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Risk Management Services Recognizes Graduates, Award Winners

The SC Municipal Insurance Trust and SC Municipal Insurance and Risk Financing Fund recognized seven new graduates of the Risk Management Institute as well as six Risk Management Services award winners during the RMS Annual Members Meeting in November. 

The Risk Management Institute recognized new graduates in November.
The Risk Management Institute recognized new graduates in November.

SCMIT provides self-funded workers’ compensation coverage to its member cities. SCMIRF provides all lines of property and casualty coverage, including tort liability and automobile coverage for its members. The Municipal Association sponsors both programs. 

The Risk Management Institute is a continuing education program for municipal staff who have risk management responsibilities and work for cities and towns that are SCMIT and SCMIRF members.

Here are the new graduates: 

Jana Boice, human resources director/risk manager, City of Newberry, 

Wynette DeGroot, senior human resources generalist, City of Goose Creek 

Jennifer Edwards, human resources director, Town of Winnsboro,

Casey McGlumphy, municipal clerk, City of Tega Cay,

Katherine Welch, risk management coordinator, Town of Fort Mill, 

Catrina Woodruff, assistant city administrator, City of Greer, 

Sandra Woods, human resources specialist, City of Fountain Inn

The annual RMS Awards recognize those SCMIT and SCMIRF members who keep employees safe and reduce their total costs. RMS determines the winners using each member’s record of loss experience over the previous three years. 

There are three winners each for SCMIT and SCMIRF, based on population divisions. The award winners receive a plaque and a $2,500 award. The 2023 winners for SCMIT are the Town of Blackville, the City of Georgetown and the City of Manning. The 2023 SCMIRF winners are the Town of Fort Mill, the Town of Ridgeland and the Town of Williamston

Learn more about Risk Management Services.