On behalf of the PRMIA network of 50,000 risk professionals, its current Board of Directors, and a dedicated corps of over 800 volunteers, we are pleased to announce the results of the 2016 Board Officer election. These officers comprise the PRMIA Global Board of Directors Executive Committee and lead strategy activities to enhance service of the organization's mission.
Chief Risk Officer
Federal Home Loan Bank of Atlanta
As a new member of the Executive Committee, Ken Yoo, in his role as Vice Chair, will focus his efforts on strategic tactics to expand the PRMIA brand of unique events that advance risk practice competencies across industries. In accordance with the newly adopted continuity plan, the Vice Chair/Secretary will serve two years, then move into the Chair role. The Chair will serve two years and then become immediate-past Chair and continue to serve on the Executive Committee for two years to lead various strategic initiatives. Oscar McCarthy, Associate Partner, Avantage Reply, and Robert Reitano, Professor of the Practice in Finance, Brandeis International Business School, will remain on the Executive Committee for continuity of governance development for the PRMIA Institute.
The PRMIA governance process provides the global risk community the opportunity to elect leadership to serve its mission to establish sound risk management practices. The Board is elected by membership, and Board Officers are elected by Regional Directors of PRMIA chapters around the world.
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The Professional Risk Managers’ International Association (PRMIA) provides an open forum for the development and promotion of the risk profession. With chapters around the world, PRMIA is a non-profit, member-led association dedicated to defining and implementing the best practices of risk management in a broad range of industries through education, including the PRM™ designation and certificate programs; webinar, online, classroom and in-house training; events; networking; and online resources. More information can be found at www.PRMIA.org.