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Analyzing Your Nonprofit Insurance Program in a New Leadership Role

Written by Conlan Dufresne on

Guide Tablet Mockup (1)Whether you’ve recently joined a nonprofit from another industry, or you’ve taken a leadership role in a nonprofit after working in other roles with the organization, you may find yourself responsible for the company’s insurance and risk management function for the first time.

It’s a role that can seem overwhelming initially. You’re likely to have questions about how to analyze your current insurance program and ensure you’re taking the right measures to protect your organization from risk.

This guide reviews:

  • Best steps to take when evaluating your organization’s current insurance and risk management program
  • The most common risk exposures for nonprofit businesses
  • The coverages that are most relevant for nonprofits and how to ensure your insurance broker is well equipped to guide you in protecting your nonprofit from risk

Authored by
 Michael Cronin


Michael Cronin is a Vice President in B. F. Saul Insurance’s Commercial Lines division with over 20 years of experience in the insurance industry. He is responsible for business development and overall client service delivery, with extensive experience working with clients in the real estate, non-profit, government contracting, and professional services industries.

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Conlan Dufresne is an Associate and Producer in the Commercial Lines division at B. F. Saul Insurance. His key responsibilities include prospecting new business, establishing connections, and fostering existing relationships. He has a diverse background in real estate, sales, and business management and operations, allowing him to provide a unique perspective to his clients.

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