A message from your NJ RIMS Board


Here at NJ RIMS, we understand just how challenging and stressful these uncertain times are.  Afterall, we are each doing our best to manage the risks faced by our respective organizations and clients, while burdened with concerns for personal and community health and welfare.  NJ RIMS has always been about building community and during such a time of crisis,  we appreciate just how important our networks and community are. I personally,  have been so appreciative of the information sharing and support I have experienced from our risk colleagues across the board.  I suspect your experience has been comparable.  


Your NJ RIMS board wants you to know just how disappointed we are that we will not be meeting in the very near future at a local NJ RIMS meeting or in Denver.   However, even though we are not holding our regular meetings,  the NJ RIMS board continues to actively plan for the future.  We are working hard to manage dates, topics and networking opportunities for the future.   We feel that getting back to these activities will be all the more important once this crisis abates.  We will likely  be rethinking how we manage insurance,  risk and resiliency in the context of this global economy.  There will certainly be a lot to discuss and we look forward to tackling these emerging issues together, with the support of the entire NJ RIMS community.


For now,  kindly stay tuned for updates from the NJ RIMS chapter.  We will be communicating  email updates regarding meetings, webinars and future events to our membership. Please also refer to our website or linkedin page https://www.linkedin.com/groups/2603388/ for current information.  


Let’s stay networked and get through this crisis together.  


Most importantly, please stay well.  We look forward to seeing you soon. 



Laurie Erickson

Current NJ RIMS President




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