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Kelley appointed to St John’s board

Ironshore chief executive officer Kevin Kelley has been appointed to serve on the Board of Overseers for St John’s University School of Risk Management.

Mr Kelley joins a prestigious roster of leading insurance industry executives dedicated to advancing the educational platform of this 100-year old institution based in New York City.

The School of Risk Management (SRM) is part of The Peter J Tobin College of Business at St. John’s University and one of the nation’s leading academic schools in the field of risk management, insurance and actuarial science.

“Kevin brings enormous skill, experience and strength to a board that already has an abundance of these attributes. He joins other executives from the industry who are committed to helping students prepare well for careers in the management of risk, at a time when the need for talent is growing considerably,” said Brandon Sweitzer, Dean of the School of Risk Management. “Kevin is a consummate professional. He has also a demonstrated record of dedication to education and institutions, such as SRM, to provide such education to today’s and tomorrow’s students.”

Mr Kelley said: “St John’s University School of Risk Management has had a profound influence on industry professionalism and educational excellence for students and executives that have benefited from the institution’s forward-thinking approach to advance the academic agenda of the industry’s core disciplines. Serving alongside notable industry leaders and colleagues on the School’s Board of Overseers is both a privilege and an honour.”

Ironshore CEO Kevin Kelley

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Published September 29, 2011 at 10:13 am (Updated September 29, 2011 at 10:12 am)

Kelley appointed to St John’s board

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