NCCIA Early Bird Registration Has Opened
Early Bird registration has opened for the 2018 NCCIA Annual Conference August 20-22 in Charlotte. Early Bird registration is available until June 1, 2018, after which regular rates begin. There is a lot new for this year’s conference including the location which is in Uptown Charlotte’s LeMeridien Hotel.
The golf tournament will be played at Raintree Country Club. The club”s outstanding layout gets rave reviews. The tournament will be in a scramble format this year and players will have a chance to win a new car, with a hole in one on one of the courses par 3 holes. In the social area the pig pickin’ has been replaced with a 70’s disco in the hotel’s genuine 70’s discotheque.
Monday evening’s Plenary Session will feature Col. Quincy Collins (USAF Retired), a former Vietnam era POW who spent two years as a cellmate of US Senator John McCain. Collin’s story of life in the “Hanoi Hilton.” with McCain during those years and his experiences beyond will redefine for us the term “American Hero”. During the ensuing years, after his return to the United States, Col. Collins efforts to take his story to the American people and his continuing service to his country will set the stage for the remainder of the Annual Conference.
There are 10 breakout sessions, 3 Plenary’s, lots of time for social interaction and an enlarged exhibit area. CE is available for lawyers and CPS’s. Be one of the 1st to register. See you in Charlotte!
The North Carolina General Assembly Will Return May 16th
Fallout from the Avrahami Tax Case Continues
PEOPLE & COMPANIES
Wendy Knight, Formerly with Novant Health Resigns NCCIA Board Seat
Wendy Knight, formerly with Novant Health has resigned her position with Novant to become CEO of an out of state medical malpractice insurer. She also resigned her position as member of the NC Captive Insurance Association. Thomas Adams NCCIA President said “Wendy was a good participator on the Board. Her expertise in risk management served us well. We wish her the best in her new position.”
The NCCIA Board of Directors Will Meet May 4th in Pinehurst
The NCCIA Board of Directors will meet May 4th in Pinehurst. The directors will face a number of issues including a constitutional amendment relating to Board of Directors terms of service in additional to the usual governance items. Actions of the Board will be reported in the May issue of the NCCIA NEWSLETTER