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The purpose of the “Lifetime Achievement Award” is to honor Institutional members who have significantly contributed to higher education risk management and to URMIA.

This award recognizes a lifetime of extraordinary achievement in higher education risk management, notable contributions to URMIA, and valued contributions to the risk management and insurance industry as a whole.

Selection Criteria
This award is meant for an institutional member nearing the end of a full career of not less than 20 years during which service to higher education risk management and to URMIA are notable.

Such service should include:

  • Leadership roles within URMIA
  • Participation as a speaker in Annual and Regional URMIA conferences, and other strategic and educational partner conferences
  • Publication of articles and papers in support of professional development
  • Relevant issue advocacy
  • Evidence of mentorship of newer risk managers, service provider staff, and/or other industry professionals

Other attributes to consider:

  • Demonstration of positive attitude and good character
  • Respected by colleagues, employees, managers, and others in all levels of the organization
  • Exhibits enthusiasm for higher education risk management
  • Motivates others