From Arleen and Ted Taveras the founders of Insurance Licensing Services of America, Inc. (ILSA) comes Spot On Insurance, a weekly podcast shedding light on all matters pertaining to the industry. Guests will include regulators, agency principals, captive managers, industry attorneys, and licensing coordinators. Discussions will range from basic insurance coverage explanations to complex regulatory challenges.
Ep. 187: Anthony Boquet: The Modern Solutionary
Anthony Boquet is the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at The American College, a nonprofit, accredited, and degree-granting institution that focuses on financial services education.
Anthony joins us today to discuss why he needed to read 111 books to write Bloodline of Wisdom, An Awakening of a Modern Solutionary and the lessons he wants to impart to readers. He shares how he initially didn’t like the business of insurance and the pivotal moment that changed his mind.
Ep. 186: Tripp Wagner: The Science of Safety in Insurance
Tripp Wagner is the Director of Fire Forensics at Jensen Hughes, a company that provides safety, security, and risk-based consulting and engineering. He has over 16 years of experience in explosion and fire forensic investigations.
Tripp joins us today to discuss why he’s always wanted a career involving fire and where his passion for the industry came from. He explains what Jensen Hughes does and how they investigate scenes and provide evidence in court.
Ep. 185: Caroline Thompson: Cowbell Cyber: Determining Your Insurable Threat With AI
Caroline Thompson is the Head of Underwriting at Cowbell Cyber, AI-powered cyber security insurance for small and medium businesses.
Caroline joins us to share how Cowbell Cyber works to determine a company’s risk for cyber attacks. She explains why cybersecurity policies are almost constantly updating and how their company leverages the Dark Web for possible attacks and risks. And discusses what their company recommends to improve the cybersecurity.
Ep. 184: Margaret Spence:Leadership in Risk Management and Workers’ Comp
Margaret Spence is the Founder and CEO of C. Douglas & Associates, a risk management company that provides affordable injury management solutions and services to clients struggling with complex claims management.
Margaret joins us to share what inspired her passion for risk management and her thoughts on the female role in today’s corporate America. She describes her childhood experience while growing up, what it was like to move to Jamaica as a high school student, and why she returned to the US.
Ep. 183: Gregory Offner: Dueling with Disruption
Gregory Offner Jr. is a public speaker, career development coach, and expert content marketer. He regularly held public speaking and coaching events in front of professionals and students until the pandemic hit this year. He then took on the mantle of a Virtual Event Emcee.
Greg joins us today to share how he turned his passion for music into a professional speaking career. He describes how music kept him going as a professional.
Ep. 182: Matt Grossberg: The Real Insurtech
Matt Grossberg is Chief Executive Officer at Integrated Specialty Coverages (ISC). ISC is an insurance company that makes use of data & analytics to revolutionize the way complex programs are operated and underwritten.
Matt joins us to describe his passion for the insurance industry and what inspired him to launch his company. He explains the need for insurance to adjust to an evolving market. He shares the challenges of being an entrepreneur.