February 7 2008
Raymond F. Sibley, director of risk management for the city and county of Denver, Colo., will speak to several ISU classes Tuesday (Feb. 12) and have dinner with members of the Alpha Epsilon chapter of Gamma Iota Sigma, the risk management, insurance and actuarial science fraternity.
Sibley will meet Wednesday (Feb. 13) with ISU faculty and administrators, including Nancy Merritt, dean of the College of Business as well as risk management officials with the university and the city of Terre Haute. A public forum with Sibley is scheduled for 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the 11th floor conference room of the College of Business.
The Indiana chapter of the Risk and Insurance Management Society will co-sponsor a luncheon reception for Sibley on Thursday (Feb. 14) in Indianapolis.
Sibley began his risk management career with Merced County, Calif. in 1977. He became the first risk manager for Washoe County, Nev. in 1985 and was hired by the city and county of Denver in 2001 to coordinate a new risk management office within the cityâ€™s finance department.
He was the Public Sector Risk Management Associationâ€™s Public Risk Manager of the Year in 1996. The University of North Carolina identified Sibley in 1999 as one of the top five risk managers in the country. He holds a graduate degree in public administration from California State University-Stanislaus.
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Raymond F. Sibley, director of risk management for the city and county of Denver, Colo., will visit Indiana State University's College of Business Feb. 12 - 14 as the 2008 Spencer Educational Foundation Risk Manager in Residence.