The MSIA is governed by a volunteer 17 member Board of Managers. The Board reflects the diversity of our organization: manufacturing, education, government, energy, food, consumer products, and health care are typically represented on the Board at any given time. We have ongoing liaisons with group self-insurance companies, the Michigan Manufacturers Association, and the Michigan Chamber of Commerce. Third-party administrators of self-insureds also participate in the MSIA’s activities, as well as employers who are technically “insured” but retain high deductibles.
Kate is the Assistant Director of Risk Management for the University of Michigan and counts among her responsibilities administration of a multi-level claims management program for the university’s captive insurance company. In addition, Kate is responsible for self-administration of the University’s Workers’ Compensation and integrated disability management programs, serving employees suffering from the effects of occupational and non-occupational disabilities. Kate has obtained certification as an Emergency Program Manager through FEMA and is recognized as a Certified Workers’ Compensation Professional (CWCP).