Risk Management at University of Miami, talks to Mellany Patrong, Director- Enterprise Risk Management at Texas Southern University, and Nakeschi Watkins, Director, Risk Management and Insurance at Cornell University, who have recently been elected as URMIA board members. They share their stories of how they joined URMIA, what motivated them to run for the board, and what they hope to achieve in their new roles. Mellany and Nakeschi also discuss the benefits of being part of URMIA, such as networking, learning opportunities, and building a support system. They also offer some advice for other members who are interested in getting more involved in URMIA and its activities. Tune in to hear their insights and perspectives on URMIA and how it can help you succeed.Show Notes [member log-in required for some resources]Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
15:21 11/29/23
Preparing for Change in Title IX
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Julie Groves interviews Pat Mathis, Co-founder and Managing Member- Title IX Solutions, LLC, about the upcoming changes in the Title IX regulations. Pat explains what the new regulations mean for colleges and universities, and how they affect the responsibilities of students, faculty, and staff. Pat also shares some practical tips and best practices for Title IX coordinators and risk managers to prepare for the new regulations, such as reviewing policies, training staff, and communicating with stakeholders. Julie and Pat also discuss some of the challenges and opportunities that the new regulations will bring for Title IX compliance and prevention efforts. Show Notes [member log-in required for some content]Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
40:44 11/15/23
Presidential Podcast IV
In this episode of URMIA Matters, Jenny Whittington interviews immediate past president, Julie Groves in the final podcast of Julie’s presidential podcast series. Jenny and Julie share highlights from Julie’s year as president, including the 54th Annual Conference in Baltimore, speaking engagements at other associations, and the five strategic goals for this year. Jenny asks Julie about her favorite moments during her presidency, any unexpected challenges she encountered, and what is next for Julie as the immediate past president. You don’t want to miss this last episode in Julie’s Presidential podcast series!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
22:29 11/1/23
2023 Annual Business Meeting
In this episode of URMIA Matters, URMIA shared updates on what’s new and next from our Annual Business Meeting. All URMIA members were invited to tune in and hear the latest update from the URMIA Executive Committee. This meeting includes a briefing on the association by the president (now past-president), Julie Groves, a financial report by the treasurer, Jim Mulholland, secretary’s report from Flo Hoskinson, updates from the Leadership Development Committee from Courtney Davis Curtis, and Executive Committee news from president elect (now president), Craig McAllister. Also, Rachel Pluviose regales everyone with the exciting events of our 54th Annual conference in Baltimore, while Colorado Robertson speaks about what we all have to look forward to at next year’s 55th Annual Conference in New Orleans. Hear about the what the URMIA Office has been working on and what’s in the future for the URMIA community!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
27:20 10/25/23
Meet the Keynote- Derrick Johnson
In this episode of URMIA Matters, host Julie Groves, Director of Risk Services at Wake Forest University, and guest Rachel Pluviose, Senior Director of Risk Management and insurance at Johns Hopkins University, talk to Derrick Johnson, the President and CEO of the NAACP, about his upcoming session in Baltimore at URMIA’s Annual Conference. Rachel and Derrick also discuss the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at colleges and universities, and how the recent Supreme Court decision on affirmative action affects institutions of higher education. Derrick shares his insights on the challenges and opportunities for advancing racial justice and social change in the academic sector. Tune in to hear his advice for risk managers who want to make a difference in moving DEI efforts forward on their campus.Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
18:52 9/7/23
Presidential Podcast III - A Year in Review
Join guest host, Jenny Whittington, URMIA’s Executive Director, as she interviews URMIA’s president (and host of URMIA Matters), Julie Groves, Director of Risk Services at Wake Forest University, for another Presidential Podcast! Julie and Jenny share their highlights of this past year, including two magical regional conferences at Disney and our wonderful members representing URMIA at various associations’ conferences. They also share some inside scoops about URMIA’s Annual Conference in New Orleans in 2024 and all the interest Louisiana will have to offer. As always, Julie and Jenny are spreading the excitement for URMIA’s 2023 Annual Conference in Baltimore from Sept. 9-13, and what an amazing job the conference committee has done to create a great event for all members. This episode is a must-listen as a part of the Presidential Podcast series of URMIA Matters!Show Notes [Member only content. Log-in required.] Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
27:10 9/5/23
Generative AI- What Should Risk Managers Consider?
