Risk Management Concerns & Solutions at the Ticket Office:
A Talking Tour of the World Class UW Football Facility

Join your fellow RIMS members for a behind the scenes tour of the world class UW stadium. Learn firsthand about some of the risk management challenges and solutions associated with running the ticket office. After the tour concludes, socialize with colleagues and celebrate past RIMS presidents at a RIMS hosted happy hour at Agua Verde, the restaurant known for its incomparable views.

If you wish to walk to the tour location as a group, meet near the entrance of the W24 parking lot at 2:30 p.m. W24 parking lot entrance is across the street from Agua Verde. The tour will begin at the UW Husky mascot statue at approximately 2:50 p.m. Registered attendees will receive an email prior to the event with coordinator contact information and day of logistics.

Due to the nature of this event, advanced registration is required.

RIMS past Presidents are welcome to attend free of charge. Please email office.rimswa@gmail.com to coordinate your complimentary attendance.

2:30 p.m. parking lot meet up (W24 lot, entry across the street from Agua Verde)
2:50 p.m. tour begins (meet at UW Husky mascot statue)
4:15 p.m. RIMS hosted social (Agua Verde; 1307 NE Boat St, Seattle, WA 98105)

Standard Registration $40
Rising Risk Professionals $20
RIMS past Presidents $0

Register here!

Rising Risk Professionals Networking Lunch and Speaker Panel on Career Development

Join us for the opportunity to hear from our speaker panel providing advice on career development and industry expertise from both the private and public sector perspective. You will also have time to network and connect with your peers (35 years of age or younger and/or less than 7 years of experience in risk management and insurance).


Allison Frey, CPCU, ARM
Insurance & Contracts Manager, King County
RIMS WA Chapter Secretary

Megan Henshaw, CRM, CIC
Insurance Manger, Saltchuk
RIMS WA Chapter Membership Director

No fee for attending. Lunch provided by our sponsor Work Right NW.

Register here!

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Welcome our new and refreshed chapter officers!

The Washington State Chapter of RIMS Chapter is on a fiscal year starting July 1st through June 30th

Our officers for the Washington Chapter of RIMS for the 2018-2019 year: 

2018-2019 OFFICERS

Vianney Muse

Sara Kern

Sean Catanese
Vice President & Director of Communications

Tracy Elliott

Allison Frey

Julie A. Yount
Director of Programs

Megan Henshaw 
Director of Membership

Elizabeth Moorhouse
Director of Sponsorship

Anthony Spacciante
Past President & Director of Strategy

Mary Michalak

Co-Director of Rising Risk Professionals

Laricel Cambronero
Co-Director of Rising Risk Professionals

Peter Marchel
Education Chair

Rebecca Wallinder
Education Chair

Van Vong
Sponsorship Chair

Tori Ainsworth
Programs Chair 

Jocelyn Whitely
Programs Chair

Sharon Clark
Programs Chair


We still have open leadership positions and always need volunteers! Please contact Vianney or any of the officers if you are interested in learning more. 

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