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Recorded Webinar - Insurance Basics for Nonprofits

Recorded Webinar - Insurance Basics for Nonprofits

Recorded June 21, 2017

The world of commercial insurance is complex and always changing. It's no wonder that nonprofit managers, executives and board members often struggle trying to understand how coverage works and the process for obtaining comprehensive and affordable coverage.

Directors' and officers' liability, commercial general liability, professional liability, non-owned auto, business interruption, and crime coverage are just a few examples of insurance policies commonly purchased by nonprofits. Depending on your mission, location, and services, your nonprofit's insurance program takes different forms - there is no one-size-fits-all answer! So pull up your socks and get ready for an in-your-face immersion into the wide world of insurance policies. We talk about insuring agreements, policy conditions, exclusions, coverage triggers, endorsements, certificates of insurance, additional insureds and more.

This program was presented by Melanie Herman, Executive Director of the Nonprofit Risk Management Center, Leesburg, VA. Melanie is the author of more than a dozen comprehensive guides on various risk management topics, she has delivered countless workshops, seminars, and keynote presentations for organizations simply unwilling to leave success to chance. In August 2016, Melanie was named to The NonProfit Times Power & Influence Top 50, where she is described as "...the last word when it comes to sector risk assessment," and a leader whose "insights have changed the way many of the sector's top leaders think about the looming world around them..." 

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