Meeting Program Schedule



Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Topic:            Cyber/Ransomware

Speaker:       Lynda Jensen, Travelers

Location:      Illinois State University/State Farm Hall of Business


Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Topic:            Crisis Management/Business Continuity Planning

Speakers:      Lonnie Anderson, State Farm   

Location:      GROWMARK Learning Center


Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Topic:            Environmental Liability                                                      

Speakers:     John Wasilchuk, Lockton and Cory Merriman, GROWMARK

Location:      GROWMARK Learning Center


Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Topic:            Contractual Risk Transfer         

Speaker:       Faith Cring, GROWMARK

Location:      GROWMARK Learning Center

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Topic:            Total Cost of Risk

Speaker:       Jessica Wacek, Marsh

Location:      GROWMARK Learning Center


Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Topic:            Human Capital Risks                              

Speaker:       TBD               

Location:      GROWMARK Learning Center


The State Farm Hall of Business is located at 470 S. University, Normal, IL. Meetings take place in room 412.

The GROWMARK Learning Center is located at 14554 E. 925 North Road, Bloomington, IL.





  • New Meeting Location

    Beginning with the October 17 meeting, we will use a new facility to host chapter meetings! Meetings will be held at the GROWMARK Learning Center at 14554 E. 925 North Road in Bloomington. This new location is close to I-55/I-74 and offers plenty of free parking. Please join us!
  • Scholarship Winners

    Congratulations to the two winners of the $1,000 scholarships offered by the Mid-Illinois RIMS Chapter - Nick Mullinax and Peyton Ferrara! 

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