HUNT VALLEY, MD (November 30, 2011) – Susan Harker expands All Risks, Ltd.'s National Specialty Programs unit into the Greater Chicago Area as an Underwriter for the Nationwide Architects & Engineers Professional Program on November 28, 2011. With close to a quarter century in the insurance industry, Sue brings over 23 years of Architect & Engineer Professional Underwriting experience to All Risks. She previously was a Vice President of Underwriting, A&E, Accountants and Insurance Agents Professional Liability at Insight Insurance Services, Inc.
Sue has spoken at both insurance industry functions and continuing education seminars for the American Institute of Architects (AIA). She has partnered with retail agents to provide webinars that fulfill Continuing Education Learning Units for architect insureds. She is a regular participant in the annual AIA/NSPE/ACEC Risk Management Roundtable discussions, sharing current industry trends and concerns.
"We are excited Sue has joined All Risks. She is an expert in her field and will easily become an integral member of our well established A&E program. Sue’s experience within this niche will enable us to offer additional expertise to our agency partners as we continue to expand our capabilities focused on this unique industry,” said Chris Kelleher, All Risks, Ltd. VP of National Specialty Programs.
Sue’s connection to the Greater Chicago Area has sparked the opening of a new All Risks’ location in the western suburbs of Chicago, Illinois. All Risks now has 16 offices in 12 states across the country.
Contact Susan Harker at 630-777-9658 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All Risks, Ltd. based in Hunt Valley, Maryland, is the nation’s largest independent wholesale brokerage firm offering comprehensive insurance solutions with a full service platform of brokerage, contract binding, national programs and personal lines products for retail agents and brokers nationwide. The 47 year-old firm employs over 450 staff members in offices located in Maryland, Arizona, California, DC, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington. To learn more, visit www.allrisks.com.