• 05.04.21

    How Do Fraternity/Sorority Claims Compare to Higher Education?

    Tuesday, May 4 | 1:00 p.m. ET

    A common question we hear at Holmes Murphy Fraternal Practice is “how do fraternity/sorority claims compare to higher education?” and frankly Holmes Murphy can’t answer that question.  In an effort to learn more, we reached out to Johnny Gilbert, Vice President & Chief Actuary and Chief Risk Office, from United Educators to help answer this question.   We invite you to a webinar to learn about the insurance claims trends and social inflation trends within the higher education industry.                                                                                                                                        

    United Educators (UE) provides liability insurance and risk management services to more than 1,600 members representing schools, colleges, and universities throughout the United States. Founded in 1987 as a risk retention group, UE is owned and governed by the educational institutions it insures. UE addresses our members’ unique risks through thoughtful underwriting resulting in tailored coverage.

    Johnny Gilbert guides strategic and tactical direction and resources for ensuring appropriate risk selection, aggregation, and mitigation for UE. His team provides support through pricing, reserve analysis, reinsurance procurement, product development, and data analytics.  In addition, Johnny leads UE’s enterprise risk management (ERM) efforts including risk monitoring and capital modeling. Through his ERM work, he provides quantitative and qualitative analysis and recommendations for managing the risks UE faces.  At UE, he introduced predictive modeling for rating and pricing accounts. This helps more accurately tie schools’ risk of loss to the rates they pay. He also has been a champion for data science, helping to provide valuable insights across UE’s functions and ultimately to its constituents.  Johnny joined UE in 2010 and became a vice president in 2017.

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