PRMIA Recognizes Three Long-Time Volunteers for Dedication, Service, and Support

During its recent PRMIA Risk Management Challenge international competition, PRMIA celebrated the ongoing commitment and service of three long-standing volunteers -- Mark Abbott, Ken Radigan, and Dan Rodriguez.


L to R Kraig Conrad, Mark Abbott, Dan Rodriguez, Ken Radigan

 
Mark Abbott, PRM, Managing Director, Quantitative Risk Management, Guardian Life, joined the first elected PRMIA Board in the fall of 2002, shortly after the organization’s inception, and served three terms as a Director. Since that time Mark has been involved in numerous PRMIA committees and initiatives, including as a member of the New York Steering Committee, the C-Suite Committee, and the Ethics and Professional Standards Committee. He has also been a member of the Blue Ribbon Panel and Chair of the Regional Director Support and Standards Committee. Mark has been very involved with events, co-producing numerous PRMIA CRO Summits in New York and representing PRMIA on the Enterprise Risk Symposium program committee for over ten years. He is currently a member of the Nominating Committee.

Ken Radigan, PRM, former Chief Risk Office: US & Bermuda, Aspen, has made extensive contributions to PRMIA. Ken currently serves as: Treasurer, member of the Board of Directors, member of the Executive Committee, and Chair of the Finance Committee. Ken has held the chair position with the Ethics Committee and has been a member of the Nominating Committee, the Standards of Best Practice Committee, and the New York Steering Committee, as well as serving as Director of the New York Chapter.

Dan Rodriguez, PRM, Senior Risk Officer, Point 72 Asset Management LLC, has served as a PRMIA volunteer since 2004.  He is currently a member of the Risk Leader Committee. He has also served as Regional Director of the New York Chapter and as a member of the Global Risk Conference Planning Committee. For several years he served as a faculty member for the PRMIA Complete Course in Risk Management at Columbia Business School Executive Education and in 2011 taught the Market Risk Management sequence of the course. He was named the recipient of the 2011 PRMIA Higher Standard Award in recognition for his contribution to PRMIA and the risk management community. 

Mark, Ken, and Dan have all shared their expertise and knowledge by speaking at PRMIA events and volunteering as judges at the PRMIA Risk Management Challenge. 

The commitment, dedication, and service of these three volunteers continue to make PRMIA strong while we strive to exceed the needs of members and support sound risk management practice around the world. We thank them for their service and support.