AAIMCo Members Are The Most Sought-after Fee Based Professionals On Matters Related To Insurance And Risk
Areas Of Expertise Include Agent/Agency, Company/Wholesaler, Corporations/Enterprise, Government And Law
AAIMCo is a non-profit trade association comprised of insurance and risk professionals who provide fee-based consulting and educational services to their clients.
The Professional Members of AAIMCo are among the most knowledgeable and highly sought after, fee-based consultants, experts and educators in the insurance and risk management fields. Their clients include insurance agencies and associations, multi-national insurance companies, corporations and attorneys for services ranging from consulting and expert witness to education and training.
AAIMCo’s purpose is to provide an insurance and risk forum for professionals of the highest caliber to share ideas and exchange information for the betterment of our professions. AAIMCo also strives to set the highest professional standards for our members and our industries and will publish official position papers in support of that goal.
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Kathleen is a Principal of Malecki Deimling Nielander and Associates, LLC. Her 30 plus years as an insurance professiona was a steady progression from entry level claims adjuster through vice-president of claims and operations at major insurance companies both regional and national. Her client assistance includes: Training with the ability to explain complex policy language…Read This Expert's Bio
Brent Winans provides, objective, fee-based insurance and risk management consulting services for mid-sized companies. He also serves as an expert witness in insurance agents’ errors and omissions suits and other insurance litigation. Risk Management – Brent helps his clients plug coverage gaps and obtain the most competitive pricing on insurance. In addition, he implements other…Read This Expert's Bio
Lesley began her professional career in 2003 when she joined Texas Insurance Consulting as a Legal Assistant under Tom Braniff. In addition to general office management and accounting responsibilities, Lesley specializes in entity formation and insurance licensing with the various Departments of Insurance. In her role as Executive Director of AAIMCo, Lesley works closely with…Read This Expert's Bio
Over the years, Al has been thoroughly immersed in all facets of insurance agency operations including serving on committees, instructing, consulting and as an author. Building a solid track record of performance assisting agencies and company operations including mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, perpetuation and strategic planning, organizational development, compensation and salary administration programs, administrative and financial…Read This Expert's Bio
Mr. Williams has over 49 years experience as an insurance agent/broker and insurance consultant. From 1970 until 2007 he was a principal shareholder in a large Houston firm, Wisenberg Insurance + Risk Management and was its Chairman and CEO when the firm was sold to a subsidiary of Wells Fargo Bank. He has a particular…Read This Expert's Bio
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