Women ‘Go Red’ And Raise Funds

SterlingRisk Chief Operating Officer Marci Waterman (far right) is joined by (from left) Donna Raab, Chief Talent Officer; Gina Murphy, Personal Lines Manager; Angela DeChiara, Director of Commercial Lines; Maryalice Nazaretian, President of Employee Benefits; Evelyne Caloras, Executive Assistant; Erin Sussman, Senior Attorney; and Joanne Krush, Chief Financial Officer. Not pictured is SterlingRisk Chief Financial Officer Jillian Menna.

As honorees at the recent 17th Annual Long Island Go Red for Women Luncheon, the women of SterlingRisk raised more than $63,000 for the American Heart Association and its efforts to prevent heart disease and stroke. The announcement was made by SterlingRisk Chief Operating Officer Marci Waterman, who was among the nine Honorees.

“I couldn’t be more proud of my fellow Honorees and colleagues at SterlingRisk who worked so hard to make sure we met and surpassed our fundraising goal,” said Waterman. “We took the responsibility very seriously, turning to friends, family, business associates, carrier partners, and others to help us raise these crucial funds. Along the way we focused a majority of our community service work on the Go Red initiative, hosting everything from walkathons and penny wars to raffles and potluck days. Each SterlingRisk Honoree also created her own fundraising page, raising thousands of additional dollars. Equally important, the experience enabled us to educate people on heart disease and stroke. I am confident our efforts will make a real difference and inspire everyone to make healthier choices in their lives.”

Headquartered in Woodbury, SterlingRisk Insurance has a long history of supporting health-related education and causes. Additionally, SterlingRisk undertakes significant efforts to engage its own employees in being more mindful of their health and wellness.
The SterlingRisk women named as Go Red Honorees represent a cross-section of professionals within the organization’s ranks. In addition to Waterman, they include Donna Raab, Chief Talent Officer; Joanne Krush, Chief Financial Officer; Jillian Menna, General Counsel; Maryalice Nazaretian, President of Employee Benefits; Erin Sussman, Senior Attorney; Gina Murphy, Personal Lines Manager; Angela DeChiara, Director of Commercial Lines; and Evelyne Caloras, Executive Assistant.

Founded in 1932, SterlingRisk employs more than 220 highly skilled insurance professionals, with offices in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, California and Indiana. Ranked in the nation’s top 40 privately owned insurance brokerages, SterlingRisk services regional, national and international clients. The company has significant experience and depth of knowledge in multiple areas, including property and casualty, aviation, environmental, construction, employee benefits consulting, personal lines, risk management, loss control and claims advocacy.

For more information, visit www.sterlingrisk.com or call 516-487-0300.

Anton Media Staff
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