Please join the Los Angeles Emerging Insurance Professionals for our annual summer baseball outing! This year we are offering tickets to the Los Angeles Dodgers vs Atlanta Braves on Thursday July 20th at 7:10pm.
Tickets are located in Sections 25 or 35 of the Infield Reserve area. Seats are located down the 3rd baseline on the reserve level.
See you at the game!
Ticket Price: $24 + $2.31 processing fee
If you have any questions, please contact Jeanise Scott at JRScott@lockton.com or Kevin Clark at Kevin.firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kevin Clark - Aon
Jeanise Scott - Lockton
Nick Booth - Chubb
Carrie Campbell - GenRe
Danielle Olson - ProSight Specialty
Ada Ortiz - Diamond State
Please join the Los Angeles Emerging Insurance Professionals for our annual summer baseball outing! This year we are offering tickets to the Los Angeles Dodgers vs Arizona Diamondbacks game on Friday July 29th at 7:10pm. See you at the game!
Tickets Price: $20 + $2.09 processing fee
April 2015 marks the ten year anniversary of Emerging Insurance Professionals. In April 2005, Kelley Bernal, Candice Wong, and Warren Weed brought a homemade poster board to Point Moorea (in the former Wilshire Grand Hotel) to host the first even for "Emerging Insurance Professionals of Southern California.". Since this time, EIP has grown to span three chapters (LA, OC, and SF) with thousands of members representing all aspects of the insurance industry. and has become a cornerstone organization for insurance networking events throughout California.
The Southern California chapters of EIP joined together once again to host a very spooky EIP Harbor cruise through the Long Beach Harbor. Over 100 attendees, a bus full of Insurance Professionals, and some amazingly creative costumes meant a great time for all! Thanks to all who came out to support EIP.
EIP LA will be taking a hiatus for the remainder of 2014, but getting back together during the first part of 2015 for our Annual Winter Networking Event. In the meantime, check out EIP OC's Casino Night tomorrow night at the Regency Theatre in San Juan Capistrano.
Every year, the Center for Insurance Studies at Cal State Fullerton puts on "I-Day" for current students to meet with prospective employers in the insurance industry and attend presentations from industry leaders. EIP has participated for a number of years in encouraging young people to consider a career in the insurance industry. We meet with students, answer questions, share with them our insights, and encourage them to join our organization after graduation.
This year was another smashing success!
REMINDER: Don't forget to sign up for our upcoming Halloween Event!!
Last night's Mentor Event was a smashing success - thank you to all of you that came out in support. The Mentor Event pays tribute to all mentors within the insurance industry - formal and informal. However, we took a moment to recognize the 2014 Mentor of the Year - Ryan Hamm from Brown & Riding. Ryan was nominated by three of his co-workers, and with their permission, we have included their nomination below.
In addition to recognizing the Mentor of the Year, this event provides an opportunity for us to say "Thank You"to our Annual Sponsors - Aon, Brown & Riding, Chubb, Lockton, Partners Specialty, and Swett & Crawford - without whom none of our events would be possible! We presented all sponsors with a plaque thanking them for their continued support.
Mentor of the Year Nomination:
The example Ryan Hamm sets at Brown and Riding has had a dynamic role in creating an atmosphere that is conducive to building mentor relationships not only within his team and but also within the company.
Ryan has an open door policy for anyone in the office, whether they want to have a casual conversation or discuss a risk they are working on. His laid back personality makes him very approachable, and having been in this business for so many years, he is extremely knowledgeable. He is always prepared to give an individual his complete attention in order to educate the person to the best of his ability.
What truly separates Ryan from others is that he goes out of his way to further educate not only his team, but also the whole division. One example is a trip he organizes called “The Magic School Bus Trip”. On this trip, Ryan squeezes around seven people into his car and drives around the city. We’ll learn about different construction types, parking types, retrofits and the effects they have on property insurance. He’ll top the trip off with lunch and drinks, and a couple hours later, we’re back in the office feeling a little more refreshed with a little more knowledge.
Ryan is constantly focusing on the personal development of his employees. An example of this is his annual Tommy’s Burger run he does for the office. He decides to take his production assistant, who had been in the industry for around six months. On the burger run, he took the opportunity to educate his assistant on important coverage enhancements and helped him understand why the enhancements are requested.
Ryan has demonstrated extraordinary commitment and effectiveness as a mentor to his team and Brown & Riding. He is constantly providing guidance and constructive criticism for his team; continuously seeking to surpass the goals he sets for himself. He also values the opinions of his team members, seeking to understand them, and is willing to make applicable changes to be more effective. Ryan has established a personal relationship with his team, which makes him much more than just a supportive boss, but also a great friend and role model.
In conclusion, Ryan sets a wonderful example with his work ethics, discipline and professionalism, and is always open to suggestions and feedback. For these reasons, this is why we’d like to nominate Ryan Hamm for the 2014 Mentor of the Year award.
Bella Alaverdyan – Associate Broker
Lina Luong – Associate Broker
Will Cea- Production Assistant
About EIP LA
Since 2005, the Los Angeles Chapter of EIP has been hosting events to network insurance professionals in Southern California. From this organized group, two more chapters have formed under the same principles.