LA RIMS is a godsend to the CSUN RMI program. It’s beyond words for the generous giving from this professional society for years.
Again, Jeff Stolle, President of LA RIMS, presented to the CSUN team with a $10,000 check at its Holiday Party last night (Dec. 6, 2019), so we at CSUN can better educate worthy students interested in RMI career paths.
Thanks to all of LA RIMS board members for your belief and investment in CSUN with joy and gratitude!
See more pictures of CSUN's partnership with LA RIMS at the following links: [ RIMS Conference ][ Education Day ] [ Holiday Party + Giving ]
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Lyla Askejian, a Matador and Attorney at Tobin and Lucks law firm, is on the picture (third from the left) with students.
Many thanks are due to many attendees, including Enoch Martinez of Aon, Miguel Ruiz of Travelers, Lyla Askejian of Tobin & Lucks, and Jackie Perchik of Marsh, who talked and shared their career experiences with those students: Angeline Macapagal, Jada Rozelle, James Forshaw, and Naor Izik.
Jeff Stolle, President of LA RIMS, further surprised Dr. Chang with a "Special Recognition Award" below for the years of his partnership with LA RIMS.
2019 Special Recognition Award
Manny Chavez, President of the LA RIMS Chapter (first from left), surprised CSUN students and Dr. Mu-Sheng Chang with a $10,000 donation in its holiday party at Woodland Hills Country Club, CA (Dec. 13, 2018).
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Matadors joined Manny Chavez, President of the LA RIMS Chapter (first from right) and Dr. Mu-Sheng Chang in its holiday party at Woodland Hills Country Club, CA (Dec. 7, 2017).
The president of the Los Angeles Risk and Management Society (LA RIMS), Mr. Manny Chavez (first from right) gave a $5,000 check to Dr. Mu-Sheng Chang in support of the CSUN risk and insurance program at its Holiday Party.
Below is the feedback from participating students.
"Once again, another RIMS event has not failed to pique my interest even further. Although this dinner was not as formal as the education day, it was still another informative event in a more relaxing environment. I was able to speak to many different professionals in the risk and insurance industry, and many of them were pleased to see that there are students and young professionals interested and wanting to succeed in this industry. I encourage other students that are interested to take this opportunity next time to attend these events and network." Paul Ko
"The LA RIMS Holiday Party was amazing, I had a fun time networking with executives from all over. Music was good, food was tasty, and everyone was very friendly. Meeting so many different executives from different companies really shows you the diversification of the business. This was a night to remember for the good times and learning new things from so many people. Definitely educational, and worth every minute of my time. THANK YOU LA RIMS!" Steve Barzegar
CSUN students join LA RIMS Holiday Party and Installation of Officers at Woodland Hills Country Club, CA (Dec. 8, 2016). They meet with several risk and insurance professionals who kindly share with them valuable career advice.
From left to right on the photo are Taylor Turney (VP at JLT Specialty USA), Vincent Monastersky (Director of Risk Management at Fox Entertainment Group), Linh Dao (Risk Management Analyst at the Walt Disney Company), Adam Boujida (Director of Enterprise Risk & Underwriting at Knight Insurance Group), Bill Ortgiesen (Executive Client Director at AIG), Shane Chang (Associate Professor at CSUN), Amel Tata (CSUN student), Hillary Stargardter (CSUN student), and Elaine George (Executive International Underwriter at Chubb).
Mr. Vincent J. Monastersky, President of the Los Angeles Risk and Management Society (LA RIMS), gave a $5,000 check to Dr. Mu-Sheng Chang to strengthen its partnership with CSUN at its annual Education Day on Nov. 9, 2016.
Mr. Vincent J. Monastersky, President of the Los Angeles Risk and Management Society (LA RIMS), gave a $3,000 check to Dr. Mu-Sheng Chang in support of the insurance program at CSUN on Dec. 3, 2015.