Join host Julie Groves as she interviews guests Jack Bernard, Andrea Stagg, and Joe Storch. Together they explore the implications of Generative AI and ChatGPT for higher education and what risk managers need to concern themselves with. They share their insights on how these technologies can enhance learning outcomes and foster collaboration. They also discuss the potential risks and ethical dilemmas that arise from using generative models to produce content and interact with students. Finally, they offer some practical advice for higher ed risk managers on how to prepare for and mitigate the impact of Generative AI and ChatGPT in their institutions. But ultimately, our guests tell us why Generative AI shouldn’t keep risk managers up at night and how it can be a labor-saving advantage to us all.URMIA Members can find the show notes in the URMIA Library [Login Required]Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
44:04 8/23/23
Set Sail for URMIA 2023 Annual Conference
Get ready with us to set sail for the URMIA 2023 Annual Conference in Baltimore from September 9-13th! Join host Julie Groves as she interviews chairs of the conference committee Rachel Pluviose, Tristan Tafolla, and Keesha Trim about all the exciting events everyone has to look forward to in Baltimore this year. They share thoughts on their most anticipated sessions, opportunities for volunteerism through URMIA Cares, and all of the amazing features Baltimore has to offer. If you are a first-timer to an URMIA conference, or you have been to an URMIA conference 10 times, we guarantee this episode will set you up for an amazing time in Baltimore. If you have not registered, there’s still plenty of time to do so. Join us to “B’more in Baltimore”! Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
11:23 8/9/23
Managing Anxiety
In this enlightening podcast episode, host Julie Groves and guests Lucy Dominguez and Elisabeth Barnes from Injury Management Organization, Inc. explore invaluable insights. Join us as they delve into the crucial topic of managing anxiety and stress in the workplace. Drawing from extensive field experience you’ll hear practical strategies to create a healthier and more productive work environment. Listeners will gain valuable tips on identifying signs of anxiety, mitigating stressors, and fostering a culture of well-being among employees. From communication techniques to mindfulness practices, this episode equips both employers and employees with the tools they need to navigate the challenges of the modern workplace successfully. Tune in for this and to hear a compelling case for helping your team to reduce worker’s compensation claims across campus.Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
28:30 8/9/23
URMIA Election Now Open – Vote for the URMIA 2023-24 Board
Join guest host Jenny Whittington, URMIA’s executive director, as she interviews Courtney Davis Curtis, University of Chicago and URMIA’s immediate past president and Sam Florio, Santa Clara University and URMIA 2017 past-president, about the upcoming URMIA elections for the President Elect position and candidates for the Board of Directors. Courtney and Sam share their insights into the election and nomination process, how it has changed over time, and how you can reach out to the voting member of your organization. Courtney also shares her tips on how to get involved in the volunteer opportunities with URMIA and if you foresee an URMIA presidency or leadership in your future, that’s the best way to get started. Voting runs from July 12 to August 1, so please get out there and vote!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
15:39 7/12/23
URMIA Resource Update - ERM
Join host Julie Groves, URMIA’s current president and host of URMIA Matters, as she interviews guests Saumya Khanduja, Assistant Director of Institutional Risk Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Gary Langsdale, Retired Education Manager at URMIA; Sue Liden, URMIA’s Education Manager; and Tim Wiseman, Chief Risk Officer at the University of Wyoming, about the new ERM Resource created by expert members of the URMIA community. The newly released ERM Resource is an excellent guide for enterprise risk management (ERM) in higher education. It's a great tool for anyone interested in ERM, whether you're just starting out or already have some experience. The guide includes short essays on topics like using technology, standards, what to do if you are a team of one, and much more! You can even share it with your leadership to help them understand the value of ERM better. So, if you're interested in ERM, be sure to check it out!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
26:02 6/23/23
URMIA Leadership - Board Nominations and Applications
Rise to the top of the URMIA Leadership with a run for the Board of Directors or President-Elect. Hear these three past presidents share insight on the process, rewards of the role, the charge of all board members, the importance of diverse representation, the time commitment, financial responsibilities, as well as perks of the position. Whether you're passionate about making a difference in the URMIA community or looking to enhance your leadership skills, this podcast is your ultimate guide to understanding and successfully navigating the path to volunteering on the board. Nominations and applications open mid-June. Join Courtney Davis Curtis, University of Chicago; Chauncey Fagler, Florida College System Risk Management Consortium, and Marje Lemmon, Yale University as they share their own experiences, and hear about the journey to the presidency. For additional tips, check out Season 1, Episode 6: The Leadership Pathway. After listening, you may feel empowered to step up and embrace the experience that lies ahead.Not quite ready for that but want to volunteer? Check these options out that may be the start of the path. Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
14:51 6/14/23
Let’s Talk Student Mental Health
Practitioners and a clinician join guest host Jenny Whittington, URMIA’s executive director, to review the state of student mental health and how risk managers can promote resources and services to the campus community, including those of the Jed Foundation. Mental health is one of the most pressing issues in the American Council on Education's recent pulse point survey signifying that even though this is now a public crisis, it's not new to higher education. And, it has certainly changed in complexity. Given that, what sort of mental health issues are our campuses dealing with now and how has this changed in the last few years? Let’s discuss! Show Notes in the URMIA Library [member log-in required] Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
23:59 5/18/23
Honors and Awards- It’s Nomination Time!
