HOTEL FLOOR PLAN
HILTON DAYTONA BEACH
VIRTUAL READING ROOM
Welcome, again, to the 2013 AGRiP Spring Conference: Who’s [and What’s] Next for Pools.
Please join me in celebrating and thanking our faculty for this event. As you know, public entity risk pooling is a relatively young profession, which has tapped into the best in local government management, inter-local collaboration, operational and enterprise risk management, insurance operations and risk ﬁnancing, and non-proﬁt governance. The outcome is so much more than the sum of its parts, and the ﬁnal result is better local government through better risk management. But, there is no established curriculum for the best in pool operations and management; indeed, AGRiP member pools and partners are creating the curriculum every day, in their communities, where it matters most. One of AGRiP’s primary responsibilities is to bring the best of these insights and actions to the pooling community, as a whole. We could not do this without the
generous volunteer support of many of the individuals
proﬁled on this site. Please join me in thanking them all for their contributions.
AGRiP also strives to bring talent and ideas from beyond the pooling community to challenge, enlighten and entertain. This is made possible through the generous support of our
Quality Education Initiative – QEI – Patrons
. For this event, QEI funds have been used to support our access to
Dr. Austin Frakt
. Please join me in thanking our QEI patrons for their commitment to pooling.
Hope you enjoy the show!
Executive Director of Association of Governmental Risk Pools (AGRiP)
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