Leveraging a legal education in insurance

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As a young girl, I think I always knew I would go to law school. After all, my dad earned his Juris Doctor degree when I was just a tot. My sweet 16 birthday cake included a buttercream icing inscribed with a happy birthday wish to the future lawyer, ballerina…and a few other vocations. It was a big cake!


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Making a positive impact: Loss control

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As a loss control consultant, I work with our policyholders to help them recognize their risks, understand how those risks could negatively impact their business and employees, and learn what they can do to make improvements. The path I took to my career may not have been direct, but it was a perfect fit for me to meet my goal.


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How I fell into insurance

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Insurance nerds like me love to play the game “How Did You End Up in Insurance,” the implication being that no one actually intends on an insurance career. Really, how many kids in your neighborhood ever spoke longingly of a future that included the principles of indemnification? No, most of us tripped and fell into a rabbit hole that turned into an insurance wonderland.


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My son, the … actuary?
In my dad’s case, it’s true

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Growing up, I always had the notion that I would be a doctor. It ran in the family: my dad was a dentist, my dad’s father was an M.D. and my mom’s father was a veterinarian. I took Latin in middle school and high school, since that language seemed to be the origin of all medical terms. At some point in high school I realized I didn’t like the sight of blood, and that could be a sticking point in the medical field. I liked math and decided to look at engineering and math majors.


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