Join guest host Jenny Whittington, URMIA’s Executive Director, as she interviews Juan Azcarate, Marje Lemmon, and Eno Oregbesan, members of URMIA’s Honors Committee, about their work on the committee. Juan, Marje, and Eno share the different awards and honors available to URMIA members, what the nomination process is like, and how you can nominate others and yourself for these awards. They also discuss efforts to promote inclusiveness in the Honors Committee’s process and the hope to further improve these strengths. Don’t miss out on the nomination process - most nomination categories are open until July 15th!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
22:57 4/28/23
DEIB and the New Professionals of Color Community
Join guest host Jenny Whittington, URMIA’s executive director, as she interviews Courtney Davis Curtis, URMIA’s immediate past president and AVP of risk management and resilience planning at the University of Chicago, and Zelena Williams, risk management analyst at LSU, about their strong efforts to promote DEIB efforts, training, and opportunities at URMIA. Zelena also provides updates about URMIA’s Strategic Goal #4 Task Force and the group’s objectives for 2023. Courtney talks about URMIA’s newest community, the Professionals of Color Community, its kick-off meeting, and how this will help foster even deeper connections among URMIA members.Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
16:53 4/13/23
Northeastern Regional Preview
Join host Julie Groves, URMIA’s current president and host of URMIA Matters, as she interviews Sandy Mitchell, Susan Wrinn, and Jenny Whittington about their thoughts about the upcoming URMIA Northeastern Regional Conference in Boston. Sandy, Susan, and Jenny share their favorite past Boston conference memories, what to look forward to at this Boston regional conference, and give some great tips to first-time regional conference attendees. Hear about some exciting and innovative sessions that will be presented at the Boston conference, including a “Family Feud”- style presentation. Come join us in Boston, April 10-11: there’s something for everyone!Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
16:06 3/29/23
Financial Literacy for Risk Managers
Join host Julie Groves, URMIA’s current president and host of URMIA Matters, as she interviews Miguel Delgado, Chief Risk Officer at the University of Arizona and Lisa Rulney, Senior Vice President for Business Affairs and Chief Financial Officer at the University of Arizona. Lisa and Miguel share their thoughts on basic financial literacy for risk managers and why financial basics are essential for risk department to understand and support what your institution is doing in terms of the big picture. This session is designed to address outlining the financial literacy knowledge/skills a higher education risk manager needs to do their jobs and support their institution.Show Notes {member login required}Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
23:29 3/8/23
Presidential Podcast II
Join guest host, Jenny Whittington, as she interviews Julie Groves, URMIA’s current president and host of URMIA Matters. Julie shares information on what is New, Now, and Next at URMIA including resources, member benefits, and key collaborations for higher education risk management and insurance professionals.Show Notes [member login required]Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
21:45 2/23/23
Core Competency Update
URMIA’s Core Competency document lays out a framework of individual characteristics, including knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors, which identify proficiency and excellence at different career levels and within the overall profession. Guest host Craig McAllister talks with guests Kathy Hargis, Gary Langsdale, and Sue Liden, who were part of the team that helped to update the Core Competency document. They share what makes this year’s update to the Core Competency document the perfect resource for risk managers of all experience level. Learn all about what’s new in the 2023 version of the Core Competency document, how to utilize it at work, and how it can guide your career path’s progression! Show Notes [member log-in required for some content]Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
13:38 2/8/23
Tips to Ease the Property Renewal Process in 2023
You need to be more prepared than ever based off the past renewal cycle. Host Julie Groves hosts guests with three perspectives to help prepare you as you head into 2023 renewals. Get tips on to get ahead of the work, gain perspectives on where the market is today, hear about current conditions that may influence your coverage including one perspective on their experience with auto policy coverage.Show Notes on URMIA website [Member Login Required]Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
32:48 1/25/23
URMIA's Resource Guide gets a 2023 Refresh
If your IT staff isn't as excited as ours about product releases, we're sorry! Join URMIA IT Staffer Ronna Papesh and our fabulous host and URMIA President, Julie Groves as they review the newest URMIA Resource Guide out now! Hear about new things, how to use it, and why it's such a pleasure to be a part of the URMIA Community!Show Notes [member log-in required for some content] Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
11:15 1/11/23
A Seat at the Executive Table
Join guest host, Eric Seaborg, VP for Education at Alliant Services, and a member of URMIA's Affiliate Committee, as he interviews Elliot Young, Kansas State University's AVP, Risk and Compliance Officer. Eric and Elliot share their advice for institutional risk managers who are considering obtaining a seat at the executive table one day. Elliot discloses his best steps to asking for a place at the executive table, how to become engaged in your institution’s community, and the key aspects to maintaining positive relationships at your institution. Listening to this podcast will help guide you to making your voice heard at the executive table!Show Notes [member log-in required for some content] Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
33:00 1/4/23
Passing the Torch, Langsdale Retires...Again
Guest host and URMIA Executive Director catches up on updates on URMIA projects, grabs words of wisdom, and hears the gratitude guest Gary Langsdale has for the professionals he met along the way.  Retirement is recess for grown-ups after all and Gary is ringing the bell again. We share a sincere thank you to Gary for all he's done for URMIA on this URMIA Matters episode. Show Notes [member log-in required for some content] Connect with URMIA & URMIA with your network-Share /Tag in Social Media @urmianetwork-Not a member? Join ->www.urmia.org/join-Email | contactus@urmia.org Give URMIA Matters a boost:-Give the podcast a 5 star rating-Share the podcast - click that button!-Follow on your podcast platform - don't miss an episode!Thanks for listening to URMIA Matters!
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