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2023: Committee Volunteer Registration

  • April 01, 2023
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Committee Volunteer Registration

Committee volunteering is a free commitment for PAMIC members to get involved in the planning of PAMIC events. To host valuable educational seminars throughout the year, PAMIC relies on a dedicated core of volunteer members. Committee members are involved in the planning and execution of events based on their chosen committee. Thank you to those that serve our organization!

We are accepting committee registrants throughout the year. Want to be on a committee? Connect with us below.

MyCommittee Training 

PAMIC has moved to an online portal called MyCommittee. Here, committee members can collaborate, plan, and create an agenda for PAMIC events. Before your account is set up, we ask that you take the MyCommittee training to get used to this system. This is a new and integrative process for committee meetings that we hope will benefit all involved. 

Why Should I Become a Committee Volunteer?

  • No prior experience is needed to serve on the PAMIC committees, all age/management levels 

  • Volunteers make our events a success

  • Volunteers lead shared committees (showcase your thought leadership on your chosen committee)

  • No prior volunteer experience is needed to join these committees

Committee Details

Members can volunteer to serve on the following committees: 

Claims Committee:

Provide quality educational seminars; provide forums on claims questions. Research and disseminate relevant claims related information to the PAMIC membership.

Convention Committee:

Assist PAMIC’s Director of Education in planning the Annual Convention including speaker/education selection, conference structure, and participation by other state trade associations.

Eastern & Western Small Company Committee:

Educate members on emerging issues that may affect their daily operations. Provides a forum to PAMIC member companies from Eastern & Western Pennsylvania to discuss the mutual atmosphere and possible industry changes.

Education Committee:

Maintain and enhance the quality and profitability of PAMIC educational activities. Promote visibility of, and attendance at, all PAMIC educational activities. Coordinate all PAMIC educational activities to assure full coverage of all relevant topics and to reduce any unneeded duplication of topics.

Financial Management Committee:

Plan and produce a quality educational seminar and, in coordination with the Education Committee, provide roundtables and other forums as needed on financial management, accounting, financial reporting, tax and investment functions of company operations. Serve as a resource for financial management questions and alert association to emerging issues in financial management.

Government Affairs/ Legal Issues Committee:

Closely monitor insurance legislative and regulator and judicial developments and assess their impact on PAMIC membership. Respond appropriately to the issues. Assist in the development and maintenance of government affairs communications program with membership and foster and promote direct member communication. The Legal Issues Committee is responsible for assisting PAMIC leadership and the Government Affairs Committee by providing analysis of emerging legal issues, new regulations, and statutes affecting the Mutual Insurance Industry. Additionally, this committee will assist in reviewing Amicus requests/briefs and provides input for legal education to benefit the membership.

Information Technology Committee:

To provide educational support and to foster exchange of information, ideas, and emerging issues relating to information systems technology and methodology as applicable to the insurance industry.

Student Involvement/Human Resources Committee:

To facilitate relationships and serve as a liaison between local universities and higher learning institutions to attract students to careers in the insurance industry. Focused on talent recruitment within the insurance industry.

Underwriting & Loss Prevention Committee:

Provide quality educational seminars; roundtables, and forums designed to enhance professional skills in underwriting, loss control and related fields. Research and disseminate emerging underwriting/loss control techniques, issues and problems.


For more information on becoming a committee member, please contact Rebecca Ferris at rferris@pamic.org. We appreciate the efforts of our volunteers and look forward to another great year of valuable seminars.

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