PRMIA Recognizes New Sustaining Members

PRMIA would like to thank and acknowledge those people who became Sustaining Members or PRMIA RIM members during May 2020. Thank you for supporting your professional risk association.

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Adam Meserve
Ahmed A. Abdullah, PRM
Aïcha Traoré
Alex Pauls
Alyssa Wei
Amal O. Al Rayes, PRM
Anda Trika
Brandon Rokosh
Branimir Kralj
Brent Johnson
Brianna Pace
Caleb Lites
Christophe Zaramella
Cosimo Pacciani
David Hosford
Ebtisam Abdulkarim Mohamed Abdulkarim
Edward Kostial
El habib Aboussaber
Hemali Doshi
Holger Spielberg
Israel Phalalo
Jammi Rao
Jana Amos
Kang Li Lim
Katarzyna Pogorzelska, PRM
Khezir Ahmed
Krishna Maheshwari
Kuan Zhang
Kurt Kirch
Lew Loyeung
Li Jin Chen
Lolita Eguiguren
Lori Trotter
Marcus Tomlinson
Maria Viktoratou
Matteo Caracciolo-King
Matthew Chan
Michael Breen
Michael Castgnetta
Min Su
Mohammad Salman
Nancy Kearney
Nicholas Hobbs
Oluseyi Ayanbadejo
Reema Shah, PRM
Rezart Erindi, PRM
Rini van Ooijen
Rod Van Genderen
Ronda Forbes
Sebastien Buist
Shaan Morzaria
Sunny Sundaram
Sylvain Leith
Tamas Erni
Tibor Fabian
Timothy Hawkins
Yang Zhou
Yue Pan

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